Despite what it may appear, since I got my hair trimmed into a shorter, more stylised pixie cut it's take a lot more maintenance to look presentable. I'm a bit fan of the 'chuck some bobby pins in it and go' method - doesn't look great but it's better than resembling a hedgehog - but for days when I fancy making a bit more of an effort I have a few go-to products.
The Hair Heroes heat protect spray by Andrew Barton deserves a place on this list just because of how amazing it smells; I previously owned a protection spray from the bargain ASDA range that smelt worryingly plastic-y so this scent is a bit of a revelation. It's currently on a 2 for £6 offer at ASDA so I nabbed this and a equally delicious smelling hair mask pot on a shopping trip a while back. I'm no stranger to 'serum' type products but the Poker Straight Shine Serum by Lee Stafford is my favourite. I use it with my mini straighteners when my fringe is being particularly unruly as well as before blow drying and it really makes a difference and stops my hair being a fluffy mess. You can pick it up in Boots for £7.99 and if you have short hair it will last an absolute age. Last but not least, I picked this Catwalk Beauty Hairspray by Umberto Giannini up as the 'free' item on a 3-for-2 offer and it's become an unexpected hair staple; my fringe is not a fan of going sideways like it should and a quick blast of this after straightening will hold it in place all day. You can also nab this at Boots for £6.
What are your go-to hair products?