If you’re addicted to your straighteners, you’ll want to listen up because while heated tools can be a game changer in the style stakes, they can cause long-term harm. Heat protection is an essential part of any hair care routine that works to prevent and treat topical overheating while also making styling your locks far easier.
It doesn’t discriminate against damp or dry hair either – you can use it after towel-drying or to defend your hair from the blow-dryer.
What we love about this one, despite its long-lasting musky scent, is the fact that it’s made with green tea extract, a natural antioxidant that protects your locks not only from heat but also UV damage. Davines Melu Shield Heat Protection Spray: £23, Cult Beauty Long for hair as shiny as Victoria Beckham or Jennifer Aniston?
This leave-in spray is a serious multi-tasker that promises to protect your hair against heat damage, improve shine and leave tresses frizz-free.
To be used on towel-dried hair, this one is made with a pro-keratin formula, which helps to strengthen and repair your hair.
We love the fact that it’s designed to also protect against pollution and UV rays and it works for all hair types.
Buy now The Verdict: Heat protection hair products GHD’s Heat Protect Spray is excellent for reducing breakage, adding shine and creating a softer mane.
The reviews are compiled through a mix of expert opinion and real-world testing.
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This particular formula is unlike most others in our round-up as, instead of a spray, this one works more like a conditioner.
You work it through clean, damp hair, leave it for three minutes and rinse.
It’s something we found helped to control where and how much of the product was applied as opposed to sprays, which can end up all over the place.