Recently I have been trying out the new Headmasters Colour Brilliance Range*. I have put my love for volume and the Percy & Reed Volumising Shampoo and Conditioner* (review here) aside and focused more on keeping my new blonde hair looking bright, blonde and beautiful. I have been using this range for the past few weeks and have already noticed the blonde in my hair looking blonder and more vibrant in colour. The Colour Brillinace Range is made up of the Blonde Moisture Conditioner*, Blonde Moisture Shampoo*, Miracle Moisture Mask* and Frizz Free Glossing Serum*. What’s great about this range is that the most expensive product is only £5.99 and that is for the Glossing Serum! It’s great to see a salon range that not only works well but also good stuff such as a UV filter to protect against sun damage whilst also smelling amazing! All this whilst costing under £6 a piece! I have loved using this range so much that I even depotted some of the Miracle Moisture Mask and took it on holiday to prevent any colour damage whilst I was frolicking around in the sun.
Another winner about this range is that it doesn’t weigh my hair down at all. After using the shampoo and conditioner my hair still has some bounce and movement without being so lightweight that I get nothing but flyaways and unmanageable hair! I use the mask about once a week and it’s great to add that bit more burst of life to my hair whilst re-inject some moisture and nourishment which your hair might be lacking after being coloured. My only slight gripe with this range in the Glossing Serum. Yes it does the job well and instantly removes any static-ness or flyaways you might get after straightening or blow-drying your hair but it leaves a really annoying film on your hands, almost like you have dipped your hands in oil. Apart from the serum the rest of this range is a winner for me and after having some of the other range from Headmasters called Big Glam Hair used on me after my last trip at Headmasters I know I’m going to be picking up some of those products too!
Have you tried out anything from the new Headmasters range? What are your winning products to keep your coloured hair bright?