So University Is Finally Over

I've waited for so long to write this post, three years ago I was halfway through my A-Levels and I was ready to start preparing for University. It feels weird now to say that it's all over, and I can relax for a month before starting my new job. When I finished my exam I expected to have this uplifting ecstatic feeling, and I did but I was also left with this weird feeling that it's all over and that's it. It's weird when you've spent so long writing your dissertation and preparing for exams for it to just all be done, everyone finishes at different times and it's just generally weird.

But it makes me more than excited to start my new job and not to get all soppy but start a new chapter, I have a lot of good and bad memories from University. I made friends for life and also experienced parts of life I never thought I would, I always used to cringe when people said that University helped them change as a person. But I do genuinely believe it does something, …

The shampoo you would die for

Shampoos are something I don't normally change often. I tend to find something that works and stay with that. However, around the summer time there was this new release of the Garnier Ultimate Blends Shampoo. And after seeing so many people rave about them I had to go and pick one up.

For around 4 months I have been testing the Sleek Restorer out of their range. Designed for dry to frizzy hair. It is enriched with coconut oil and cocoa butter and honestly my hair has never smelt better.

I normally apply this allowing it to nourish my hair for about two minutes then wash it out following with conditoner. It always leaves my hair feeling soft and sleek, even without using my conditioner. The texture is similar to a hair oil just slightly thicker. I personally like the texture as it doesn't feel as if it is weighing my hair down.

This shampoo is avaliable in Boots, Superdrug, as well as most Supermarkets and available online. There is also a matching conditioner and does come in 200ml as well.

One thing I am impressed with is how much I have used this, I don't tend to get through a 400ml whereas I used to when I used Tresemme because I never felt like I had used enough.


For the price of £3.49 for 400ml what can be wrong with it? I have tried highstreet shampoo's paying triple than this and more. Finding that none of them work any better than this. No matter how many times you use it, you get the same great results time after time.

So if you want a shampoo that will nourish your hair fully, leaving it silky and smooth. Then try this or the others in their range.

I want to find what other shampoo's I should be trying on the highstreet so if you have any recommendations feel free to comment them down below. They could be in a review soon!

                                                    Until next time, Chloe!


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