22.8.12

Bblonde Powder Bleach and Cream Peroxide


As a child I had really light blonde hair, it was near enough white but as I've got older my hair has got darker and is now a mucky blonde colour which looks grey and I hate it. For about 10 years now I have dyed my hair lighter blonde which, although I have light hair anyway, is very hard. No matter which hair colour I chose it would go orange, then yellow and then too light. 

When Bblonde offered to send me out their products to try I jumped at the chance. Maybe for the first time in 10 years my hair would go the right colour first time. 
The box of powder bleach actually comes with 4 sachets. You only need to use one sachet per bottle of cream peroxide but if you have longer hair, like me, you'd be best to use 2 sachets with 2 bottles of cream peroxide. to cover the whole of your hair. It also comes with instructions on how to test your hair and skin before use and about how to apply it and how long to keep it on. 

The colour was actually very easy to spread onto my hair and socked in very well, almost immediately I could see my hair changing colour which I was surprised at as usually it takes a while for my hair to take to the dye. I left it on for 30 minutes but for darker hair it can be left for upto an hour. I washed it off thoroughly  and left it to dry naturally overnight. Waking up in the morning I couldn't believe the colour, a perfect blonde! Not orange, yellow or too light but perfect.



I'm so happy with how my hair looks and cannot believe that I've never tried Jerome Russell's Bblonde range before but from now on will be using it for perfect coloured hair.


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The Bblonde range can be purchased from Boots, Superdrug, Lloyds Pharmacy, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons. 

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  1. Wonda Harlow15:13

    I love that colour, it really suits you

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  2. Wow, it looks lovely! I've been trying to go lighter for ages without success so may have to give this a go!

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