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CHARLES WORTHINGTON HAIR HEALER, pounds 5

Light cream with body-building agents and natural oils. My hair felt a lot thicker and silkier. It looked glossy, was easier to style, and smelt great all day.

SEBASTIAN POTION 9, pounds 7.50

The supermodel's favourite hair rescue. Contains nine conditioning plant extracts. A must-have if your hair is permed or tinted. It seals hair shafts, smoothing frizz. For once, my hair behaved. (From salons. Call 0345 125 545)

PAUL MITCHELL, THE CREAM, pounds 8.95

A body-building styling cream and sun- screening conditioner in one for all hair types. It tamed my dry, over-tinted locks and brought back shine and bounce. (From salons; call 01296 390 590)

J.F. LAZARTIGUE VOLUME CONDITIONER WITHOUT RINSE, pounds 13 A formula for dry, limp hair, with collagen, silicone oil and egg yolk. My hair seemed bulkier - perhaps a bit stiff. It looked less frazzled,

but not as glossy as I'd hoped. (Mail order: 0171 629 2250)

L'OREAL ELVIVE NUTRI-CERAMIDE REPAIR CONDITIONER NON-RINSE MOUSSE, pounds 2.49

Conditioning mousse for brittle, damaged hair with ceramides - natural hair strengtheners. The mousse felt pleasantly light and non-sticky. But although my hair felt softer and smoother, it was still a bit wispy and lacking "oomph".
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Title Annotation:Features
Author:Bentley, Vicci
Publication:Sunday Mirror (London, England)
Date:Apr 11, 1999
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