|(Ignore the messy bed. Oh and I've just recently changed my hair colour, as you can see above it's slightly darker, I fancied a change!)|
|Goldwell Full Blonde Shampoo (250ml) and Conditioner (200ml) - via Hairtrade* (Clickable links)|
I wanted to post today about the new shampoo and conditioner I've been trying as of late. They are the Goldwell Full Blonde Shampoo (250ml) and Conditioner (200ml). Goldwell isn't a brand I've previously tried so went into it open minded hoping for great results. As we all know, blonde hair is the most damaged and lacks shine and in my case, is never that soft or luscious really.
The shampoo is a slightly bigger bottle than the conditioner but I've still used a lot more than conditioner, maybe I'm just too carefree with it?! I wash my hair every other day usually, either using dry shampoo in the middle days (which I try not to lately as it's ruined my scalp but that's another story) but at the moment it's still just as fresh on day 2. With this in mind, by the end of my usual 4-5 week cycle of hair colouring, I wasn't even ready for it to be done but I knew if I left it any longer then I would. My roots weren't as bad as they usually are so that for me gets a big thumbs up! I'd advise those of you with blonde hair to make sure to use products tailored for blondes. Usually those products will have chamomile ingredients to keep the hair colour bright and retains the radiance.
So far I've tried these for about a month now and once a week using a deep treatment conditioning mask to keep my hair shiny and smooth. I'm impressed that they've retained my colour for the whole 4 weeks and I've got about 3/4 left of them both. These will last me about 2/3 months but I have recently just bought a 750ml bottle of Tigi's Dumb Blonde shampoo and conditioner as my backup to try.
I would definitely re-purchase these again, The prices and links are below the pictures as always and if you have any questions leave them below and I'll get back to you asap :)
What's your favourite shampoo and conditioner? Do you have any tips to keep blonde hair looking bright?