Sunday, 30 March 2014

Rough to Smooth

I'm not a beauty blogger and have serious envy of anyone who can photograph their lips, i tried once and 50 pictures later i still hadn't got it right! But i do have a beauty post for you today.
As you may know i dyed my hair recently but to get rid of the neon blue it was before i had to bleach it more than once. This left my hair in really bad condition and i was worried that i had damaged it beyond repair.

I went from neon blue to washed up mermaid which is a much lighter pastel shade. While i was changing my hair colour i thought it would be good to try a new brand and after reading a few reviews on the Bleach London dye i decided to give it a try. The dye itself is very conditioning so that helped with the condition the bleach had left it in but i decided it needed more help.
That's when the Bleach London hair mask came to my rescue, i had picked it up because it was on 3 for 2 when i was buying the dye and i didn't think i would use it. But I'm so glad that i did! 
I used it last weekend, i left it in for 15 minutes then washed it off, not only did it leave my hair super soft but it also didn't fade the colour. A week later my hair is still much softer than it was before (although not as soft as just after the mask) at only £6 i can see this being my hair saving product!
So if you have to bleach your hair and the condition isn't what  it used to be i would recommend giving this a go!

1 comment:

  1. I've never bleached my hair because I'm so scared of damaging my hair, but I really wish there was a way to make my hair a bolder shade of red without doing so. I'm not brave enough to risk the bleach.

    Sounds like this mask is really good. Aussie 3 Minute Miracle always helps to revive my hair when it's not feeling great, and I'd recommend trying it if you haven't already xx


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