My hair has been greasy for the better part of my life, but only recently has it become so hard to manage. I get out of the shower and my hair is greasy before I even dry it. I was extremely upset about this and was trying to find a solution, when this package landed on my doorstep. I didn't think it would help my problem at first, but I soon discovered it was exactly the product I had been looking for.

There are two main reasons why my hair gets greasy - one is because I have a fringe and it lays on my forehead. My skin is very oily, so naturally, that transfers to my hair, making it not so pretty looking. The other reason is project build up. I use a lot of different hair products, and sometimes, I really have so much build up on my hair it is impossible to clean it with a regular shampoo. This is where the Lee Stafford Oily Roots Dry Ends range comes in.

Let me talk about the shampoo first. I think this is an amazing clarifiying shampoo. It truly removes all traces of build up from my hair, and it feels very fresh and light after I wash it. However, I would definitely not recommend using this for every wash, as it is very drying and meant to cleanse your hair, not nourish it. That is when the conditioner comes into play. You only apply it to the ends of the hair, which are usually more damaged and dry from the shampoo, so this nourishes them beautifully. As an extra step, I've also been loving the Lee Stafford Argan Oil Hair Mask, which I've had before, but still love just as much as I did back then. The mask and conditioner really nourish the hair, while the shampoo strips it of all oils and gunk.

I've really been loving this trio - I use the shampoo about once a week (I wash my hair everyday), while the conditioner is a daily staple, and the mask is in use about twice per week. Lee Stafford is a brand I've been extremely satisfied with in the past, and it's definitely a drugstore favourite. Even though it is a bit on the price side, these products are so worth it in my opinion. All of their products smell lovely as well, if I am not mistaken the Oily Roots Dry Ends range has shea butter, which is lovely, while the Argan Oil range is self-explanatory.

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V današnji objavi sem želela predstaviti nekaj izdelkov, ki zadnje čase rešujejo moje lase. Opazila sem, da se mi na njih nabira veliko naravne maščobe, poleg tega pa tudi ostanki izdelkov za lase, ki jih uporabljam skoraj vsak dan. Na pomoč mi je priskočil šampon Lee Stafford Oily Roots Dry Ends, ki lase temeljito očisti. Resnično odstrani vse nepotrebne maščobe, je pa res, da so lasje po tem kar precej izsušeni. Tu vskoči balzam iz iste linije, katerega se nanese le na konice. Je zelo hranljiv in razlika po uporabi šampona, ko so še mokri lasje na otip suhi in krhki, ter po balzamu, ko so svilnato mehki, je očitna. Kot dodaten korak uporabljam tudi masko Lee Stafford Argan Oil, ki sem jo že imela, a sem nad njo še vedno navdušena. Izpostavila pa bi, da se mi šampon ne zdi primeren za vsakodnevno uporabo, saj res temeljito očisti lase - tako močnega čiščenja vsak dan pravzaprav ne potrebujemo. Čez teden lahko uporabljate kakšen nežen šampon, enkrat tedensko pa lase očistite z omenjeno linijo. Za razliko sta balzam in maska zelo hranljiva in primerna za večkratno uporabo, predvsem maska - ta naj bi se uporabljala ob vsakem pranju dokler ne pride do vidnega izboljšanja. Sama jo menjam z nekaj drugimi maskami, tako da o tej metodi ne morem poročati, je pa res, da je tale moja najljubša - lasje so po uporabi res svilnati, zelo mehki in sijoči. Tudi konice izgledajo kar nekako 'potolažene' po uporabi šampona.

Lee Stafford izdelki so na voljo v drogerijah, kot sta Müller in DM, cene se gibljejo okrog 8€. Nisem prepričana, če je linija Oily Roots Dry Ends že na voljo pri nas, je pa gotovo nekaj, na kar ste lahko pozorni. 

P.S. Tudi danes imam eno vprašanje za vas. Resnično potrebujem striženje, pa nikakor ne vem, h kateremu frizerju naj se odpravim. Imate kakšen predlog za dobrega frizerja v Ljubljani, ki lepo postriže dolge lase?