|Lightening Spray and Lightening Conditioner.|
But what I want to talk to you about if specifically for blonde-haired ladies. John Frieda Sheer Blonde Go Blonder. Now, I am always changing my mind about what lighter and darker blonde hair, and lets face, being blonde ain't cheap. So when I saw a fellow blogger absolutely loving this 'Go Blonder' lightening spray I knew I had to try it out. It's under €11, so I figured if it worked, Great, cheap lightening of hair, and if it didn't, hey its only €11 right?? And so far, LOVING IT!!!
I have been really concentrating on the ends of my hair, and I am definently noticing the difference. Now I have been using the 'Go Blonder' Lightening Conditioner first, washing it out of my hair, then towel drying my hair and spraying root to tip and then extra sprays at the tips. Now it's not a massive difference yet, but after only a couple of uses I have noticed a difference, so I can only imagine what will happen in another few uses.
I am really liking this product so far. I decided to buy the smaller conditioner, it was only €3, and I thought if I didn't like it I could always throw it by the wayside. But I am liking everything about it so far. the smell if quite nice and easy, nothing too heavy, which is good, 'cos I woould always be afraid of taking reactions to things like this because of my stupid sensitive skin. But everything is A-OK so far.
So, if you blonde, looking for a cheaper alternative to highlights or colouring in the hairdressers, I am fully recommending this product. It does make a difference and will keep your hair looking brighter and lightened inbetween visits to your hairdressers!
P.s. I've had loads of compliments asking whether I'd gotten my hair done so thumbs up to this! I'll keep you posted....
Thanks for reading,