Giveaway Intelligent Nutrients with Lindsey Hughes Curl Whisperer (closed)

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As you may know, I love a good organic, or natural beauty product. Intelligent Nutrients offer hair products, which are paraben free, and food grade (so you could eat them safely!). I have teamed up with Lindsey Hughes Curl Whisperer to run a giveaway of some Intelligent Nutrients hair products.

Lindsey has been my hairdresser for years, and has taken my hair through a range of colours using natural, and organic products. For the first time in many years of abusing my hair, I’ve been able to grow my hair successfully. And I’ve been able to lighten it, and colour it without compromising on what end result I’m after.

I’ve found that Lindsey has always recommended great products for my hair type. Her ethos is to avoid damaging ingredients such as sulphates, parabens, and other harsh chemicals. If you’ve read my hair routine posts, then you’ll know that this is in line with what I choose to do at home too. I think the consistency between what I do at home, and how Lindsey treats my hair in the salon helps to keep my hair frizz free, and strong.

This giveaway includes Intelligent Nutrients Styling Pomade, Hair Shine Spray, and a Perfect Hold Hair Spray. These come from a range, which Lindsey uses and stocks for use on her clients.

The pomade is a great product for adding soft texture to long hair; this is really potent, so a little goes a long way. The shine spray, which smells divine by the way, is great for adding some gloss of your hair without weighing it down. Finally, the hair spray gives medium hold to your style without any nasties hanging around in the air.

Giveaway Lindsey Hughes Curl Whisperer at Treat Me Suite Intelligent Nutrients

To enter this giveaway to win three Intelligent Nutrients products, use the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!
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Terms and conditions:
This is an international giveaway, so get entering, and sharing.
All entries will be validated. Any entries which do not fulfil the competition requirements, will be removed.
There is only one prize bundle consisting of three Intelligent Nutrients hair products.
The giveaway is in collaboration with Lindsey Hughes Curl Whisperer, who has supplied the prize bundle.
The Ting Thing will choose one winner through the Rafflecopter widget, and will be responsible for posting the prize to the winner.
The giveaway closes on 12th July 2015.

Lindsey Hughes Curl Whisperer is based at Treat Me Suite, 70 Vyse Street, Birmingham,ย B186EX. For enquiries, and appointments, callย 07477014645.

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  • sharlene speakman

    wash your hair with a Mix of two tablespoons apple cider vinegar with one cup water rinse your hair with it the acid in the vinegar removes build up from your hair leaving it shiny . rinse thoroughly and then condition.

    • Great tip! I need to try this out to take the heaviness out of my hair when I’ve used coconut oil x

  • Amy Mitchell

    My favourite hair tip is to not towel dry your hair! It’s something so many people do, and it’s really damaging to your hair. Instead, just wrap it in a towel, and let it air dry a bit ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks for the giveaway!!

    • I love using microfibre towels on my hair as I find them more absorbent, and less damaging to my hair. I love air drying, but my hair is so long it takes a whole day to dry on its own. x

  • Serene Kurd

    Such an amazing range of products, I love shine mists they always help add a bit of glow and freshness to the hair <3

    Serene | I Am Serene L

    • I love shine mists too. Especially after styling my hair into an up-do, I find that a little extra spritz of something is needed to make it look more polished again x

  • Charlie

    My hair isn’t curly but it is long, very fine and what I like to call kinky ….which is just basically difficult! I tend to stay doing the same thing to my hair, as I never know what else to do with it but I if all else fails a plait that goes over one shoulder is my go to (a very small pathetic plait!).

    Thank you for the giveaway! xx

    • I love braids! I wish I could do more complicated ones, but my skills are lacking x

  • SophieR

    My hair tips are practically none existent! I’m terrible when it comes to doing my own hair – my tip would be find a fantastic hairdresser, mine is a complete life saver !

    • It’s heartbreaking when you find a great hairdresser, and then either you or they move away! A great hairdresser that you click with, is hard to find x

  • Joanne Welsh

    Great prize! My tip, stick to the same hairdresser every time.

    • Thank you. I think once you find someone that you click with, who knows your style, it’s definitely worth holding onto them. x

  • MorganSpiked

    Once you find a good hairdresser never change, follow her to her new salon if necessary

    • I agree! I think the skill of the hairdresser is worth so much x

  • Emma Joynes

    I’ve started to wash my hair upside down. sounds weird, but I have noticed a difference in condition as underneath my hair seems a lot softer and shiner! after I’ve washed it, i blitz it with cold water ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Now I’m intrigued by this one. I wonder if it’s because of product build up or something? I’ll have to give this a go x

  • Mary Marรญa

    Coconut oil is like a miracle for the hair!

    • I love a bit of coconut oil. It’s one of my favourite multi use products because it actually works! x

  • Nikolina Vukeliฤ‡

    Use the hair dryer only when you have to!!!

  • Silver

    washing my hair with cold water

  • gaby

    blow-dry the opposite way to where your hair sits to create root lift

    • Thanks for this tip; this definitely works for me too.

