How do I keep my hair blonde on a budget?

If you follow me on my other social medias you’ll know I am not a natural blonde. I take a lot of time to make sure my hair stays blonde, whilst maintaining a healthy look. I have wanted to make a beauty advice post for a long time so today I will mention all the products I am loving to keep my hair blonde! There are so many beauty posts floating around at the moment but most of them include high-end products so you’ll be pleased to know that all the products mentioned are drugstore and have a grand total of only ten pounds!

In shower products 

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Ever since having blonde hair, purple shampoo has been my saviour! This Sunshine Blonde duo by Creightons is not only super affordable but does such a good job at brightening the blonde as well as vanishing any brassy tones. The conditioner contains argan oil and chamomile, which creates a reflective shine to my hair, whilst allowing it to smell amazing! I have heard amazing reviews of the Lush Daddy-O shampoo, which contains all natural products to brighten blondes and I can’t wait to get my hands on it so stay tuned for a review!

Hair dying

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I don’t know about you but regular hair dying makes my bank balance want to cry. So this Clairol root touch up saves money significantly, as well as being a quick easy fix of dark regrowth as it only takes 15 minutes! I have bought this colour in the shade Extra Light Blonde and shade number 10. The last product I am going to talk about is Boots Colour vibe shampoo dye. This hair dye is essentially a shampoo and on the packaging it advises you to use it up to three days a week and leave it to settle for 5 minutes each time. This product is becoming one of my favourites this month and keeps my hair looking fresh and bright. I got this in the shade Ash Blonde and I would recommend it to anyone!

I hope this helps any of my blonde friends out there and you enjoy this post!

Chloe x x




2 thoughts on “How do I keep my hair blonde on a budget?

  1. Britney says:

    I will have to check out that shampoo and conditioner next time I get my hair done. I am a natural blonde, but my natural shade is a dark blonde. I prefer a lighter shade, so I get my hair highlighted about every four to five months. However, an issue I always have is that the highlights slightly darken and turn a bit brassy. I’ve tried the Regis Silver Shine shampoo that I got from the salon (which was expensive). It was a purple shampoo too, but I still didn’t think it helped that much.


    • chloeburford says:

      Oh wow, the salon can get expensive!! Are you from the UK? Because if you are the colour vibe does me wonders I prefer it because after the shower you instantly see a result and I buy that from Boots. Thank you for reading! Xx


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