Another weekend has flown by and Monday, we meet again! Today I will apologise in advance to any of my none-blonde hair followers because this post might not be to helpful for you! Sowwwwi! However if you have blonde hair, listen up! After recently having a full head of highlights and giving my dull-ish hair some life, I have changed up my routine to ensure it stays bright, blonde, healthy and with-out brassy tones! Here is what I've been using and whats been working for me!
Pro:Voke - Touch Of Silver Shampoo & Conditioner
This has been the most important change for me in terms of having white/blonde highlights. My hair ALWAYS turns brassy (yellow tones) after a few weeks, and I have found this has been the best thing to neutralise that. I have been using the Shampoo & Conditioner once or twice a week since and I honestly cannot tell you the difference it makes to my hair. Every time I dry my hair after using this combo, my hair looks instantly brighter, whiter and most of the brassy tones have been banished! I would also like to point out how affordable these products are - you can get them at Boots and they actually currently on offer, so there couldn't be a more perfect time for you to try them out! Shampoo Here and the Conditioner Here. If you have white/blonde hair these are a game-changer.
Kiehls - Smoothing Oil-Infused Leave In Concentrate
I'm not going to harp on about this product TOO much because I already blabbed all about how wonderful it is in a posthere, but I couldn't miss it out completely! To sum it up as quickly as possible - YOU NEED THIS PRODUCT Because A. It smells amazing, B. It keeps the ends of my hairs in good condition. C. It gives moisture to your hair. And D. It smooths frizziness! I can't see you needing anymore reasons than that, so you can pick it up here for £20.00
TIGI Violet Mask for Blondes & Highlights
I have been using this Mask in between using the Pro:Voke Shampoo & Conditioner, I have found that it gives it a bit of a boost in-between those washes and it also helps nourish and moisturise the hair. Sometimes toning shampoos/conditioners can dry your hair out so this has been ensuring it gives my hair the moisture back it needs. I leave it on my hair for around 15 minutes to ensure it's really soaking in before rinsing. I have found that my hair feels healthier and softer after use. It's currently on salehere for £8.40.
Finally. how could I do a hair-care post with-out including me everyday go to essential for my hair! My Tangle-teezer is my ride or die and I simply cannot imagine doing my hair with-out it! Obviously this works on other coloured hair and not just blonde, but I do find that because lightening your hair obviously isn't great for it, this helps to keep my hair in good condition because it doesn't pull on my hair as much as normal hair brushes would. The compact size also means that they're perfect for travelling and the bristles are easy to clean which is always a bonus. I can promise you that if you try a Tangle Teezer you will NEVER look back! You can check out the full range here and find the colour that tickles your fancy! Let me know how you get on!
I hope my tips will help at least one of you blondes! I'd love to hear what you guys use on your blonde hair?
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