PHILIP KINGSLEY ELASTICIZER

Tuesday, 17 December 2013


Last week it was time to make a decision, to cut or not to cut? I am talking about my hair, do you know that feeling, just a day or two before your appointment at the hairdressers and you think I really would love to chop it all off and have a new start. But then the other voice in your head is shouting out loud, saying don't do it just get a little trim.

Well I didn't listen to that shouting voice, or maybe it was just the hairdresser that really convinced me to cut off a good 3-4 inches. To my surprise I really like it, I love how thick and bouncy my hair feels. Now that all of my old dye is out of my hair and I am an all natural again, I feel like its time to really take care of my hair and have a new beginning!

As I was chatting to the hairdresser asking her what I could do to get some much needed moisture back into my hair she recommended me the Philip Kingsley Elasticizer. I have heard great things about this mask and tried a sample size before, so I thought I would buy a bigger size and upgrade my hair routine and become serious about looking after it.

So far I have tried it twice and I am really impressed with the results. Its a pre shampoo treatment that you work into wet hair with your fingertips, or I like to use the Tangle Teezer. Then you cover your hair with a plastic cap, in my case it was a plastic Salisbury's bag as I didn't have a plastic cap (need to get one!) and leave for 10-20 min. I personally think its better if you leave it in for at least one hour to see better results or even sleep in it if your hair is super thirsty and needs moisture. Then all that its left to do is to rinse it out and wash your hair like you normally would with shampoo and conditioner.

Afterwards you are left with super soft and bouncy hair that has some amazing shine. The only think that I was hoping for and this treatment did not do was to control my frizziness. It was not as frizzy as it normally be but my hair was not frizz free ( a good blow dry sorted that out). I though I would let you know if you are looking for a frizz taming treatment. But non the less I still love how this product transformed my tiered and dry hair into some lushes locks, I am completely sold on it. I might even buy the 500l bottle, I wouldn't want to be without this stuff!!

21 comments :

  1. Great review and you should always listen to your shouting voice lol. The product sounds amazing.
    http://tifi11.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Jackie, I really do love my new hair length, gives me so much more volume.

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  2. I am having some hair issues at the moment, this may be something to try....

    katespitz.blogspot.com

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    1. If your hair feels quite dry I can definitely recommend this mask!

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  3. I need a hair mask! After my orange ombre my ends are super dry! Did you get it from a chain salon?
    Cornelia - Ineffable Beauty

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    1. Yes Cornelia try this mask it will sort your dry overprocessed hair out, I got it from M&S in the UK but you can find good deals also online!

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  4. This is literally like a life saver I found! My hair was in complete disrepair and this helps so much! xxx



    www.jesscaedmunds.com

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    1. Just like me, I had the same situation and it saved my hair!

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  5. I always hesitate to cut or not to cut my hair! lol x

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    1. I know, its not that easy but I often feel glad if I get a good cut as my hair feel fresh and not tiered anymore. but I still hate that it will take me more than a month to grow it back and by that time I am due to have another cut, grrr

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  6. Hi,

    Would you like to follow each other on G+, GFC and Bloglovin?

    vivianista.com

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    1. Yes I would love to, I am following you now!

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  7. Ahhh I hate when they do that, they cut off a little more than you'd like. I always end up hating it at the salon but end up loving it as soon as I get back in the car LOL. Funny how that works out huh?!

    SDMxx
    www.daringcoco.com

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    1. Haha yes I am exactly the same as you Sonia. by the time I am home I made peace with it!!

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  8. Nice*
    Maybe we follow each other !?
    Let me know if you follow me & i´ll follow back :)

    Greetings <3
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  9. Hi! Nice blog!
    follow to follow?
    let me knows
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  10. Hello Dear! You have great blog! I am you new follower in gfc # 92, and in bloglovin, instagram and twitter. Hope you will visit my blog and follow me back in all these.
    Happy New Year!
    Olga
    http://impromp-two.blogspot.com/

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  11. I so want to try this but have oily hair so think may make it more greasy

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