Winter Haircare ft. Andrew Collinge

Tuesday, February 07, 2017
Winter Haircare ft. Andrew Collinge
I have to be honest and say that my hair has been neglected recently! I used to be so diligent about looking after my hair and testing out new haircare products but even though my hair is suffering, I haven't been treating it as I should. Thankfully I received a lovely winter haircare set from the lovely people at Andrew Collinge to help my hair get through the last part of winter!

*Andrew Collinge Finishing Gel Serum Definer (£10, 100ml)
I'm never that kind of girl who is into gel haircare products as I think they work much better on short hair rather than my waist length hair but I wanted to give this a go. It is a clear, very thick gel that is really quite sticky so I distribute a very small amount between my fingers and lightly smooth over the frizzer areas of my hair, which on me are my mid-lengths. I find it does help to reduce frizz and smooth flyaways which is fantastic although it's not something I'd use all of the time but it's worth trying out, especially if you have short hair or lots of layers. Overall rating: ★★★☆☆, 3/5.

*Andrew Collinge Firm Hold Hairspray (£5.50, 100ml)
I'm not a massive fan of hairspray, I just try not to annoy the beast (aka. my hair) but I do like hairspray when my hair is tied up and it is looking frizzy as a minimal spray of hairspray on my brush while I'm tying my hair up can smooth out and flatten frizz. I wouldn't personally say that it's a firm hold, not on my long hair anyway but that's a good thing as I only need light/medium hold. It has UV protection which is fantastic and the mini size is great for travelling. Overall rating: ★★★★☆, 4/5.
Winter Haircare ft. Andrew Collinge
*Andrew Collinge Argan Oil (£15, 115ml)
I love hair oils as my hair is colour treated, dry and frizzy and I find that most hair oils leave my hair smooth, super soft and shiny and this one is no different. It has a handy pump dispenser which makes it less messy to use and it's easy to dispense a tiny amount. I use hair oils on my wet or damp hair and leave it to dry naturally overnight and in the morning my hair is always soft, smooth and detangled. If you have dry hair or if your hair is suffering with the chilly winter days then check out this hair oil. Overall rating: ★★★★★, 5/5.

*Andrew Collinge Hair Moisturiser (£8, 150ml)
Now onto my favourite product of the four I was sent and it's something I haven't tried or heard of before! It's a hair moisturiser in an almost aerosol spray container which is so unique (to me anyway) and it's so convenient, quick and easy to use. I've been using it on the mid-lengths and ends of my hair when it is wet/damp and it leaves my hair smooth, slightly shiner (but not in a greasy way), soft and it helps to detangle. Out of all of the products in this post, I'd definitely recommend this one the most! Overall rating: ★★★★★, 5/5.

Have you tried any products from Andrew Collinge? What are your winter haircare tips or favourite products? 


  1. All these products sound interesting - especially the hair moisturiser! That would be brilliant for me. x

    Kate Louise Blogs

  2. Haven't tried this brand before but I'm a big fan of hair care recently and only recently have I been taking more care of my hair. Will have to try these products especially the moisturiser since it's something I've never used!
    Kathy x

  3. hair moisturiser? that sounds so innovative and cool! so glad it worked on you, definitely the one that sparked the most interest in me!
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

  4. I haven't used Andrew Collinge products in years but I remember I used to love them! I like the sound of the hair moisturiser xx

    Beautylymin| LuxuryFragranceGiveaway

  5. That hair moisturizer sounds super intriguing! I feel like moisture is maybe the one thing my hair is lacking most of the time! I´ve also never heard of anything similar so it´s definitely something I´ll be adding to my wishlist
    xx Lisa | Following Lisa


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