(Left to Right: Toni&Guy Nourish Conditioner for Damaged Hair £5.99, Toni&Guy Cleanse Shampoo for Damaged Hair £5.99, Toni&Guy Nourish Reconstruction Mask £7.19, L'Oreal Casting Creme Gloss Plum (316) £6.49
Sorry for babbling! My purchases are all from Boots, with me being an Advantage Card holder, having some vouchers and it being relatively close to my house I thought why not? Tonight my Dad is dying my hair for me, this is the first time it has been dyed since possibly 2010! I'm only doing a temporary colour, I'm not wanting to lose my natural brown locks just yet, it's taken me years to get them back and I'm not prepared to lose them just yet, hopefully this will definitely be a "lasts up to 28 washes" sort of dye and not anything too permanent. Boots are currently holding an offer on Casting Creme Gloss 2 for £10. I'll be doing a post on my hair dying experience tomorrow!
I also bought some products by Toni&Guy, such lovely products too. Buying them and smelling the products has now made me want to pay an expensive (but worth it) visit to my lovely hair dresser, Tilly. I haven't had my hair cut/trimmed for close to a year now, and I'm sure she'll be missing me, especially telling me off for straightening my hair too often! But before I go I'm preparing my hair and hopefully going to be getting it in slightly better condition before she shouts. Boots are offering 3 for £12 on selected products across the Toni&Guy hair care range! I'll also be doing a review post on each of the Toni&Guy products I've purchased in the upcoming month.