Hair Perfume: Sachajuan Protective Hair Perfume & Percy & Reed Eau My Goodness Spray

"Perfume for your hair?" I hear you say. "Who buys perfume for their hair?" I always thought of hair perfume as a waste of money, that is until I tried these two. Not only do they make your hair smell better but they also make your hair look better too. Read on and find out my thoughts and which is my favourite.

First up is the Sachajuan protective hair perfume. This multipurpose product refreshes, hydrates, reduces static, adds shine and contains UV protection. It contains a concoction of hydrolyzed keratin and silk, and sunflower and olive oil which makes it great for coloured hair too. It has the signature Sachajuan fragrance - sophisticated fruity floral, classically constructed with top notes of litchi and green apple, a heart of peach, rose and ylang ylang and base notes including patchouli, cedar wood and white musk, which smells like a dream.

At £40 this is an expensive purchase, however you can also use this as a perfume for your body – all of a sudden £40 doesn’t sound too expensive, especially when I wouldn't even batter an eyelid at spending £40 on perfume. It smells amazing (and lasts!), does not weigh your hair down and also adds a subtle shine to your hair. This is a fantastic product.

Next up is the Percy & Reed Eau My Goodness Shine and Fragrance Spray. Although not multipurpose, it is dual purpose providing both shine and fragrance. Its delicate scent of rose and morning dew is not my favourite, as I am not a big fan of the rose scent, however it is quite light and therefore inoffensive. It doesn't last as long as the Sachajuan scent but it does add a lovely glossy shine which finishes any style off nicely. It tames any static hair you may have and does not look greasy nor add weight to your hair.

They suggest to spray a clean blusher brush with the shine and fragrance spray, sweep it over the surface of your hair for a finish that radiates shine, however I have found it works just as well by spraying it straight onto your hair. At £22 (for 100ml) this is the cheaper option of the two and certainly the more attractive looking, however personally I like the added benefits of the Sachajuan spray.

Have you tried any hair perfumes before?

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  1. Ooh I love the sound of a shine and fragrance spray!

    Josie XOXO
    Fashion Mumblr

  2. Oooh that Percy and Reed can is gorrgeous! Would love to give these a try!

    Drea xo
    Drea's Junkyard

  3. This sounds gorgeous, I used to use balmain perfume for hair and it was so so nice but they are all too expensive to keep repurchasing it;s such a shame xx

  4. I've never tried the hair perfume but it sounds so good that I might give it a go :)

  5. I've never tried anything like this but I might have to give it a try!

    Sophie x |


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