As I've mentioned many times before, my hair is one of my main loves in life. I love looking after it and trying out new styles, and haircare is one of the most important parts of my daily routine. Your hair can change the way you look instantly, so I try my hardest to keep it in the best condition possible. Some of you know that my hair isn't naturally blonde. I've been having it coloured at salons since I was 12 (crazy I know) so the upkeep of it is so important to me. This is where the Twice a Week Brightening Shampoo from Pro:Voke comes into things.
I picked up this silver shampoo back in November I think. Silver shampoo's help to take the brassiness out of coloured hair, especially blonde or grey hair and gives it a more natural, shiny look to it. It is so easy to be put off by the horrific bright colour of this shampoo - I was too! But, trust me on this one..it does work it's magic! I sometimes use this more than twice a week, as my hair is heavily dyed, and I leave it on for about 5 minutes, massage into the scalp and rinse out. Personally, I saw a difference in my hair colour in about 2 washes, which I think is amazing. It just means I can have a more natural, blonde finish that doesn't look orange or brass like in any form. I know a lot of people with dyed hair use this..brunettes also, so don't be put off by the label which says for 'grey, white or platinum blonde hair'.
Now, the range from Pro:Voke is extensive, but I only use the Twice A Week Brightening Shampoo as it seems to give me the results I want from it, plus I love my Tigi shampoo and conditioners. I haven't heard any horror stories of it turning anyone's hair violet either, which is good news. Before this, I used to use 'Daddy-O' from Lush, but I don't think I'd go back to that. 'Daddy-O' was a lot more expensive for a teeny tiny bottle, and with Pro:Voke, you get more product, and more results. It retails from most good pharmacy's and supermarkets and is usually between £2-£3..an absolute bargain for such amazing results. Plus, the smell of this shampoo is amazing.
Does anyone else use silver shampoos?