My Thoughts On Lee Stafford's Bigger, Fatter, Fuller Hair Range


I'm going to get straight to the unfortunate truth about my hair, it's everything you don't want... It's frizzy, dry, flat and pretty thin, I know poor me lol. So when the Lee Stafford BiGGer, FATTer, Fuller Hair range* dropped through my letterbox, I couldn't wait to try it out and see if it would work wonders on my hair.

I received the BiGGer, FATTer, Fuller Shampoo, Conditioner and also the Plumping Cream. First of all which I was really happy about it that they smell the same as the AirDry Range I reviewed a few months ago, I'm rubbish at describing scents but it's not too floral but not too masculine, it's just somewhere in between and I really like it - like I said in my AirDry review, if it was a perfume, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.

Obviously, the first product I tried is the BiGGer, FATTer, Fuller Shampoo*. I have started to shampoo my hair twice again (like how you're "supposed" to) just because I can see a difference when I shampoo just the once and when I double up on shampoo. So I've also been double shampooing whilst using the BiGGer, FATTer, Fuller shampoo, it lathers up really nicely and feels nice. The one thing I will say is to not go overboard on the amount of product you use because like other shine-adding shampoos it can make your hair look too shiny and almost a little greasy if you apply too much. 

The BiGGer, FATTer, Fuller Conditioner* is a nice consistency as it's not too creamy but it's creamy enough if that makes sense. I only leave it on for about 2-3 minutes and my hair already feels like it's had a good conditioning after rinsing out the product. It's definitely a good one to use if you're in a rush. 


The Plumping Cream* is a great travel-friendly product because it's one of those products you can squeeze in your bag somewhere if needed. It's got a pump applicator which I personally prefer. I use about 3-4 pumps and then spread it all over the palm of my hands and then get right in the roots of my hair and then blow dry my hair. It definitely gives my hair a nice natural looking lift. 

Overall I do like the products, I'm still a little on the fence about the shampoo because it's very easy to apply too much and then it makes my hair looks too shiny/a little greasy. The conditioner is nice, it definitely makes my hair feel soft and easy to work with and I really like the plumping cream, it gives me enough natural lift at my roots without having to put any effort in, apart from blow drying which I think is great.

You can pick up the BiGGer, FATTer, Fuller Shampoo and Conditioner for £6.99 each here and the BiGGer, FATTer, Fuller Plumping Cream for £7.99 here.


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1 comments:

  1. I swear by Lee Stafford products! I had an awful experience at the hairdressers and the lady cutting my hair got super scissor happy and chopped off way more than I had asked. I was distraught! So I tried Lee Stafford's hair growth range, and it worked absolute wonders! My hair was slowly but surely back to it's long length in no time. I'm all for products that give my hair a bit of volume - so these sound great. You may notice more of a difference with the shampoo as you continue to use it - it'll be when you switch to using another shampoo or something hehe!
    Amber | www.amberatlanta.blogspot.co.uk

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