  • Phoebe Manuba

    My tip is to apply baby powder on scalp. It’s a good oil absorber ๐Ÿ™‚ Making scalp/roots less greasy

  • Michelle Banks

    always use heat protection before styling x

  • Mirjana

    I love coconut oil as a treatment for my hair ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Heather Haigh

    I use coconut oil for instant shine and to tame flyaway hair.

  • Never apply conditioner on the roots of the hair, as it makes them lie flat.

    Gems

  • Siobhan Davis

    Brush your hair every night before bed and apply a treatment before bed x

  • Elizabeth Doody

    Don’t over wash your hair it removes all the natural oils, but saying that you also don’t want to look like a grease monkey!

  • Elaine Savage

    for volume in flat hair, start your blow drying with the head upside down!

  • caroline walliss

    coconut oil is the best!x

  • castleton

    Try to use your hair dryer and tongs as little as possible. Heat is not good for hair

  • Elizabeth Hinds

    After shampooing, towel dry your hair before putting your conditioner in, as removing the excess moisture helps the hair to better absorb the conditioner and makes it much softer ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Alica

    Find a good conditioner and stick with it!

  • lynsey buchanan

    I use a heat protection spray

  • MrRichTea

    Let your hair dry naturally, it does it less damage!

  • Arianne Mae

    Heat is not good for hair

  • Damla

    I don’t comb or brush my hair when it’s wet after shower. I just keep it inside towel for approximately 20 minutes and then dry with hair dryer. This way, my hair becomes wavy and gains volume.

  • Dawn Henson

    I like to let my Hair Dry Naturally as a Hairdryer always drys it out too much!

  • clairdownham

    lots of conditioner

  • Ade Anita

    I used hair spa ones a week. It’s helpy hair not falling

  • emma walters

    let your hair dry naturally as much as possible

  • Ms Gilly Clara

    A weekly hair mask keeps my hair in tiptop condition!

  • coconut oil is amazing

  • sherri fordham

    Rinse conditioner out with cold water

  • Sarah-Jane Laycock

    Investing in a top quality Argan Oil is worth the initial investment as it keeps hair in really good condition

  • Don’t ever over wash your hair, well I can’t… it makes my hair look horrendous. Also, if I can, air drying is the best for my hair and not blow drying (but I do have shorter hair than most people lol)

  • Angie Hoggett

    I always pre-condition my hair and then put a little on after I shampoo too

  • Sinead Charlotte

    Lots of moose!

  • Donna Large

    use lots of conditioner

  • Rinse with cold water after shampoo and conditioner.

  • Samantha Loughlin

    Wash no more then three times a week xx

  • Patricia Avery

    Condition your hair, shower, rinse out conditioner, then shampoo. Works much better this way round for me ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Kat Allinson

    Don’t wash your hair too often, it strips off the natural oils

  • Alexia Harvours

    Let your hair dry naturally, then fluff and style.

  • Maryna Jedrzejak

    A good idea to rinse hair with cold water!!!

  • Jess Maryy

    To create more volume while you blow dry your hair lift sections of hair towards the ceiling and direct the heat to your roots!

  • kim neville

    Use a wide comb to comb through repair conditioner and leave in as long as possible to make nice and soft

  • Lisa Wilkinson

    I use a cheap shampoo as more expensive shampoos leave too much residue behind.

  • Sarah Lewis

    Use a sulphate free shampoo to protect your coloured hair

  • Jane Middleton

    use leave in conditioner to detangle

  • zebedee01

    Use coconut oil to moisturise and nourish your hair. Put it in, leave, then wash out x

  • helen0903

    get your hair cut reguarly… for a deep condition apply lots of conditioner pop on a shower cap and relax for 5 mins then was off with cool water…

  • Alison Tolar

    My hair tip is to sleep on a silk pillow case. Hair glides across it easier and this reduces split ends and breakage.

  • Ceril Beb Roberts

    Once a month I leave my conditioner in overnight for a deep condition – hair is lovely and soft afterwards!

  • yasmine

    I apply a hair oil overnight every two weeks as an intensive treatment & leaves your hair in great condition. Very glossy & healthy

  • Barbara Handley

    Use specific types of products as part of a hair care regimen in stead of general all purpose products for any hair types.

  • Jacqueline Roberts

    Leave you hair to dry naturally about 70% then finish with the hairdrier.

  • embabes

    When blow drying my very curly hair, i find a slower lower speed helps control the frizz

  • Martina Alban

    Rinse with cold water after shampoo and conditioner

  • Sheila Reeves

    If you colour your hair, always use a clarifying shampoo the day before your salon appointment or home colour – I’ve found this has really helped the colour to last

  • Lesley F

    If I have time, I like to dry my hair naturally so that my curls come out

  • chimocho

    Go one day a week completely au natural. No products, no heat, nothing. Just giving your hair one day to replenish oils and repair itself does so much for the quality and shine ๐Ÿ™‚ – Sammi McSporran

  • Natalie Crossan

    Washing too frequently damages your hair x

  • supastar1501

    Use heat protection products before straightening or blow drying your hair x

  • Claire

    Don’t wash your hair every day

  • Theresa Parker

    I find if I rinse throughly with cold water and leave to dry naturally….which isn’t always possible…then my hair looks and feels at its best