I’ve got Zoella (@zoella) to thank for my latest go-to hair product. I’ve recently started following her (not in a creepy stalker way) and I am LOVING the S Factor products she recommended.
It’s no secret that I like my hair products to smell like they’d be delicious to eat, however weird that might be. The S Factor stuff smells like… strawberry icing. Tasty.
As an amazing bonus it seems to do wonders for my hair too.
I’ve been using the S Factor Smoothing Lusterizer Defrizzer & Tamer on wet hair, before attacking it with the hairdryer, and there’s a noticeable difference in the sleekness and shininess of my tresses. I doubt very much that this is down to some clever healthy replenishing ingredient that’s fixing my hair, but rather due to the high glitter content. This is evident in the amount of guilty glitters on the palms of my hands after application.
But, to be perfectly honest, I couldn’t care less.
I have plenty of products, serums and goos that strip all the layers of crap off and claim to improve the deep down condition of my hair. I feel like it’s okay to sometimes not care about the underlying condition and to just want shiny hair, whether that’s kind of a faked illusion or not. Does that make me a terrible person? Doubtful.
The massive bottle of Lusterizer you get for the very reasonable price of £14 (courtesy of FeelUnique) means that I’m keen to get my paws on the shampoo and conditioner too. They don’t seem to be readily available in shops, which is only actually a problem if you don’t have the Internet. I’m going to take a wild guess and assume that you, the reader of my internet-based ramblings, do in fact have access to the World Wide Web. I suggest you use these privileges wisely. Perhaps by watching cute cat videos on YouTube, seeing what the people you sort of know on Instagram had for dinner and ordering a bottle of S Factor Lusteriszer to be delivered right to your front door. Modern technology hey? Genius.