If you love Soap & Glory body care, then you’ll love the new 11-piece collection. Here are our top picks

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From Zara’s new matte lipsticks  to Lidl’s hair collaboration with Christina Aguilera , recent beauty launches have been refreshingly bank balance (and therefore, January) friendly. Thank goodness. And Soap & Glory has followed suit by launching 11 brand new hair products  that start from just £7. I put some of the products to the test at this week's launch (see below for my picks).

They join the brand's existing dry shampoo and cover a variety of hair needs. Think of it as Soap & Glory body care for your head - the scents, names, formulas and fun flair that have seen its products garner such a loyal following have been cleverly transferred from limbs to lengths. Comprising of shampoos, conditioners and styling products, they’re all about providing quick and easy ways to fight everyday hair conundrums, whether that’s humidity-induced frizz, dullness, brassiness or dryness.

Here’s the full line-up. Chances are you’ll take as much joy reading the names as I did typing them.

Wonder Serum , £7.50 - the hero of the range, a 10-in-1 multi-tasking spray that tackles, frizz, tangles and dryness. It can be used on both wet and dry hair and contains moringa seed and vanilla.

Wonditioner , £9 - an intensive pink clay mask created for especially parched hair.

Pink Big Weightless Shampoo  and Conditioner  (£7 each) - designed for those seeking volume at the roots and moisture at the ends thanks to the use of pomegranate seed and quinoa extract.

N-Ice and Bright Shampoo , £7 - a tone-correcting purple shampoo containing raspberry fruit vinegar. One for blondes looking to fight brassiness.

Junk The Gunk Deep Cleansing Shampoo , £7.50- - contains exfoliating apricot seeds and charcoal to help lift away product build-up from scalp and lengths.

Get A Smooth On Shampoo  and Conditioner , (£7 each) - containing oils and butters, it’s formulated for those with thick, frizz-prone hair.

Control Sleek , £9 - a heat-activated smoothing cream that’s enriched with moringa seed oil, grapefruit and lemon.

Split Happens , £7.50 - a nourishing styling oil that helps to improve the appearance of damaged ends.

Fresh Hair Supply , £7.50 - a budget hair perfume for days when a hair wash is overdue (we’ve all been there).

Our top picks

No-fuss and no-nonsense, the range offers up some particularly great options for the time-poor and those looking for fast and effective ways to address dryness and dullness. The fragrances won’t appeal to everyone, but if you love those of the body care line, then you’ll find great pleasure in being able to dose your hair in the same. I particularly liked the multi-use prowess of the Wonder Serum , the frizz-control of Control Sleek  (apply a small amount first and build up gradually to avoid greasy hair) and the hydration of Wonditioner  (which is like the hair equivalent of the brand’s much-loved Righteous Body Butter).

What’s more, all of the products are available on an introductory offer of a third off at Boots right now. There’s never been a better time to try it out.

Shop the full range here.

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