I don't tend to use a huge amount of products on my hair, I feel as though it is something that I need to work one as I can be quite lazy with hair-styling. I seem to have adopted the 'lets just let my hair do what it wants and hope for the best' kind of approach. There are a few key essentials however that I can't live without when it comes to my hair.

I bought this little bottle of magic a few months ago and it has truly transformed my hair styling for the better. I have already written a full review about this product but essentially it is the best product that I have found to date that really provides volume for your hair. I have quite long hair and so the weight of it often pulls my hair flat against my head and so I need a little extra help lifting it from the roots to create some volume. This does this without leaving my hair feeling heavy or crispy, it is extremely lightweight and smells great.

I love using dry shampoo. I try to only wash my hair every two or three days because I don't want to continuously strip the natural oils from my hair. I felt as though I was getting through lots of of cans of spray on dry shampoo. I picked up this powdered formula from Lush which is not only better for the environment but it smells great, and is fantastic at taking away any extra grease and freshening up your hair.

I have been using bottles of this stuff on and off for a few years now but I always seem to come back to it. It is one of those beauty staples that no matter what else I try, nothing gets the ends of my hair feeling silky smooth and healthy like this stuff.

Since I have pretty long hair that is quite thick it is majorly prone to tangling. As I have already said I can be pretty lazy when it comes to styling my hair and this often means that I don't brush it everyday/evening which can mean I can get some pretty hefty knots. When I bought this Tangle Teezer however, it changed my hair brushing for the best. It is incredible how quick and easy it is now to brush my hair and I can't imagine using anything else.

What are your hair care essentials?