How to fix Jet-lagged Hair

Been travelling a lot lately and feeling strain on your strands? No one likes tired and dry hair, especially when you’ve just landed in a new city and want to look like your most fabulous self. Over the years I’ve tried and tested many products, but these are my absolute faves. I don’t travel anywhere without a skincare regime, so why wouldn’t I travel without the best hair products to keep my locks looking fab, too!? Here are the best jet-lagged hair remedies money can buy.

How to fix Jet-lagged Hair

Gisou Honey Hair Perfume, $85

If you love sweet smelling locks as much as you love the look of them, look no further than the honey-infused Gisou range. These products are the best in the business if you want silky smooth strands.

Ouai Dry Shampoo, $28

Dry shampoo has become the not so secret weapon against the case of jetlag. After trying and testing many of dry shampoos over the year, I’ve decidedly proclaimed Ouai the best smelling, best performing dry shampoo. It smells heavenly and constantly attracts compliments.

Gisou Hair Mask, $68

Rich in minerals, oils, amino acids and antioxidants, the Gisou hair mask is a fast tracked way to achieve luscious locks overnight. Try using the mask the night you land in a new country and leave it in for at least 20 minutes before rinsing.

France Luxe Hair Clip, $28

Not only good for your hair but good for your facial health, a luxe hair clip is a must in your travel pack. The France Luxe range are sturdy and reliable and I never go anywhere without one. These clips will keep unwanted germs off your face and keep your skin fresh, too.

Brooke Saward
Brooke Saward

Brooke Saward founded World of Wanderlust as a place to share inspiration from her travels and to inspire others to see our world. She now divides her time between adventures abroad and adventures in the kitchen, with a particular weakness for French pastries.

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