BLONDES A BITCH

Those who follow me on twitter will know that
I have finally booked a hair appointment!!
MA-JORLY EXCITED doesn't even cover it.
I'm embarrassed to say my last trip to my hairdresser was in September.
Needless to say it reeeeeeeeeeeally needs doing.

I'm not someone who religiously abides by a four/six/eight week rule for getting their roots done and wanted to share my tips and pure adoration for the products that: prolong beautiful blonde locks, remove brassy tones and can highlight natural blonde hair.

I have tried practically every product on the market for blonde hair
discovering an allergy to Pantene in the process.
REDKEN IS WHERE IT IS AT.
I was given their Blonde shampoo (300ml) and conditioner (250ml) as a birthday present - in June, I have approximately three uses left; a great investment product.


Blonde Glam - Shampoo:
'Gently cleanses multi-tonal blondes and refines highlights to revive dimension. Helps eliminate brassiness, clarify colour and reinforce strength.'
Requires two washes; the first cleanses and the second lathers and cleans.

Blonde Glam - Conditioner
'Refines highlights to revived dimensions'

Blonde Glam - Colour Enhancer - Perfect Platinum
'Helps neutralise brassiness and warm tones in ultra-pale to light blonde hair and highlights while infusing strands with moisture'
Simply apply (wearing gloves - it contains a mild bleach) to damp hair and leave on for three minutes. Redken recommend using twice weekly.

The only silver shampoo product I use, which my Mum kindly purchased for me is:
Affinage's White Ice: Blonde Bombshell Shampoo.
'Removes unwanted yellow tones from lightened, natural or sun bleached hair. Can also be used to add a hint of silver to grey hair. Contains UV filters'

*this is not the actual photo of my product as the lighting is very poor in my room

I sometimes overuse this product and end up with a slightly white-grey tint to my hair. (I cannot wait to be 60 and have a perfectly white-grey shoulder bob) but I would recommend using once monthly to lighten roots, remove brassy tones and boost shine. I would warn potential users that the colour of the shampoo is quite intimidating. It is a deep blue almost black purple and feels thick and gloopy, however it does exactly what it says on the bottle and is the best product I've encountered for lightening hair.
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