Caring for my blonde locks

Ever since I was little, I spent my days watching Barbie programmes and movies, I dreamt of having blonde hair like her and I have been blonde a fair few times.
I have always coloured my hair myself, and most of the time, it has gone terribly wrong! I damaged my hair really bad trying to go blonde, but I always refused to pay and get it done properly in the hair dressers.
The last few years I have been going blonder and blonder. Every few months I have a full head of highlights by my amazing hair dresser. My hair has gone so much healthier from getting it done properly by a qualified hair dresser.

So, I am going to share with you a few tips and products I use to keep my hair healthy and from looking brassy!..
When I wash my hair I just use a normal shampoo and conditioner, I like to change them every few weeks too. When I shampoo my hair I add a blob of Bleach London Silver Shampoo, this dismisses any brassy tones I may have in my hair, especially underneath. I have to add it to normal shampoo because I once used it on its own and it made my hair blue along with my hands and shower certain! ooops!!
After that I like to use the John Frieda Sheer Blonde Leave-in Conditioner. This smells amazing, I love the John Frieda products and i'm so lucky they sell them at my local boots. I spray this onto my hair when it is clean and damp, I do not rinse it out.
My hair goes very frizzy when I blow dry it so I just squirt one pump on John Frieda Frizz Ease into the palm of my hands and work my way from the root down.
With being blonde when using hair dryers and heating tools on my hair, it can damage it quite a lot, so I spray the Head & Shoulders Extra Strengthening Tonic all over, so it minimises the damage.
Once my hair is dried and straightened, I squirt one pump of John Freida Frizz Ease Touch-up Creme onto my hands and carefully transfer it threw my hair, this makes my blonde locks look shiny and healthy, also making sure it smells amazing!

You should be able to get all of these products at your local boots store or online.


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