I'm not particularly fussy when it comes to shampoos and conditioners, in fact I'm not really a hair product person at all. Before I dip-dyed my hair I would just use a volumising shampoo as my hair is fine and can sometimes look flat with a conditioner and that would be it. I'd try to put some Moroccan Oil on the ends as often as I could remember but it wasn't really necessary as I rarely use heat on my hair so I'd just let it air dry do it's own thing.
Now that I have dip-dyed my hair, I do tend to want to look after my hair more as the ends have bleach in them so do need a bit more attention. These two products are the Richard Ward, 'The Chelsea Collection' Keratin Sleek Shampoo and Conditioner*. I was interested in seeing how these work as I've used smoothing and de-frizzing hair products in the past and they have not worked for me at all and have made my hair feel weighed down and look greasy.
First of all, they smell lovely and fresh and thankfully they do not leave my hair with that horrible heavy feeling. Both products leave my hair feeling smooth and also help my hair to not have that annoying after-wash fluffy, frizzy feel. Another bonus, is that both the Richard Ward shampoo and conditioner have locked in heat and UV protection so that's amazing if you forget to add a heat protectant after washing as you're already guaranteed that protection! Both products are, £5.99 and you can purchase here.