Monday, 5 July 2010

John Frieda Go Blonder Shampoo

Until recently I had always been a blonde. 
For a long time a natural then as I got a little older it started to fade and became mousey and a bit blah!

I still have a naturally lighter tone to my hair but I now have highlights, which are stating to fade.
Now we are in summer I really want a sun-kissed glow to my hair so I headed to Boots for some products.

I'd intended to buy a dye or a wash out colour but saw the John Frieda Go Blonder shampoo's and conditioner's on offer. I had seen the adverts so I was aware of the product. I wasn't sure how it could be different to the Sheer Blonde range that I used to use as a blondie.

As far as I can tell the original range of Sheer Blonde has peroxide and ammonia to help lighten your hair. I had amazing results with this range back in the day but it was too good, it bleached my hair!

The Go Blonder range uses citrus and chamomile to lighten the hair. We have all heard of putting lemon juice on your hair to highlight, I am not recommending this btw! The shampoo certainly has a lemony scent and colour, its a pearlescent yellow.

I have used this for just over a week now and I am very impressed. I have a noticeable lighter tone to my hair, I think this is a combination of the shampoo and we actually have sunshine here at the moment and I have spent a lot of time in the sunshine. I hope the citrus elements of the shampoo and the sunshine are working together!

My hair is soft and bouncy and sun-kissed as promised! 

I didn't get the conditioner at the time as had just purchased a new bottle of my trusty Label M Honey and Oat, but I will be buying the conditioner next!


1 comment:

  1. I think that I am going to have to try this. I have been trying to find something to help lighten the blonde in my hair.

    Thanks for the review!!!