The new Disney Princess hair care range from H&A features seven Disney Princesses, each with their own hair care needs! We were sent some samples including hypoallergenic shampoos, conditioners and detangle sprays to try out and some lovely Princess Party bags. This got us thinking about what each Princess would need in her party bag.
Little I is 2 and was very excited by the Princess range which features Belle, Ariel, Rupunzel, Jasmine and Cinderella. Usually she screams and shouts when I try and was her hair at bathtime but that has all changed now we are using the Princess Shampoo and Conditioner. The mild and gentle formula is tear free and can be used everyday. It smells divine and I love the dispensing tube which give a steady stream of product without blobbing a big lump onto her head. We decided that Ariel needs a hairbrush in her party bag instead of a Dinglehopper, Cinderella a watch to help her keep track of midnight, Belle a map to help her find her way home from the castle and Jasmine needs some food for her pet Tiger. And, most importantly, they should all have sweets!
5yr old Little E was instantly drawn to the Frozen range. She is obsessed with Elsa so no surprises there! This range features hypoallergenic Shampoo and Conditioner, Detangler Spray and a Quick Dry Spray. We had a think about what Elsa and Anna would like to receive in their party bags. Little E pointed out that Elsa doesn't need a wand but Anna doesn't have any magic so she should get one in her party bag so she can be magic too! They should also both have snowflake crowns and Anna should have some hairbands for her plaits.
As you can tell from the photos above both my girls have crazy curly hair which is hard to control, especially at the end of the day. Little E come home from school looking like she has been dragged through a hedge! So anything which helps me tame it is a godsend. Both the Frozen and Princess ranges feature a detangle spray which can be used wet or dry in between washes to help get rid of the knots and de-frizz the hair. They smell really fruity and for once my girls don't mind having their hair brushed! My only criticism is that it sprays in a jet rather than a mist, so you tend to get wet patches rather than overall coverage.
I was intrigued by the Frozen Quick Dry Spray and wasn't very confident that it would work but it is great on Little E's curly hair which looks best when combed through, scrunched and left to dry naturally. Her hair did seem to dry quicker and it looked better than usual. The spray nozzle on this product is much better providing a even mist of serum.
New Disney Princess hair care products are available from Tesco's and Sainsbury's priced £2 each
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