Wardrobe maintenance and haircare to boost volume. It is that time of year again when I normally do what I call a wardrobe swap over. In other words, I pack away my summer cottons and linens and unpack my thick woollies. My thicker sweaters were all dry-cleaned and packed away in special containers. Amazon does some good ones with handles. Having given my sweaters a light press I then hang them up in my gorgeous new walk-in wardrobe. When we moved house it was the one thing we treated ourselves to. I have always wanted a walk-in wardrobe so we got a specialist company to build one for us. Image below.
Now I have to ensure that all my precious clothes are protected from the dreaded moths. Each year they seem to get more prolific. The wardrobes in our rental house last year were full of moths and it was a constant battle to keep our clothes protected. I had to send several sweaters to be repaired. See this previous post for information on where I had two of my cashmere cardigans repaired.
Clothes Doctors provide the ideal products to keep all your clothes in tip-top condition. I was sent a selection of their products to test (gifted). I love the clothes care sprays. I spritzed some on my sweaters and they smelt so fresh. Particularly the knitwear mist in cedarwood and vanilla.
Wardrobe maintenance and haircare to boost volume
The second subject I want to cover today is thinning hair and how to manage it. Luckily I have had thick hair for most of my life, due to my family’s genetic lottery. There is not much you can do about hereditary factors. However, I have noticed that as the years pass my hair has begun to lose some of its thickness.
I have recently been testing (gifted) hair products by Vheria and have been using all three of their products for the last few weeks.
The Vheria products definitely seem to be making a difference to my hair. My husband recently commented that it was looking more “bouncy”
Three volumising hair care products in a handy travel bag from Vheria.