Bleach London is soon becoming one of my favourite hair styling brands, they were built up by Alex Brownsell a fantastic hairdresser and colourist and Sam Teasdale (Sister of Lou Teasdale who styles for One Direction) who runs the business side of things. They are know for their crazy hair colours they started off launching colours into boots but then launched a range of styling products and the Split Fix Serum is apart of the range
Usually im not into these types of products as i feel they make my hair too oily but i had recently coloured my hair i felt like i needed something like this.
Bleach London Split Fix Serum is great for those of you who tend to have frizzy hair or a lot of flyaways i also feel it helps the overall condition of your hair as well,
Split Fix Serum comes in a small pump bottle which i love i don’t know what it is about the product but i just love the packaging its just really good looking. The actual product inside the bottle is not as thick as you would think its a lightweight serum that won’t weigh your hair down as its got the consistency a little thicker than water.
What i love about this is that it can be used on either wet or dry hair i usually use this in my hair when its wet you only need about a 5 pence size of product as a little goes a long way i just blow dry it into my hair it gives a really sleek shine and calms down the frizz my hair always has
Bleach London is sold in Boots nationwide but tends to be only in the larger boots stores or you can buy online at shop.bleachlondon.co.uk. I love that even though this is a product that works really well its also really affordable costing only £5 and since Boots often does 3 for 2 you could try more from the range and use this are your cheaper item
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