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So Silky Smooth You Want To Have It All!

Having had my hair go through a number of heat stylers daily – all in the name of blogging – I have had to find ways to make sure that I don’t damage my ever so precious hair. Especially when I’m trying to grow it out (wonder how long that will last?!). So it was with great pleasure when I received this hair care pack from Silky Colouration; a salon only range that actually helps to condition and restore my hair!

First, a little bit about Silky Colouration, if you haven’t heard of them ( I know that was the first time I did).

Being the exclusive hair care product distributor of Silky and Nouvelle in Australia and New Zealand, their range promises to nourish and protect the hair by incorporating natural oil protectors. The range includes tints, bleaches, shampoos, conditioners, hair masks and treatments. Their range have been manufactured by HSA Cosmetics in Italy and just to ease your minds, they have NEVER been tested on animals either.

The Luxury Hair Care Pack I got to try out comprised of:

  • Repair conditioning bath
  • Conditioning balm
  • Repair intensive mask
  • Repair Sheen/Shine fluid
  • 75 ml Crystal Serum
Conditioning Bath - Shampoo

Conditioning Bath - Shampoo

Conditioning Balm - Conditioner

Conditioning Balm - Conditioner

Intensive Mask

Intensive Mask

Sheen/Shine Fluid

Sheen/Shine Fluid

Cult Spray/ Crystal Serum

Cult Spray/ Crystal Serum

If the names confused you, well it did that to me too, but thankfully there are instructions at the back. As the name suggest, the “bath” is your shampoo, the “balm” – your conditioner, the mask is a mask of course, sheen/shine fluid is to repair your hair and the crystal serum; well, I used that before I apply any heat stylers onto my hair. So, it sort of acts like an oil to protect your hair.
Loved the scent of the shampoo and conditioner – can’t really describe it, but it smelt fresh and nice! Then, I used the sheen fluid on my towel dried hair. If I was just going to blow dry my hair, then I would skip the cult spray. I do love how the cult spray, when I do use it, isn’t sticky or heavy so it doesn’t weigh down my already “volumless” hair!
Because it’s a salon only line, you would need to purchase them via a hair salon of course. Check out if they are in your area here.

Thanks to the people at Silky Colouration, you’ve got a chance to win the Luxury Care Pack that I’ve tried.

Silky Luxury Hair Care Pack worth over $90!

Silky Luxury Hair Care Pack worth over $90!

Leave a comment under the COMMENTS section below, sharing with me your never fail solution when you have a bad hair day.  This giveaway closes 30th March 2012.

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 Terms & Conditions:

  • Open to Australian Residents Only
  • Those NOT satisfying the criteria above will be disqualified
  • The double passes giveaway will be picked at random. Winners will be notified via email and your names will be at the door of the event.
  • Judge’s (me) decisions are final
  • If the winner of the hair care pack does not respond within a week of contact, I will pick a new winner
  • Once the prize has been sent out, it will be beyond our jurisdiction. There will be no replacements made on items lost or damage in transit

*I was given the Silky Colouration Luxury Pack for consideration in accordance with the site’s Disclosure Policy.



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  1. 1

    Throwing my hair up into a bun is the best when I’m having a bad hair day 😉

  2. 2

    A messy ponytail works wonders. It looks like it takes time and effort, but it is really quick and easy.

  3. 3
    Beauty Snippets

    A messy braid whether that’s your typical french braid or if I have a little bit more time, a fishtail braid.

  4. 4
    Effie Bakkalis

    A high pony tail always works for me! Also, if my long fringe is co-operating, I leave it down to give my hair a soft feminine look. If my fringe is out of control, I gel it for a sexy slicked-back look.

  5. 5

    Go the pony tail.

  6. 6

    a hat

  7. 7

    Yeah found it But my idea has been suggested the ponytail. Washing it again sometimes works for me if I have the time….

  8. 8
    Raelene Graham

    During the worst bad hair day attack!
    Even a ponytail can’t hold it back!
    When I’ve tried it all,hair still looks crap!
    The humble,trusted,baseball cap!

  9. 9

    I love using leave in condition to tame my hair!

  10. 10

    When I have a bad hair day, I simply put my hair up (in a bun or pony tail) and hope no one is going to notice the mess!

  11. 11

    I love headscarves, I started collecting them when I was about 13 or 14 and I have lots of different colours, both in cotton and silk. Sometimes it even looks like you’ve added it to complement your outfit, rather than hide your hair :)

    kate1485 at hotmail.com

  12. 12

    Argon Oil through the mid lengths and ends of your hair, then up into a top knot for half an hour or so (on the way to work). When you take it down you’ll have soft tamed glamorous waves! x

  13. 13

    A twist and a clip is always the best. I have lots of bad hair days / My hair gets so flat and over ironed so it makes for a happy head having a few days off and clipped up.

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