Charles Worthington Strength And Repair Split Ends Binder Review

Sunday, 7 December 2014

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If you dye or style your hair on a regular basis, you may find your hair in need of a little helping hand every so often to tame those split ends in between trims at the salon. I bleach and curl my hair and it would be madness to say that my hair is in perfect condition - it's far from it, but the Charles Worthington Strength & Repair Split Ends Binder* may just be the product that every girl needs in her hair care collection to cheat the appearance of perfect hair.

At £5.99 The Split Ends Binder is more of an affordable keeping up appearances product, rather than a fix all - what I mean by that is that it's not going to solve the underlying cause of the split ends, but it can improve the appearance of those already there and offer them a helping hand to ensure they don't get worse by protecting it. 

It's super simple to use, and I apply it into towel dried, freshly washed hair and blow dry as usual. I've found that once dry, the product doesn't leave a residue, however it does take slightly longer to dry my hair after using this product. 

It's surprising the difference that one little product can make to your hair, and well and truly love using this product to keep unruly split ends under control, and It's certainly earned it's place in my hair care collection.

I'm always on the look out for product recommendations for hair care, so let me know your favourite split ends remedy in the comments,
Em xxx

*PR Sample


  1. Great post - always good to keep those ends in check!


  2. my hair is in desperate need of this, I will have to give it a try!
    Eilidh from Velvet-Winter

  3. Sounds fab, I love Charles Worthington :)

    Sophie x

  4. This sounds great, thanks for the tip! I'll be giving this a try!
    Sophie x

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