White Hot Hair


I recently had an opportunity to try White Hot Hair, a UK brand of hair care products that are designed specifically for those of us who have decided to embrace our grey hair. Ever since I ditched the dye a few years ago, I have been on a hair product roller coaster; I'm constantly trying to find products that achieve the perfect balance for my salt and pepper locks. The pepper tends to mind its manners, while the salt likes to move to the beat of a totally different drummer, going off in all sorts of tangental directions, creating a layer of silver chaos everywhere it goes.

The amount of advice you get on this subject is seemingly endless. Everything from sulphate free to coconut oil and everything in-between. If it is out there, I've tried it.

However, one I hadn't tried was White Hot Hair. Well, that's not entirely true, I had one of their deep conditioners once (and it was lovely), but I had never tried the day to day stuff. For me, the day to day stuff is probably when it counts the most. I don't take a lot of time on my hair in my daily routine, so I need a product to do the heavy lifting for me. And this one did.

I got a really good result from this product. In these photos (taken about three days apart), I styled my hair using the exact same techniques: wash, condition, apply product while damp, blow dry.  In the orange sweater, I had used a "natural" shampoo with no sulphates, dyes, etc. Supposedly it was extra-moisturising, but my hair felt like straw after using it. In the turquoise, I used White Hot Hair; my hair was so much softer and  smoother.

Impression? Yes please. I'll be having some of that.



Comments

  1. Wow! That's quite a spectacular difference.

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  2. It's so funny I recently used a sulphate free shampoo as well and my hair felt terrible too....I do think you need something with a bit of conditioning in. Your hair looks fab using the white hot products! Xx

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  3. I too am a fan of white hot hair products. I think they do a really good job.

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  4. Definitely, your hair looks much smoother, beautiful. And the instructions had not even been in Korean...

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  5. I have seen this product before and heard lots of great things about it. Seeing the pics above I can see how amazing the product might be for me. Unfortunately I do not think it's available in the US yet. Super bummer. Hopefully that will change soon.

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  6. Try this site for US: feelunique.com. I don't know anything about them, but they do list the products as available in the US

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  7. Beautiful, Kristin! Has anyone ever used this website? http://www.feelunique.com/p/White-Hot-Glorious-Shampoo-200ml

    For those of us in the US, it looks like a great option, but I'm always wary of unknown websites, there is a possibility of counterfeits and scams...

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  8. Stephanie MaignanMarch 5, 2015 at 3:08 AM

    Hi, this is a bit awkward, but just wanted to let you know that as I was browsing the web yesterday, i came across your photo... As they say, everyone has a twin somewhere, and, well, I think we resemble each other, a lot! I am American as well, but currently living and working in Kuala Lumpur. If you give me your email I'll send you a photo so you can judge for yourself whether you have found your doppelganger!

    here is my email:
    stephanie@29-design.com

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    1. Hi Stephanie...well you've definitely got my attention now! We could embark upon a life of crime together if what you say is true! The blog's email is highland.fashionista@yahoo.com.

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