Taking care of my hair is a big deal for me, although I don’t have an extensive haircare routine. You’ve probably noticed from photo’s on here that I have pretty long hair and it is quite hard to maintain and manage so I always look for products that are going to make my life a little bit easier. Neal & Wolf recently sent me some of their range which I was super excited about as I’ve never tried anything from the brand before. They have quite an extensive range of luxury products which are stocked in salons across the world. I was sent six products including their shampoo, intensive care treatment, heat protection spray and nourishing hair oil. All products claim to be suitable for all hair types and all the products I’m trying except for the Sculpting Lotion are cruelty-free.
I’ve been using the Harmony Intensive Care Shampoo and Harmony Intensive Care Treatment for the past two weeks or so and I’m really happy with how nourished and healthy my hair looks, especially the ends. These products work really well together and I don’t think there is a conditioner in the range so the Intensive Care Treatment substitutes. To use this I massaged through my hair for around 5 minutes and after rinsing my hair felt so silky soft. The Shampoo costs £14.50 for 250ml and the Intensive Care Treatment costs £13.50 for 200ml.
I’ve never really used a Sculpting Lotion before, so this was a new product for me. The lotion offers a medium hold and is to be applied on towel dried hair before styling with heat. I found this is a good product to use when I’m drying my hair and want to add a bit of volume and natural curl. I wouldn’t say this product was a must-have as I usually don’t style my hair right after washing it. The Sculpting Lotion costs £12.50 for a 200ml bottle.
Now, I love a good hairspray but having such long hair it’s actually hard to find a spray that actually works and holds your hair in place all day. I feel like I’ve tried so many different hairsprays that make my curls drop within the hour or have that awful crispy texture. I’m pleased to say that I got on very well with the Control Flexible Styling Hairspray. My hair held out pretty well throughout the day when it had been curled and also I really like the scent of it. The Control Flexible Styling Hairspray costs £9.50 for a 250ml bottle.
Next, we have the Heat Protection Spray which protects your hair up to 220 degrees and helps with preventing your getting damaged and dry when using heat on your hair. I haven’t seen a massive difference in my hair as I already use Heat Protection Spray but it does smell seriously lovely. My Mum has also been using this as she straightens her hair everyday and she really likes it! The Heat Protection Spray costs £11.50 for 150ml.
Last but not certainly not least, there’s the Velvet Nourishing Hair Oil which is made up of Argan, Avocado and Jojoba oils. You can use the oil two ways, either applying a small amount onto damp hair or applying on dry hair. I used the oil on my dry ends to give them a moisture boost and make them look healthier. I’m really pleased with this product as it’s a super light oil and not greasy at all which I would hate! I would definitely re-purchase this! The Velvet Nourishing Hair Oil costs £14.95 for 100ml.
Overall, I’ve been really impressed with the Neal & Wolf products I’ve tried and would re-purchase a couple of them such as the Hair Oil, Hairspray and Intensive Care Treatment. Have you tried anything from Neal & Wolf before?