Thursday, 12 September 2013

Quick Pick: Yuko Anti-Frizz Haircare


I'm always a bit suspicious of anti-frizz haircare.  Often, it works by overloading the hair with moisture, or coating it with silicone - weighing the hair down rather than smoothing it out.  So I was pleased to find that this Yuko Anti Frizz haircare is actually both lightweight and gloriously smoothing.

The shampoo, £12.50 for 250ml, is gorgeously scented, bursting with fresh, juicy pear notes which don't smell synthetic at all. Despite being free from SLS, it lathers beautifully, creating a thick, heavy foam which cleanses the hair effectively but doesn't leave it feeling dry or stripped.  The anti-frizz conditioner, £12.50 for 200ml, adds moisture without being too heavy, and whilst it shares the fresh pear scent with the shampoo, it's a subtle scent - and it's completely gone once you rinse.

The star of the show, though, is the leave in conditioner spray, at £15 for 200ml.  It's incredibly light spray, adding a touch of moisture and silkiness which is easy to build up or apply lightly.  Used before blow drying, it really helps achieve a smooth and shiny finish, with less flyaways than I usually have.

Granted, it's not quite weather proof - the humid/drizzly weather of late still causes my hair to puff up, despite using this haircare system.  It's a lovely, lightly hydrating, smoothing set of products though, and one which I'd repurchase just for the pear-scented shampoo and the leave in conditioner spray.

You'll find them at the Yuko website.

Disclosure: PR sample

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