Lee Stafford Poker Straight Flat Iron Protection Shine Mist

Saturday, 20 October 2007

Lee Stafford Poker Straight Flat Iron Protection Shine Mist
simply just amazing

Author's product rating:

Advantages: light weight, leaves hair soft
Disadvantages: none

Recommend to potential buyers: yes

Full review
Well well here is another product for me to be tried and tested. A straightening addict, who batters the crap out of my own hair, is always on search of the best heat protection sprays/creams.
I have tried many L'Oreal techniart hot iron finish which is great but leaves sticky feeling to my hands.
Schwarzkopf flat liner cools hair down but makes sizzling sounds as you iron.
Charles Worthington gets straight good but overpowering smell.
Toni & guy iron it defence spray its ok but makes hair greasy the next day.
Taking advantage of the 3 for 2 offers in boots, and triple points and abusing my friends discount card for boots I decided to buy the lee Stafford range.

Who is lee Stafford?

Hairdressing for Essex who has salon chains nationwide, his hair products are loved by celebs like Rachel Stevens and dido.

Looks and packaging

An eye catching see- thru striking pink, it is noticeable amongst the other hair care products. It is embossed with the silver dog logo; he used his dog for I think a bull terrier. White writing and the colourful barcode which is also his trademark. The flat iron protection mist is a 200ml bottle, with a spray.On the packaging it says it is made with green tea which is a heat protection agent.
Retail price is £4.99 quite cheap compared to my other ones like L'Oreal and Schwarzkopf.
==Direction of use ==
Spray form arms length onto towel dried hair before blow drying and each section as you straighten.

I personally never use any product prior to blow drying, except some spray so my hair dries quicker.

In action

I also have used lee Stafford poker straight treatment in my hair before trying out the protection mist and I highly recommend it to others as my hair is softer and subtle to touch. It also made my hair straighter.
Sectioning my hair I started to spray the product on, I was quite shocked how light it was. It didn't weigh my hair down like the others I have tried and the irons just glided through easily. There was no steam coming from my hair, usually when I use GHD they will be steam as I straighten, but this doesn't do that. The smell, well I drink green tea and it smells nothing like green tea, very sweet smelling like candy. It is meant to be a shine mist as well but I didn't notice any extra shine in my hair. I think I sprayed quite a bit onto my hair but as I said it so light weight you don't feel anything in your hair.


I used three of lee Stafford pink range and I'm really impressed with them I shall be trying his other products, they so light it doesn't weigh down your hair no matter how much you use. This leaves your hair softer and I'm sure it has protected my hair as no signs of steam from straightening.

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