Hey peeps, happy Fri-yay. Sorry it’s become a little quiet on my end, I’ve had a bit of a stressful week, you honestly couldn’t write my life at times I tell ya. If anyone’s looking for a clumsy / stressful / forgetful lead role for a very boring sitcom, hit me up.
Today’s post comes as a bit of a unusual one for me, I don’t think I’ve ever posted about my hair. Like ever. It’s literally my prized posession so even I’m shocked at that (even though it’s in absoloute desperate need for a trim, please don’t judge me bcos I’m judging myself trust me)
As you all probably know from my endless amount of selfies on instagram, I like to experiment with my hair quite a fair bit. Around half of my hair is bleached blonde, because I had a very long, boring, ombre look for quite some time. I grew tired of that look pretty much instantly and then realised blonde is an absolute bugger to cover up. So nine times out of ten, whenever I dyed over my hair everything was peachy dandy for a few weeks and I’d wake up one day and boom, the blonde was back.
So rather than relentlessly dyeing my hair until it’s all gangly and straw-like, I’ve been scouting for ways to rejuvenate the blonde and make it a little more vibrant. Thank god for Colour:Vibe. The hair fairies over at Colour Vibe have miraculously found a way to keep my hair looking beautifully vibrant and it’s so simple to use – even an idiot like me can do it.
These clever little bottles of hair dye act as a shampoo so you can cleanse, tone and care for your hair in your normal hair routine. I’ve currently been switching between Warm Mahogany and Warm Copper Gold to ensure my colour stays vibrant, it’s sort of like a “your hair, but ten times better” moment I’m currently in the middle of. I get so giddy when it comes to washing my hair and giving it a blow dry to see the results because it’s so instant.
Admittedly, at first I was sceptical, but after building up the colour through several uses I started to notice a huge difference and since it’s only £2.99 a bottle, It’s such an inexpensive way of colouring your hair. Not only that, I was so sick and tired of ruining my hair through bleach and poor colourants that it’s so refreshing to be using a dye that’s kind to my hair as it colours, since it’s free from ammonia, peroxide and all that nonsense.
Thank you so much to the lovely Niamh at BrandNation for letting me test your wonderful products, I’d honestly recommend them to anyone in need of a colour boost!
What’s your vibe? Thanks for reading! X