Work hard, play hard. When they say blondes have more fun, it might be true, but it takes time to perfect those golden tresses. Achieving the perfect tone and maintaining...
Work hard, play hard. When they say blondes have more fun, it might be true, but it takes time to perfect those golden tresses. Achieving the perfect tone and maintaining that silky, shiny finish is often tricky when dialling up the heat styling and battling with everyday environmental factors. Don’t worry – Lee Staffordhas you covered. Keeping your blonde happy is more than just colour protection though, it’s about providing it with those nourishing ingredients and care it needs to thrive so you can be proud of your hues.
Platinum to golden, we’re making it easy for you to care for your blonde at home, every day. Here’s how.
1 - Stay hydrated & nourished
We hydrate our body every day and it’s the same when it comes to our hair. Colour-treated blonde can often be more prone to dryness and for those naturally blonde babes, you want that essential moisture surge to brighten and lift dull, lacklustre hair.
Bleach Blondes Everyday Care Colour Love Tone Saving Shampoo and Conditioner are great to use daily to maintain your blonde in-between toning washes. Containing nourishing Moringa Extract (also known as miracle tree) this delectable duo will gently cleanse and conditioner whilst providing that nourishment you’re searching for. With ingredients like Camomile and Pro-Vitamin B5 they work together to keep natural, highlighted, and bleached hair nourished moisturised , shiny and healthy.
Add a kiss of life for bleached hair using Bleach Blondes Colour Love Everyday Care Golden Girl Oil. A life saver. This weightless, non-greasy, non-oily oil is perfect for everyday care for all blondes – whether you are completely natural, have a few highlights or a bit of balayage or are 100% Bleach Blonde.
This simple serum- like magical mixture helps hydrate nourish hair. This oil helps wet hair feel more manageable when styling, more combable, leaving hair silky smooth. The unique blend of ingredients includes Sunflower Seed Extract, a lightweight, taming hydrator that boosts radiance and amplifies shine.
2 - Treat it regularly
We all deserve a little treat every now and then and so does your hair. When you feel like your hair is at breaking point it’s important to restore and replenish and bring life back to you blonde. We recommend Bleach Blondes Colour Love Tone Saving Everyday Care Treatment is an intensive and luxurious treatment packed with ingredients such as Cuapuacu extract, Cocoa and Omega 9 work to instantly re-texturisereinforce fragile hair.
And the clever part, it has advanced damage targeting technology to rebalance and seal the cuticle for smooth and sleek results. Our blonde friends, we’ve all been there. We’ve got you. Don’t panic.
Be a mane queen and let your blonde be the jewel in your crown. And wear that crown proudly!
3 - Always use protection
It’s inevitable, heat styling and environmental nasties like UV rays and pollution cause damage to our hair and it’s almost impossible to avoid them. Take extra care of your blonde locks by using a protection spray that will reduce the damage they cause. Professional Heat Protection with P2FIFTY Complex and is a true hair hero. This Heat Protection Spray is part of our Poker Straight range which contains our P2FiFTY complex™ to protect your hair from the heat of irons up to 250 degrees.
The special blend of ingredients includes Olive Leaf and Cactus Flower extract this protective mist ensures guilt free heat styling for complete confidence every time you pick up your straighteners. Leaving your golden locks bright and feeling healthy.
PURPLE TONING OR ICE WHITE TONING?
Tones got you confused? Colour theory has a huge part to play in why toning shampoos do what they do. You see, the reason that pigment is used to correct blonde shades is that they immediately neutralise unwanted warm shades and help you on your way to the perfect tone. But why are there two different colours in the Lee Stafford Bleach Blonde collection? Why purple and why blue?
Purple colour is the opposite to yellow on the colour wheel, where as Blue colour Is the opposite to orange on the colour wheel.