New this week is my latest pre-wedding obsession: hair masks. The main issue is my fear of Chilean hairdressers, which means I'm holding out on a cut until I'm back in London in July.
Five months before the wedding isn't the time to risk a new haircut, or anything that vaguely resembles a mullet. And before anyone gets indignant, I'm sure there are some great Chilean hairdressers out there, but we've all seen mullets and they're pretty much the norm here, so I'm not going to risk it, not even for double caramel chocolate biscuit.
As I'm holding out on the scissors, my soon-to-be-straggly locks need all the help they can get. So I thought I'd better get a Member of the most Excellent order of the British Empire on the case.
Prescribing Moroccanoil Hydrating Mask Light, Errol Douglas, MBE, said: "As well as helping to restore moisture, this mask contains an element of protein that will help strengthen your hair. There's a weightlessness to the consistency and it delivers an incredible boost to condition."
Moisture, strength, condition. Great. Done. July isn't that long to wait for a cut, is it? Even when my last one was January… Surely a few split ends are better than a mullet?