If you follow me on Instagram - link :) you may have seen i have recently changed my hair. I wanted something darker but i didn't want to fully convert to a brunet - im just not that daring yet! So i decided on this...
I dyed the top of my hair a really dark blonde and lightened the ends, so yeah i went blonde ombré. Its not exactly how i wanted it but i did it myself and i think its the best i could have done!
For colouring i used L'Oreal Colour Préférence in Rimini for the top and Schwarzkopf Blonde Ultime 12-0 xtra light natural blonde for the ends.
I use the same shampoo and conditioner which is the Gariner Ultimate Blends in The Sleek Restorer and The Silky Smoother which you can read about here - Link. The little editions that have found there way into my hair care routine are The L'Oréal Elvive ExtraOrdinary Oil Nourishing Mask Balm. Quite a mouth full i will admit but this has worked wondered for my hair since colouring it. The masque is super thick and clings to the hair. I apply this after shampooing and conditioning my hair from root to tip and leave it on a good five minutes whilst i wash and once rinsed it left my hair super silky and detangled it is fast becoming one of my favorites! A very similar product my hair has loved is the L'Oréal Professional Mythic Oil Masque. I use it in the exact same way i do the ExtraOrdinary Oil masque and the results are more or less exact so i would recommend either of those two.
I said in a previous post that i am a bit lazy when i comes to using a heat protector but because i have coloured my hair more than i usually do i ave been on top of my hair game and started using the VO5 Smoothly Does It Tame and Shine Spray. For me this has worked the best for my hair at keeping those dreaded fly aways to a minimum and it smells incredible.
The final addition to my hair care bunch my Tangle Teezer i wrote about this already here, but since using it more and more i have noticed that my hair has had less breakage which for me any brush that does whats its supposed to and more is a winner in my books.
What are your hair care staples?