Wednesday, 12 February 2014

L'Oreal Elvive Fibrology

Last week I discovered I had £14.00 to spend on my Boots Advantage Card, good times! So I decided to try the new L'Oreal Elvive Fibrology range, it was in an offer 3 for £10. You can see the full range here.
All the L'Oreal Elvive Fibrology products I am using now
I decided to buy the shampoo, the conditioner and the serum first but I went in a day later to buy the thickening masque. I have really fine hair, I'm naturally blonde and have been told that blonde hair does tend to be finer, I have tried hundreds of products to try an increase the volume of my hair, from serums and shampoos to sea kelp to actual hair loss treatments. None of these worked. I have only been using these products for about a week now, so I hope to do a more in depth review when I have finished these products, therefore I will know if they actually do work and how long it takes. 

I shampoo my hair mostly everyday, unless I'm staying in all day with nothing to do, I know some people say it's bad to wash your hair everyday but because my hair is so fine it looks greasy and dirty quicker so I can't help it. My hair is also in really good condition, it is soft and smooth and shiny, it just lacks volume. Because my hair is so fine I can't condition it everyday so I use the conditioner or the thickening masque once or twice a week, seriously my hair is so soft if I condition it more than once a week it just goes static and sticks to my head. I use the serum right after I step out of the shower, I just use two pumps and work it into my hair.

From using these for a week now, I can say I do notice a slight difference in the texture and the volume of my hair. It's nothing life changing (yet) but overall I am really liking what this product is doing to my hair, it is slightly more bouncy and I can feel in the strands of my hair that they feel thicker and a slightly coarser texture than before, but nothing horrible. I will use the Fibrology range for the next few months and get back to you on how good I think it is, fingers crossed.

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