3 more inches
My hair typically grows long quickly, but after years of frying it with blow dryers and straighteners I know I’m going to have to have a pretty drastic cut in a couple of weeks time, so I’ve been on the lookout for anything that could help me to grow it all back out as quick as possible.
Luckily the 3 more inches shampoo* and conditioner* appeared on my radar recently and and so I thought I would share them with you because they feel really luxurious and leave my hair in amazing condition! There are also oils, treatments and styling products in the range, but for this post I’m going to stick to telling you a bit more about the shampoo and conditioner.
3 More Inches Shampoo
This smells absolutely delicious and using it twice on my hair every time I wash it means my hair is left feeling super clean. It also lathers up really nicely, which I think is necessary for a shampoo to really feel like it’s doing its job. This shampoo is supposed to help repair broken bonds, allowing it to grow faster, stronger and longer.
Now, I’m always sceptical when products claim to work wonders but I have had previous shampoos and conditioners genuinely transform the condition of my hair (so much so that people have actually commented on it and asked what I’m using!) Therefore, I’m optimistic about this and I hope I’ll have a positive update by the end of the month.
Here for £18
3 More Inches Conditioner
When I first used this, I really wasn’t sure about it. It smells amazing, but the formula is quite thin and liquidy. I’m used to using really thick conditioners on my hair (I find they’re best for keeping frizz at bay) so the formula really threw me off. However, I am happy to report my hair is feeling super soft, so this really has worked in the immediate sense of conditioning my hair and keeping it soft.
Alongside the shampoo, I’ll be interested to see the impact this has on growing out my hair when I get it cut in a few weeks time. It’s worth mentioning there are moisturising versions of both of these available for the same price, so if you have hair that, like mine, seems to get dry and frizzy really easily those might be the better option for you.
Here for £18