Lee Stafford CoCo LoCo Range!

Lee stafford coco loco

I’ve tried a lot from Lee Stafford this year but the brand new Coco Loco Range is by far my favourite. As you can probably guess by the title, it’s coconut crazy and it smells incredible.

I love Mousse in my hair to blow-dry in and add some texture before I start to curl but I HATE when the mousse is overpowering and makes my hair feel crap. We’ve all been there, right? I find the Coco Loco Mousse at £5.99 to be perfect, plus it’s rather comforting to smell coconut whilst blow drying instead of burning hair.

Unfortunately I did find that the dry shampoo was a little too moisturising and didn’t try my hair out enough, but I did try it on severely greasy hair so it was a tough test. I did feel that it looked okay but it felt so wrong, so soft and slippery. Not a texture that I could actually work with so it’s definitely more of a ‘hair up’ dry shampoo, than one that you can work with after.

The Hairspray really is the best part of this collection. It contains silk proteins to make the hair feel silky soft and UV absorbers, music to my pink-dyed ears! Not only that but the hold is pretty incredible, and HOURS later I started moving my fringe around and even my friend could notice the coconut spelling product. I have a thing about smelling nice and this ticks all my boxes.

Overall I can’t recommend the range enough.

Lee Stafford also sent me a Chopstick Styler to review but with my chronic back pain, I can’t hold my hands up long enough to do it myself so I’m trying to bribe someone. I’ll Instagram, tweet and update this post the split second I’ve tried it, but knowing Lee Stafford, it’s probably amazing too. Plus it’s £19.99!

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Buy the Hairspray from Boots.
Buy the mousse.
Buy the dry shampoo.





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  • I hope you can get someone to give you a hand with the chopstick styler, I’m really intrigued to see how it looks and how you style your hair with it. I would try and suggest something you could do with the pain to help but really in order to do your with a tool like that there’s no choice but to have a hold a pose is there 🙁

    Mel ★ http://www.meleaglestone.co.uk

    • Georgina

      That’s why I’m not even going to attempt to do it myself! Finger’s crossed it’ll be soon, I’m so excited to have massive curly hair! xx

  • I do like the sound of the hairspray. I only really tend to use hairspray when I curl my hair to try and stop the curls dropping but I hate if it then makes my hair at all crunchy or crispy. A coconut scent is also always a big plus for me x

    Becky @ The Little Blog of Beauty