Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Being a Bleach Blonde Just Got Easier

Lee Stafford Bleach Blondes Tone Correcting Conditioning Spray

Fellow blondes, I'm sure you don't need me to remind you on how much a struggle it is to keep your colour looking fresh and of course warding off brassiness - especially if like myself your hair shade comes courtesy of bleach. Making life a whole a lot easier is the newly launched Lee Stafford Bleach Blondes Tone Correcting Conditioning Spray, a quick and easy way to not only condition your hair but also offers a gentle toning solution too. It's what us blondes have been waiting for.

As you can see Lee Stafford Bleach Blondes Tone Correcting Conditioning Spray is of course a mist in treatment, and much like most (if not all) you apply it to damp, freshly washed hair. The light formulation is quickly absorbed by even the finest of hair textures, offering a non-greasy yet somewhat additional conditioning treatment - perfect for dried out and dare I say damaged bleached locks.

Now a typical leave in conditioner is not why you came here, you want to know to what degree does the Lee Stafford Bleach Blondes Tone Correcting Conditioning Spray colour correct hair and how long does the treatment last per application. If like myself you have fairly porous hair and in the past have experienced, somewhat unintentional lilac tinged hair thanks to a toner, this is the product you have been waiting for. Lee Stafford Bleach Blondes Tone Correcting Conditioning Spray neutralises any yellow and orange tones within bleached hair as well as brightening and over time strengthening the hair. The key phrase here is over time, unlike toning shampoos and less hydrating colour correcting treatments, I have found that this does require a few applications to fully set to work.

The good news is that after around three applications it does do all it promises, yellow tones are softened to a creamier, natural hue, the hair is hydrated and easier to not only style but comb, all without being weighed down. Why have a leave in conditioner that only does one task, when you can brighten and strengthen your hair in one quick mist.

If you are no stranger to the world of hair bleach, you need this.

Lee Stafford Bleach Blondes Tone Correcting Conditioning Spray £8.99/150ml - link.

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  1. Thanks for the heads up, my hair is in a contant state of bleach blonde direness. This sounds fab!

  2. Oh wow that sounds incredible! I've heard so many great things about Lee Stafford products from other bloggers recently and can;t wait to get my hands on some!

    Steph -

  3. This is definitely something I could do with to freshen up my brassy lengths from time to time, will have to check it out next time I'm in Boots x

    Wonky Lauren

  4. This look amazing! If only I was still blonde! x
    a life of a charlotte

  5. Ooooh, think I need to purchase this!

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  7. perfect

  8. Now here's something I never even knew I needed. Definitely gonna try this asap!


  9. I'm seriously running out to buy this now!

  10. This sounds great! Just a quick tip for anyone, the BEST shampoo I have ever used to keep my hair bright and creamy is the Fudge Blonde Toning Shampoo. It is extremely strong and very 'inky' in colour so I rinse it off almost instantly after applying it and I only use it one a fortnight but it has honestly changed my life! I will be picking up this Lee Stafford product for the hydration more than anything! Thanks for the tip xo

  11. I do love Lee Stafford products, for my bleached hair. Always great and this sounds o be following trend :)


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