Lee Stafford Sea Salt Range 'Review'

My hair is naturally curly but up until September last year, I straightened it for a good 6 years to the point that I had all but straightened my curls out.
But around the start of September I left my hair to dry naturally after I had had a shower and I found that I actually really liked my natural hair, so up until March this year I was leaving my hair to do its thing, other than the odd occasion when I straightened it.
When I mentioned to my mum about getting a perm, she said she would speak to someone she knew who was a hairdresser about whether this was a good idea. This person then mentioned the Lee Stafford Sea Salt Spray that was supposed to be great for curly hair, which I took an interest in.
Then on my birthday in March, I found that had been given the Sea Salt Crystal Shampoo, Sea Salt Foaming Conditioner and the Sea Salt Spray.




OK. Waffle over; now for my review (I wouldn't really say this is a review, more me giving my opinion, but I didn't really think the title, 'My opinion on the Lee Stafford Sea Salt Range', would work very well).

So I have been using these items, specifically the spray, for a good month (I have been using the shampoo and conditioner every 3-4 days) and I can honestly say that I have seen a huge difference in how easily my curls form when my hair dries and how better they have formed compared to the frizzy, curly mess that I used to end up with.
I also have relatively thin hair and have found that these products have also added a little volume to my hair, making it look a little thicker than it actually is, which you could say is the cherry on the top as I only expected this range to just emphasize the curls in my hair.
I would personally recommend this range to people with wavy/curly hair as the products really help to make these hair types bolder and emphasizes them.

Links to the:
Shampoo, £9.99- http://www.boots.com/lee-stafford-sea-salt-shampoo-200ml-10225826
Conditioner, £7.99- http://www.boots.com/lee-stafford-sea-salt-foam-conditioner-150ml-10225827
Spray, £7.99- http://www.boots.com/lee-stafford-beach-babe-sea-salt-spray-150ml-10083083

There is also a styling mist, costing £9.99, available in the Sea Salt range that i have never tried. The link for this is, http://www.boots.com/lee-stafford-sea-salt-seaweed-and-algae-styling-mist-150ml-10225828


There is also a 'Poker Straight' range available from Lee Stafford that I would recommend to people with straight hair, based on the effectiveness of the range for curlier hair types.
The links for the:
Shampoo, £5.99- http://www.boots.com/lee-stafford-poker-straight-p250-shampoo-250ml-10072276
Conditioner, £5.99- http://www.boots.com/lee-stafford-poker-straight-p250-conditioner-250ml-10072274
Dehumidifier Spray, £2.19- http://www.boots.com/lee-stafford-poker-straight-dehumidifier-spray-50ml-10072281
Shine Serum, £7.99- http://www.boots.com/lee-stafford-poker-straight-shine-serum-50ml

Comments

  1. These look like really awesome products! No use for my hair though aha! Curly hair is so beautiful, and I'm really jealous of yours xx

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    1. Aw, thanks Marti. They are really good products.
      I always thought you hair was wavy but you could always give the Poker Straight range a go xxx

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