Charles Worthington Heat Protection Spray Reviews
Product Type: Charles Worthington hair care products
Description:Brand: Charles Worthington / Type: / Type: Hair Spray / What it does: Protects, / This antioxidant spray protects hair from heat damage due to daily styling and locks in shine for a healthy sheer look /
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Customer Charles Worthington Heat Protection Spray Reviews (7)
by - written on 02/10/08 (Very useful, 637 readings)
I have been straightening my hair on a daily basis for far too long now, and it's only really quite recently that I started to notice the damage the heat was causing. GHD's are amazing, but temperatures that high are bound to affect your hair sooner or later! Up until a couple of months ago, I only bought heat protection sprays when they were on some kind of special deal, and even then rarely got round to using them - the reason behind this I cannot explain! My hairdresser however recently commented on how dry my hair was and I realised that to prevent damaging it any further (and hopefully repair some of the existing damage) action had to be taken! The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/08, updated on 08/07/08 (Very useful, 659 readings)
Normally when I buy haircare products I will try and stay within a budget of no more than 3 or 4 pounds, as I simply cannot justify spending more than that. A couple of weeks ago I had run out of heat protection spray which I use before styling with hair straighteners or curling tongues. Unfortunately when I went to look through the catalogue of this particular brand of spray, it seemed that they had discontinued it and it was now time to look for another. I don't enjoy randomly going into shops and trying to find something unless absolutely necessary, so thank goodness for Dooyoo! I found a few reviews on protection sprays and found a positive comment on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/09 (Very useful, 234 readings)
My hair has been feeling a bit dry for some time now, this is partly because I am growing it out of a short style and am therefore having it cut less often and partly because I have highlights which tend to dry the hair out further. I also have that annoying kind of hair which tends to kink out rather than being either poker straight or properly wavy so I often straighten it if I am going out...again this adds further strain to my poor hair. I have never before used a heat protection spray but I found the miniature 'take away' version on the reduced shelf in my local boots because the cap was missing for a pound. I therefore decided to invest and am now a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/09 (Very useful, 125 readings)
This was one of the products I received in a pampering goody bag that my friends made up for me after the birth of my son. I was given the 50ml bottle from the Takeaways range (miniature travel sized products) which costs £1.61 in Boots. The full size will cost around the £5 mark although I have never bought it as this lasted me ages and I tried lots of other heat protection products in the meantime - I am a product whore and rarely stick to one brand for any length of time! While I am generally not a fan of the Takeaways range as they cost almost £2 and tend to last about 2 minutes (the shampoos especially), this is definately one worth buying. It lasted ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/09 (Very useful, 245 readings)
I straighten my hair almost daily, and have done for many years, with a year or two straightening 2 or 3 times per day, every day of the week - yeah, that wasn't a great phase. I always just shrugged it off when people mentioned heat protection sprays, and if I'm honest, I only ever used them when my hairdresser used them on me once every 6 weeks, but after years of subjecting my hair to extremely high temperatures with blow drying then using my GHD's, I started to noticed some, okay, alot of heat damage. This wasn't great for my appearance and made my hair very weak and rough to the touch, it was finally time to do something about it After trailing ... Read the complete review
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