I have had my hair bleached on the tips for the dip dye look quite a few times, and although all the damaged ends are usually cut off, I do sometimes feel as though it is in need of a rescue remedy when it feels particularly dry.
I always used John Frieda’s brunette range when my hair was dark, so I decided to opt for this Blonde Hair Repair Conditioning Treatment as I thought it was ideally tailored to the ends of my hair now.
The product comes in a tub, which I am not a fan off as it’s difficult to take a little out when you’re in the shower without getting water inside the product, it would be much easier in a bottle. That said, it is quite thick, so perhaps this is why it comes in this kind of container.
The treatment is really creamy and silky feeling, and it feels lovely as you apply it to the hair, the hair instantly feels very smooth. I leave it on for about ten minutes and then wash it off, and the hair still feels silky as you’re washing the product out.
The treatment does give my hair a boost when it has been feeling dry, it’s a great product to have in the cupboard when you’re in need of some rescuing. After using it my hair always feels much softer and silkier.