My First Impressions on Noughty Hair Products

Hi Dreamers,

Today’s blogpost is going to be my first impressions and experience with using Noughty Hello Wave Shampoo and Conditioner.

To all my followers that recently saw my post on going sulphate and silicone free then you knew this blogpost was in the works and was going to be posted Today, welcome back guys! ☺️ But if you’ve not yet read that blogpost you should be able to find it under this blogpost so you’re all caught up.

So last week I was shopping online on the Superdrug website finally got around to purchasing this Shampoo and Conditioner, after watching some Impressions and Reviews on YouTube. As most of the time I don’t buy something unless I’ve read or watched reviews of the website or products I’m looking to use or purchase.

The reviews I saw were pretty good and I thought I haven’t got much to loose seeing as my hair was gradually becoming more unattainable with every wash like I mentioned in my last blog post.

NOTE: I was going to purchase this in store but they didn’t have the 2 for £9 offer on the Shampoo and Conditioner in store but did on their website, and I really didn’t want to buy them as they were at £6.99 each. It’s not too bad if you can afford that but being a student in third year I’m trying to constantly save as much money as possible, as I’m unable to work at the moment because of personal reasons.

When transitioning into sulphate and silicone free hair products, you’ll want to shampoo your hair with your original shampoo that you’ve been using with sulphate in. To break down and help get rid of any existing silicone in the hair.

When using the Noughty shampoo I lathered it up and it be came a bit cold but the feel was very soft and soothing, not to mention it smelt soo nice.

The conditioner was pretty think which was easy to work into really damp hair, more so at the ends of my hair. CAUSE GURRRL THOSE ENDS NEEDED CONDITIONING! 😂

After a few washes I could already feel a slight change to my hair, girls with long hair may relate as this is the time you squeeze out all the dripping, excess of water and then wrapped that up with a towel for a few minutes.

I normally do this or leave it in a bun and leave the rest of my hair to air dry as I’ve never been too much of a fan of blow drying with all that heat. It’s been a few months since my first experience and I have transitioned into the rise and shine edition and I feel this is more suited to my hair type.

Thank you for catching up with me in this particular post! I hope you’re doing well and feel free to like, comment and share this post to friends!! Speak to you in my next blog post,

Rach xx

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