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    I Used The Viral TikTok Dream Lengths Products On My Split Ends, And Here's What Happened

    Let's put them to the test!

    📱 If you're a serial TikTok scroller, you've probably seen the 'dream lengths' products on your for you page. As someone with annoyingly oily roots and extremely dry ends, I'm often skeptical about haircare products. But, never one to miss out on the hype, I thought I'd give the famous 'wonder water' and 'no haircut' cream a go. 📱

    ✨ Now, these products have their work cut out thanks to the state of my hair (it was extension-less and in serious need of a trim and a mask at the time of reviewing!). ✨

    👀 First up, the 'wonder water' conditioner for damaged tresses claims to work in affinity with the hair fibre from root to tip. I've heard so many people raving about this that I feel like it's following me round TikTok. 👀

    💇 I'm kinda obsessed with the genius name of the 'no haircut' cream, but does it live up to the hype? As someone who rarely gets a trim, is this about to change my life? 💇

    👱🏻‍♀️ Here are my locks after one use of both products. I don't think the photo is necessarily doing the added shine any justice (cheers dodgy lighting!) but IRL my hair feels softer and less brittle on the ends. 👱🏻‍♀️

    💖 Overall thoughts 💖

    Okay, so I wasn't expecting these lil' products to perform miracles, however I'm pretty impressed with the results. I think considering how little they'll set you back, they perform beyond their price point. I can't say I'll be skipping trims from now on, but I think that the 'no haircut' cream could be great for prolonging a trip to the salon when I'm too busy to grab an appointment!

    I used both products one after the other, so I'll definitely be trialling them separately in future to see which I prefer (I have a sneaking suspicion it's the 'wonder water' at this point!). 

    I think I need to incorporate both items into my haircare routine on a regular basis to see what I think of the results longer-term, however, It's safe to say I'm pretty impressed so far, especially given that both products currently cost less than a fiver each!

    ❓Have you tried the 'wonder water' or 'no haircut' cream? If you give them a go let me know how you get on in the comments!