I love Lee Stafford. Like, I think I might actually be in love with him. He’s a wizard with hair, and a genius with products, I can’t get enough. I’ve used Lee Stafford (his products, not the man) for years and always repurchase, am always impressed and will continue to give the brand the hype it well and truly deserves.
Bigger Fatter Fuller Plumping Cream* | £7.99 | Boots |
I’m always complaining about volume and body with my hair. Mine is thick, long and heavy so anything that gives it a bit of oomph is always good in my books. Use a small amount of this plumping cream, work it into the roots and mid-lengths when the hair is wet and it gives a noticeable lift once blow-dried. It doesn’t leave the hair tacky or crunchy like some mousses do. It’s weightless and doesn’t affect the texture of your hair. It smells really good too, but all Lee Stafford products do.
I have been using these products together for about six weeks and noticed a massive difference with the volume it gave my hair. I deliberately used these for a few weeks before adding the plumping cream to see which worked best or at all. The shampoo and conditioner add body, clean the hair thoroughly and leave it feeling silky smooth. I also really love the CoCo LoCo shampoo and conditioner and you can read a full review of those here.
Air (or blow) Dry Cream Lite* | £7.99 | Boots |
Air drying is a chronically ill persons best friend; ain’t got the time or energy to blow dry my hair. But I also hate the frizz that comes along with letting my hair dry naturally. It’s an extremely lightweight cream that shapes and moisturises the hair. It doesn’t completely eliminate the frizz but it certainly makes a difference that is vast enough to make me keep reaching for it.
Today tried the Rainbow Shine Wand* (not pictured) and I bloody love it. It’ll be on the blog very soon but spoiler alert – it’s incredible. I have gorgeous, beachy waves that have lasted all day. I definitely feel like I have princess vibes going on right now.
*Disclaimer: This post contains PR samples