And by that I mean, when trying to style it I become all cack-handed and whatever I try do with this fuzz on my head - it just fails. So when I was contacted by Hershesons and asked if I'd like to try out some of their hair products I figured I would spend a bit of time trying to create some kind of style with them!
Hershesons aren't a brand I've heard of before, if I'm being completely honest, but their website & product range instantly impressed me and has made me wish I did more with my hair!
The products I tried out are their hair pins (£6) hair bands (£6.50) and Hershesons ♥ Batiste dry shampoo (£5.50).
Now, I've never used hair 'pins' before, hair grips on the other hand are my best friend, however I was pleasantly surprised how easy they are to use and how well they hold your hair in place. They also kindly coloured matched them to my hair so they blend in nicely! The pins (and bands) come in very cute little tins that are so handy! I'm a nightmare for leaving grips & ties all over the place so these will stop that problem.
The hair bands (not used in this 'style' its all thanks to the pins!) are great quality and I'd struggle to see how they'd ever snap. They're thick & tight so hold your hair in place all day very well, plus again there are a few colour variations, which is always nice.
As for dry shampoo, I've never seen it as a necessity, but then I'd never really tried a good one, until now. I think this collaboration is great and can we just say; how cute is the packaging? Very chic but yet girly so it doesn't look out of place on your dressing table (which is quite the opposite of most of Batiste very bright, patterned bottles). I used this on 'second day' hair and it worked a treat and added a bit of extra volume which was needed with this hair style!
Overall I'm very impressed with what Hershesons has to offer and I'll definitely be looking out for more of their products! Oh and if you're wondering, I tried to copy this hairstyle, although with a bit more of a 'messy' edge!
What do you think? Have you tried Hershesons before?