My wedding is fast approaching and my hair is in tip top condition. Two years ago I decided to chop all of my hair off to a messy lob.
I had that look for about a year so with a year to go to the big day I wanted to start growing my hair out. I’m not sure on the style I want for the wedding but I thought more hair is better then no hair to play with right?!?
To all you blondies out there how hard is it to keep your hair in good condition? It’s so hard!!! Colouring dries my thin fluffy hair out a lot. I decided to go to the dream team that is Sassoon on Kings Road to help me grow and keep my hair in the best condition.
So many of you blondes have probably made the same mistake as me over the years….bleach!.
We think ‘oh yes I will just have bleach on my hair that will make it blonde….!’ Well stop right there, yes it makes your hair blonde but it driesyour hair out and if you have fluffy hair like me and you have to put heat on it to tame the fluffy frizz this will break you hair and it will never grow, I learnt the hard way.
My colourist Aaron gave me natural sunkissed blonde hair with a few different colours going though it which I’m loving!And guess what…..no bleach.
I try and pop back to Sassoon every few months to have a treatment on my hair to help with split ends and breakage. My favourite is the luxury treatment, this keeps my hair super soft and it feels great.
I have been getting my hair cut by Natasha for a year and a half now and I would never go with anyone one else. She is amazing and knows exactly what I want. I’m really into the blunt cut now, and it makes my hair took thicker. People think ‘if I get my hair cut it’s not going to grow’ WRONG! Regular trims leave your hair in better condition and helps it grow. I have mine cut every 8 weeks.
It is so important to have good hair products. At the moment I’m using
Shampoo illumintion clean shampoo
Conditioner (I actually use the mask as a conditioner. It hydrate and softens my hair) illuminating restore
Leave in conditioner halo hydrate
Heat protection diamond polish