Ever since I was 12 years old, I have been dyeing my hair. It all started with a pink dip and dye after seeing Beyoncé in Destiny's Child's Bootylicious video and it never stopped since. I continued with dying my hair from blonde to brown, from brown to black, adding snow-white locks in between, going back to blonde, adding a pink / purple / blue dip and dye again, going brown again and now blonde again -- and I'm pretty sure that I forgot a couple of hairdos along the way.
My parents never stopped me for experimenting with my hair and clothes, something that I've always been super grateful for. My hair, on the other hand, is not so grateful. Dyeing means damaging and that's exactly what I've noticed along the years: split ends, hair loss -- just weak and damaged hair altogether. Since I'm not planning on going bald any time soon, one of my resolutions for 2016 is to invest more in hair care.
I bumped into the Bumble & Bumble Full Potential Collection and it immediately caught my attention. Apart from the brand's insanely cute name, this hair care collection contains Hair Preserve Blend: a technology that functions as a liquid bandage for the hair. The hair is being nurtured and at the same time, the hair's elasticity and strength are taken care of as well. The result? Thicker and more voluminous that doesn't break. The formula also contains special UV absorbers, which protect the hair against damaging UV rays. Everything my hair needs, basically. The collection contains a shampoo, a conditioner and a booster spray.
I can't wait to get my hands on the Bumble & Bumble Full Potential Collection! Have you already tried their products? And what did you think about it? Sound off in the comment box below, I want to read all about it.
Info & Prices:
Full Potential Hair Preserving Shampoo € 32,40
Full Potential Hair Preserving Conditioner € 35,90
Full Potential Hair Preserving Booster Spray € 57,50
Now available in the Bumble & Bumble hair salons and Bumble & Bumble selling points.