Post # 1
I’ve got light blonde highlighted hair and I haven’t had highlights done since june but I did brighten up my roots using L’Oreal Casting Creme Gloss 1010 which is basically like a lightening toner but less damaging than bleach. It worked well for blending in the roots but it didn’t lift light enough to completely remove the roots which was fine at the time but now as new roots have grown in it just looks like I’ve went longer without doing my roots.
I have naturally dark blonde hair which I don’t suit as I look dowdy so I have to highlight and dye my hair to get the colour I want which is light blonde. I’ve came across John Fried Go Blonder In Shower Lightening Treatment. I’m curious is it any good? will it damage my hair? I can expect it to be a bit dry but I could use a deep conditioner to help conteract that. Should I just use the L’Oreal toner again or should I use the lightening spray?
Please help. Any before and after pics would be really helpful also how did you stop the treatment from dripping through your hair as I only want the roots lighter? Thanks
Post # 2
Yup, I’ve used that and honestly saw no difference.
A product I’ve been using for about 2 years now is the Lee Stafford Range.
ATM I have highlights and use the Bleach Blondes & Everyday Blondes products.
He also has a lightening spray which shows results in one use.
Post # 3
I’ve used the lightening spray. It works best if you apply heat by blow drying afterwards.
To keep my hair ashy though purple shampoo has been the best. But only use of you want cooler tones. No good for warm blondes.
Post # 4
tillymac : thanks I’ll give that spray a go xx
Post # 5
BrideAddict92 : thanks. Did the spray damage your hair? X
Post # 6
BrideAddict92 : I am dark blonde and used “Sun In” (a similar product) most of my life. Hairdressers have assured me that these products have damaged my hair but I have never been convinced. My hair is naturally dry.
Post # 7
I use the John Frieda lightening spray. It doesn’t damage my hair at all. I have dark blonde hair. It doesn’t make a drastic difference, but it does make my hair noticeably lighter.
Post # 8
My best friend used the John Frieda Go Blonder line consistently for months and it did not lighten or brighten her naturally dirty blonde hair at all.
Post # 9
I use the John frieda go lighter platinum shampoo, and it makes a huge difference for me. I love the way it brightens up my hair. I notice that even when I have roots my hair looks Way better. Its the shampoo that makes a big difference usually takes about two uses to see the difference but girl, I stopped using redken blonde because it makes my hair blonder, and no other product compares. check makeupalley.com and you will see hundreds of other women’s reviews saying the same thing.