It’s been a hectic few days for me. I arrived back from Cyprus yesterday at 4.30am which was 6.30am for what I was used to. The day passed in a busy blur after trying to sort out bits for my niece’s birthday on Thursday and grabbing some last minute bits for Glastonbury.
Today seems to be racing by and I still need to pack, trial putting the tent up and see my grandad who is coming for me in half and hour.
I just wanted to share with you my new hair and though I’d review the product I used too. I promised my brother’s now wife I would have normal hair for their wedding so a few weeks ago had it put back blonde. You can see the colours my hair has been recently here. I’d been eyeing up the toning conditioners for a while and thought they’d be great for Glastonbury as I could have normal hair again for their wedding reception in a few weeks as they only last 3-5 washes. Perfect for anyone who just wants a non permanent change.
I was a bit concerned and I’m still not sure it’s right as on the bottle it said soft rose not pastel pink panther. The toning conditioners are only for use on dyed blonde hair. On highlighter hair the highlights take the colour and depending on how bleached the hair is depends on how the bright the colour is. My hair was done over two weeks ago so I left the conditioner on for 15 minutes.
My hair colour before
They are so simple to use. Wash your hair, put the product on directly from the tube and leave for 15 minutes and rinse. I was concerned my hair would be dry and need more conditioning but it was actually really soft feeling.
My hair before wasn’t white blonde so I wasn’t expecting it to come out the colour on the box. I’d love it if it did. I’m pleased with the colour and it has taken really evenly all over bar a patch by my ear. I’m not sure if this is my not applying it properly there or the product. My hair is tempermental with dyes so I’m glad it came out how it did.
Ignore the mess of my hair, I let it dry naturally!
I love the soft pastel colour of it and can’t wait to try the lilac in the range.
Would you consider a temporary change using these?