Current Hair Care Routine

Saturday, 17 September 2016
At the moment I have bleached blonde hair with my natural brunette roots. I have actually been colouring my hair since I was 16; I get bored very easily and like testing out different colours and experimenting. Seriously, my hair has been red, black, blue, pink, purple and blonde - sometimes all at the same time!

Me & Hair Care

I first started bleaching my hair back in 2013; it went from just a few streaks to a caramel dip dye to what I have now in 2016. That’s 3 years of bleaching my hair which, as any hair enthusiast will know, can leave your hair extremely damaged. My hair also used to be really long but because of the damage caused by all the bleach last year I decided to chop it off into a bob. I still bleached it however it was fresh hair that was being coloured so I’m now making sure I stay on top of my hair care routine to put back in what the chemicals have taken out.

Tigi Catwalk Violet Shampoo & Conditioner

I use the “Fashionista” violet shampoo and conditioner from the Catwalk range by TIGI to get rid of any brassy tones in my blonde hair. I love TIGI as a brand, their products are always good quality and I don’t think they are too expensive either. The shampoos and conditioners always leave my hair feeling so soft and nourished and they smell amazing!

Moroccanoil Treatment

I always make sure I have some Moroccanoil treatment as my hair can’t be without it. Since I first bought it 3 years ago I have used it non stop on my hair. I buy the 25ml bottle which is £13.45, you may think that is a steep price however a little bit goes a long way and I find 25ml can last me months. It depends on how thick and long your hair is; mine is very thick but short at the moment so I don’t use as much as I used to when my hair was longer.

I’m not sure how much longer I’ll stay blonde as there is a lot of up keep to it and can cost a lot especially as my hair is naturally dark brunette. Maybe I’ll have to start thinking about what colour to go next...

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