It’s so easy to get carried away when buying haircare products, after all we do wear our hair everyday but do we have to pay salon prices? I put Nicky Clarke’s range for Tesco to the test.
As well as his own high end salon range Nicky Clarke has joined the likes of Andrew Barton and Charles Worthington in launching a cheaper, more affordable range, but how good is it?
The range, which is exclusive to Tesco, offers 11 different products to suit five different hair types and problems.
As well as a range for blondes and brunettes, there’s also a frizz range, a repair range and a TextureBuild volume range.
I tried out the Lightboost Blonde shampoo and conditioner, which is suitable for both natural and chemically-lightened blondes, and then used the Texturebuild Volume Lift Spray.
Both the shampoo and conditioner contain extracts of nourishing camomile and sweet neroli, so smell gorgeous while combining to deliver a deep cleanse and leaving hair blonder, brighter and crisper.
Since colouring my hair a conditioner is a necessity but there’s nothing worse than hair so soft that you can’t do anything with it.
This conditioner did just enough to detangle and soften without leaving that baby hair feeling.
The Texturebuild Volume Lift Spray not only helps give lifeless flyaway hair a bit of va va voom it is also formulated with Kerastrength™, a unique protein complex that fortifies and protects your hair.
The best bit though has to be the smell! Fused with ylang ylang & wild sage it transports you to the salon and reminded me of an aromatherapy massage.
The final result was extra body and glossy hair and proof that you can get fabulous hair products on a budget.
The whole Nicky Clarke range is available exclusively from Tesco, with prices starting from just £3.99 (reduced from the regular price of £5.99)
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