I'm sure you have all guessed by now than I am not a natural blonde ( hold the gasps back people, lol).
When I had my long hair cut from below my bra to a bob last year I also made the decision to go to a lighter blonde than I had been previously. My hair after the cut was healthier than it had been in a long long time and split end free. Because I wanted to keep my hair healthy I decided that as well as my usual hair products ( heat protector sprays, Moroccan Oil, conditioning shampoos) I needed to bring in the big guns.
This is Wella Enrich Moisturising Treatment
The Enrich range from Wella is aimed at Dry and Damaged hair. It helps to lock in moisture into the hair and add back hairs natural bounce and in Wella's words Vitality.
I chose the Fine/Normal formula, there is also one for Thick/Course hair. Its a mask treatment, that replaces your normal conditioner. In general you leave it on for a few minutes. I have left it on my hair for up to half an hour before, for that extra burst of moisture. It is designed to be used about once a week. I however have found that I can use this every time I wash my hair (3 times a week on average).
It doesn't weigh my hair down or make it limp and greasy. It leaves my hair soft and silky and feeling very healthy. I have also found that when I use this in the colder weather I don't suffer with static in my hair.
You can see how much of this I have used, this is my 2nd pot!! I run about a 10p size amount through the lengths and ends of my hair.
I really love this hair mask and have found that it helps my bleached blonde hair a great deal.
The Wella Professional Range is available from all good hair salons and costs £10.15RRP
Have you ever tried this hair treatment?
What are your favourite hair masks for coloured, dry hair??