March 26, 2013

Gingers can rejoice with Pureology Reviving Red!

I love being a redhead but as I, or any other (bottled) redhead will attest to -  the colour fades so freaking fast that in my books any product that can help slow that down is something worth shouting about from the rooftops!
Enter Pureology Reviving Red - an oil-based colour care system - formulated with specialized ingredients such as fair trade jaljala oil - to nourish and replenish, encapsulated lycopene - a powerful antioxidant responsible for red pigmentation in red fruits and vegetables and oleo antifade complex - to replenish and help colour last longer - designed to revive reds and coppers keeping them looking bright and ravishing for up to 30 washes!

Available in the line:

Reviving Red Shamp'Oil - 250ml - $28.50 - with a concentrated oil-infused formula free of sulfates and parabens that replenishes the protective lipid layer of the hair and seals the cuticle to reduce colour bleeding to keep haircolour vivid for up to 30 washes.

Reviving Red Condition - 250ml - $30.50 - detangles hair and helps to restore the hair fibre and multiply light reflection for purer, more vibrant shades.

Reviving Red Illuminating Caring Oil - 125ml - $31.75 - a daily cuticle sealing treatment that restores hair's lipid layer to increase light reflection.

Reviving Red Red & Copper Reflect Enhancing Treatments - 4 x 10ml - $36.75 - weekly pigment depositing replenishing treatments that enhance the vibrancy of vivid red and copper shades for an intense surge of shine and softness between salon visits.

And while I am loving the Oil and Treatments, my favourite part of the collection is the shampoo and conditioner - they smell great, have a really nice luxurious texture and the gel shampoo is lighter then the cream conditioner - a new quirky thing you get to learn about me now is I hate it when shampoos are as heavy as the conditioner is, not only does it make it impossible for me to figure out which is which in a dark morning shower but it's just wrong and against all the laws of nature in my eyes - shampoos are meant to be light and conditioners are meant to be heavy dammit!

Available exclusively at salons - check out to find one near you.

- Lisamarie -

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