BLONDE GONE YELLOW? WE GOT YOU!
This past Summer we've been invited to Headmasters salon to try this new product from Kérastase to help keep our blonds in tip-top shape during our holidays and in our everyday lives in general. The experts at Headmasters showed us how easy it is to use, and told us all we needed to know about the product. I (Zsanett) was truly impressed by how easy it is to apply, you literally just have to mix a little into your hair mask or conditioner once a week.
It helps protect, prolong and correct your hair colour. Kérastase Reflection Touche Chromatique comes in three different options, I have 'Cool Blonde', a colour-correcting hair dye formula. You can also find one that is for 'Cool Brown' and 'Red' hair as well.
The 'ink-in-care' formula helps to correct your blonde hair, it neutralises unwanted brassiness and yellow shades to restore bright, radiant cool tones back into your blonde locks. It really does.
MIX IT IN YOUR CONDITIONER
Mix 10 pumps of Touche Chromatique in 15ml of Fondant Chromatique or Masque Chromatique. Apply to shampooed and towel-dried hair. Massage lengths and tips and leave on for 5 minutes. Rinse thoroughly.
Use 15 days after your last hair colouring. Very important that the mixture must be used immediately and cannot be stored.
AFTER JUST ONE USE
So unfortunately I've lost the photos of my own hair that I took back then, but I have an even better proof for you that it works. My friend has gone to a super expensive hair salon in Rome and had her hair dyed blonde from light brown, and as you can see in the photos that she took right at the salon, her hair came out pretty yellow. So when we met shortly after her return I suggested Kérastase Reflection Touche Chromatique in 'Cool Blonde' and look what happened after only one use! Incredible! She is of course a big fan now and I am so happy I could help her achieve a lovely cool blonde. :)
Hope this helped, please feel free to ask any questions regarding the product, and we'll make sure to get you expert advise from our October Guest Blogger, Siobhan Jones, Colour Ambassador at Headmasters! :)