I love the feeling when you just come out of the hairdressers with your tresses freshly coloured. Your hair shines like it has it’s own personal lighting studio and the colour just looks fresh and vibrant. Fast forward 3-4 weeks later, when the shine is gone and half the colour has washed down the drain. The last thing you want to be doing every 2 months is forking out €80+ to get your hair coloured.
The Revlon colour creme or colour bomb/balls as it is also known, is perfect for giving your hair new life between hairdresser visits. This is not as such a home colouring product and it contains no ammonia or peroxide. Instead it brings to life the colour that has already been applied to your hair by the hairdresser. I have been promised by my hairdresser that this does no damage to your hair and instead give it a good deep conditioning.
You can use this once a week to keep your colour looking fresh. I personally only use it once or sometimes twice in the space of 3 months. You rub it into you hair, massage it in and then comb it through. It tells you how much to use on the packaging for different hair lengths. The instructions say to leave it in for around 3 minutes, but I leave mine in for about 45 minutes as it is rally conditioning for the hair. It washes out after a few washes and leaves no residue.
There is quite a large range of colours and this would be particularly brilliant if you have quite a vibrant hair colour.
You know that expensive, conditioning treatment that the hairdressers always try and sell you when washing your hair? Well you can get colour cremes with no colour in them. A hairdresser told me, if you look for the translucent colour one and use it the same way it will give your hair serious shine.
You can buy this in the 100ml tube, which will give you 3-4 uses, depending on the length of you hair. Or the larger 250ml ball . You can buy them in most salon services and the cost €11 for the 100ml and €23.99 for the 250ml. Check out Terrisales online store for a range of colours.