Friday, 6 May 2011

Repair damaged, overprocessed hair after bleaching!

New video up on YouTube, go check it out if you haven't already. And, please subscribe if you like it :)



Products mentioned:
Olive oil
Bed Head Tigi - Dumb Blonde treatment
KMS Colour vitality Blonde treatment
Schwarzkopf Bonacure Repair Rescue treatment
Lee Stafford Hair Growth treatment
Kerastase Reflection Chroma Riche
Lee Stafford Bleach Blondes moisturising treatment
Lush Marilyn
Kerastase Resistance Ciment Thermique
Redken Extreme Anit Snap
John Frieda Sheer Blonde

Katey
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9 comments:

  1. Story of my life! Thanks for the post!

    Btw Im running my first giveaway - feel free to enter!

    Blog: www.saidshewhat.blogspot.com

    Twitter: @cjread

    xCx

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  2. What I've been using for iron and styling treated hair are Aussie products - they give you really, really smooth hair.

    Also, TRESemmé products are a winner for the daily treatment - I read recently that beauty scientists (or someone like that :P) said that TRESemmé conditioners have the same ingredients like these from the highest shelves.

    The Rainforest hair mask from Body Shop is also good for the ends. I don't use it for all of the hair, because it gets greasy. X

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  3. great video!!!! and nice blog :)

    Kisses from Poland!

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  4. @WhatSheSaid Will deffo check out your giveaway :) xx
    @MademoiselleLala I just bought my first Aussie product :). Thank you so much for letting me know about TRESemme..haven't used much by them - will pick up one of their masks next time i'm out of a product.xx
    @Claudia Thank you sweety!xx

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  5. great post!!!! nice blog too!

    xoxo jenna
    http://thepetiteblog.blogspot.com

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  6. @ThePetiteBlogger Thanks

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  7. Fab video but terrible for my bank balance haha! I'm definitely ordering some Kerastase products and the TIGI dumb blonde! Where do you order them from or do you buy from salons? [sorry if you say it in the video, I watched this video the other day and my youtube is playing up!]

    xx

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  8. @Charlotte Thank you! Erm..I usually buy from feelunique.com now. Or TJ Hughes has Tigi products for cheaper. I used to get from hqhair.com till they stopped selling certain brands and I realised how much more expensive they are.xx

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