Would I recommend? Yes
Hair Condition: Dry/Damaged
Hair Type: Fine/Thin
I have been getting blonde foils in my hair for at least 2 years now. A lot of you would know how damaging this can be to your hair. However, seeing as I love being blonde or at least having highlights, I have found a few products that my make life a lot easier & thought I would share!
In the interest of full disclosure, I will tell you that this week I didn’t wash my hair all week *gasp!*. I went to gym most days so I just used dry shampoo as I didn’t see the point in washing, drying and straightening just to ruin it the next day. [I can’t be alone here]
So on the weekend I ended up going swimming while house sitting for my parents. I lost my hair tie while in the pool and my hair is quite long and already gets knotty just from damage. By the time I got out of the pool my hair felt awful. Very dry, and almost like I couldn’t even stroke over my head without it catching or gripping. I immediately got in the shower to sort this mess out. I shampooed twice and it still felt yuck. I grabbed my TONI&GUY Nourish Reconstruction hair mask and applied a generous amount covering every inch of my hair. I have used this mask for some time now, but this instance reminded me of why I continue to repurchase this product (I think this is my 6th tub). I took this opportunity to scrub away at my fake tan while allowing the hair mask to get to work. I left it in for at least 15 minutes and when I rinsed it out I let out a big sigh of relief, running my fingers through my now soft and silky hair, it felt like brand new. I sleep easier knowing this stuff is in my house, just sitting there ready to fix whatever I decide to get up to the next day whether it be spending far too long in the pool or not washing my hair for a week.
Picture of my natural hair (without extensions after using this mask.
I have recommended this mask to so many of my friends and family members and I will continue to do so.
Word of Warning:
Make sure you rinse the bottom of your shower after using this, as it can make your tiles slippery!
I hope this was helpful!