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The best heat protection spray? - May 21st 2010, 02:22 AM

Hi everyone,

Just wondering what your recommendations are for heat protection spray?.. I used to use some random one ageeesss ago but i can't remember what and it wasn't particularly great anyway. There just seems to be so many products out there i don't know what to get.

I want something that smells nice - not chemically!

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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 21st 2010, 03:22 AM

Okay, my favorites ever?

S Factor's Heat Protection Spray.
http://www.amazon.com/TIGI-S-Factor-.../dp/B001AQY3PG
I used to have a video on this and my hair looks NICE. It's amazing.

Paul Mitchels Seal and Shine.
http://www.amazon.com/Paul-Mitchell-.../dp/B0009OMNS4
I literally just bought a new bottle today. It's really good. It's a heat protectant and a leave-in conditioner. I use it when I take a shower at night. I just spray in and go to bed. The next morning my hair is ready to be done because I don't have time before I leave for school. It lasts forever.

Peratin Heat Serum
http://www.amazon.com/Pearatin-Forti.../dp/B001A8BM5S
This is the best. It adds shine, repairs, protects color, AND heat. It's the best ever. You only need a little.

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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 21st 2010, 09:29 PM

I haven't got a great one but I can tell you which one I thought was awful. Schwarzkopf heat protection spray; it made my hair greasy and it was so icky.



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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 21st 2010, 09:36 PM

^ Oh God, I've used that before and I agree ¬____¬ I use V05 heat protection spray and that's quite good


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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 21st 2010, 11:18 PM

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I haven't got a great one but I can tell you which one I thought was awful. Schwarzkopf heat protection spray; it made my hair greasy and it was so icky.

Yeah, any drugstore one is going to be total crap. You really do have to get something professional as far as heat protection sprays. Shampoos/Conditioners, masks... All that stuff is fine. But if you want real protection, you need a prof product.


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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 21st 2010, 11:29 PM

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Okay, my favorites ever?

S Factor's Heat Protection Spray.
http://www.amazon.com/TIGI-S-Factor-.../dp/B001AQY3PG
I used to have a video on this and my hair looks NICE. It's amazing.

Paul Mitchels Seal and Shine.
http://www.amazon.com/Paul-Mitchell-.../dp/B0009OMNS4
I literally just bought a new bottle today. It's really good. It's a heat protectant and a leave-in conditioner. I use it when I take a shower at night. I just spray in and go to bed. The next morning my hair is ready to be done because I don't have time before I leave for school. It lasts forever.

Peratin Heat Serum
http://www.amazon.com/Pearatin-Forti.../dp/B001A8BM5S
This is the best. It adds shine, repairs, protects color, AND heat. It's the best ever. You only need a little.

Any questions =)
Thanks for the suggestions i'm gunna look up some reviews for them!

Does anyone know anything about the GHD thermal protection spray? It's cheaper than most salon type brands but idk, is it any good? I might end up buying a few and seeing what i like best, usually what happens.

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I haven't got a great one but I can tell you which one I thought was awful. Schwarzkopf heat protection spray; it made my hair greasy and it was so icky.

Oh i'm glad i didn't get that then, i was actually looking at it in boots the other day.


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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 22nd 2010, 12:38 AM

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Thanks for the suggestions i'm gunna look up some reviews for them!

Does anyone know anything about the GHD thermal protection spray? It's cheaper than most salon type brands but idk, is it any good? I might end up buying a few and seeing what i like best, usually what happens.



Oh i'm glad i didn't get that then, i was actually looking at it in boots the other day.
I have GHD straightener and they are the best. I'm not sure about the spray though. I would honestly just see if you can get one of the products listed.


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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 23rd 2010, 02:11 PM

I got the GHD spray with my straighteners.
I liked it but it seemed to make my hair look slightly greasy which was annoying.

I use the V05 one


and sometimes the Tresemme one.


Both of these work fine and don't make my hair greasy
   
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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 23rd 2010, 03:07 PM

I found a really nice Toni and Guy one in the B&M shop that bought Woolworths. I only ever buy products from cheap shops if it's a brand I know. Also, I really like Asda's heat protection spray coz it smells so good
   
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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 24th 2010, 06:25 PM

Toni&Guy, Toni&Guy, Toni&Guy!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It makes your hair lovely and smooth and shiny, and it smells gorgeous. Also you can get the wee mini bottles for a couple of euro, if you don't want a big one. (:

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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 26th 2010, 05:40 AM

I just buy mine at the drugstore and have no complaints about it at all! It smells really nice and doesn't make my hair greasy.

I put it in when my hair is damp though, it's not exactly a spray, its a bit thicker but still in a spray bottle so I dont think it would work too well on dry hair.

I spray about 5-7 sprays into my hand and then rub it through my damp hair (may hair is long so stick to no more than 5 if your hair is shorter).

It's from Schwarzkopf and is in an orange bottle.
The name is 'Got2b: crazy sleek'
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Edit: It also helps to straighten your hair. I often blowdry and then straighten my hair (most days) and it has protected my hair really well. It's not damaged at all
   
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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 26th 2010, 10:55 AM

Tresseme.

I tried the pantene one but that turned out to be a creamy serum that made my hair really greasy.


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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 26th 2010, 11:13 AM

I either use Lee Stafford or Tres Emme.
   
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Re: The best heat protection spray? - May 30th 2010, 03:54 PM

I Use quite a few different ones, like when you need more and can't get it lol.

Anyways, I Love this one http://www.superdrug.com/invt/357588 You only need a few sqiurts and it can be applyed to either wet or dry hair, and smells fairly nice.

Then i used this one for a while http://www.whispermag.co.uk/siteimag.../600/84884.png
i found that this one didnt really last long, my hair just went a bit frizzy and dry after a few hours of using it and then straighting my hair, it smells nice enough though.

Ive been using this one since i found it ages ago now http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2426/...c6495ec16e.jpg It smells really nice, lasts for ages, you can apply it then straighten your hair, go to sleep and if you need to go over it again, you dont need any spray because a little bit goes a longw ay.





   
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