Lee Stafford Poker Straight Flat Iron Protection Shine Mist
The TIGI S-Factor Iron Shine Spray is my absolute favourite heat protection spray for using on wet hair as it does an amazing job at protecting my hair when using my hairdryer and straighteners. When it comes to styling dry hair with my straighteners, curling wands or heated rollers, my favourite spray to use is the Lee Stafford Poker Straight Flat Iron Protection Shine Mist which I’ve been using since I got my very first hair straighteners almost 14 years ago.
Having two different heat protection sprays on the go may seem a little excessive but I find that my hair works better this way, but of course each one is more than capable of protecting your hair when wet and dry.
Lee Stafford Poker Straight Mist is one of Lee Stafford’s best selling products, and it contains green tea which is an antioxidant that will help to eliminate free radicals formed from UV and heat styling.
The mist contains holding agents which works to fix the style, and panthenol which provides long-lasting moisture to leave the hair super shiny and straight. The Mist has the most incredible vanilla scent which really reminds me of Thierry Mugler’s Angel fragrance, and the scent lingers in my hair for a couple of days too so it doubles up as an hair fragrance too.
When using this mist, it sprays a very fine mist of spray over each section of hair before using my hot tool of choice and it;s so lightweight and doesn’t leave any residue on my hair or weigh it down. Not only does the spray do a fantastic job at protecting my hair from heat damage, it really does leave my hair very glossy and helps to keep my style in place too.
I love that the Lee Stafford Poker Straight Flat Iron Protection Shine Mist is only £6.49, and even though it’s one of their most popular products, it hasn’t increased in price over the years and it’s a product I’ll forever repurchase.
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