If there’s one thing you guys should know about me it’s that I am always changing my hair colour. Over the past year or so I’ve been various shades of blonde and ombre but now that autumn/winter weather is creeping in it’s got me in the mood for something very different altogether.
Now, I knew that I didn’t want to go even blonder right now – let’s wait til next summer though, eh – actually, my goal wasn’t to drastically change the colour of my hair but to even it out ahead of a whole new shade that I’m aiming for this season and the Maximum Lightening Spray* seemed ideal!
You use the spray after you wash your hair with a clarifying shampoo and after three applications you should see a gradual lift, even more so if heat is applied after use. Now, I can probably guess what you’re thinking, yikes, a lightening product + heat = fried hair and I’m not going to lie, I spread out the three applications over a couple of weeks as the thought of frying my roots didn’t appeal to me. However, I was pleasantly surprised by how soft my hair feels after using, although bear in mind I did only spritz this product closer to my roots and kept it entirely away from my ends.
I noticed a visible lift in colour after one application and this product by Jerome Russell definitely helped to even out the colour, giving me a much better base for my next colour which I’m very excited to be having done by the lovely Holly at Leo Bancroft’s salon in Weybridge. I shall keep my plans under wraps until Tuesday 20th but if you follow me on Pinterest you can probably tell the gorgeous shade that I’m hoping to achieve *insert smiling devil emoji here*.
The BBlonde range is so extensive and I definitely recommend it if you’re thinking of going blonde this season, however, if you’re looking for something less intense then the Lightening Spray is the one to go for to enhance highlights or keep your ombre looking fresh. Team it with one of their awesome toners – either a natural shade or be daring and go for a pretty pink – for a completely finished look!