Monday, 6 November 2017

Trying Something New, From Lee Stafford*


I don't bother that much with my hair tbh; that bird's nest, scarecrow, bedraggled kinda look seems to be my aesthetic. But in all honesty, I really should stop being so much of a tramp and invest a little more care into it. Probably.

My boy Lee Stafford always has my back when it comes to matters of the mane variety - you may have read my review here on his new collection of styling brushes [which have legit just worked wonders on the tangled web of hell that is my hair!] - and I've recently been trying out a couple of his hair care picks too. Life, sponsored by Lee Stafford [except yeno, even though he's making my hair look boss, he ain't actually sponsoring me. Could do with the cash tho Lee, if you're reading!]

Lee Stafford Hair Bleach Blondes Shampoo and Sea Salt Mud Mask Review Lovelaughslipstick blog
Lee Stafford Hair Bleach Blondes Shampoo and Sea Salt Mud Mask Review Lovelaughslipstick blog

Lee's BLEAch BLondes SHaMPOO* rrp [£6.99] [I feel like that Spongebob meme when I type like that now haha] contains purple pigment to tone, refresh and restore the blondeness in your locks back to its former glory. Using it regularly also helps stop the fade of colour caused by styling, sunlight and UV damage.

It's a really deep, vivacious purple which 100% neutralises the brassy, yellow tones in my hair. It cools the warm, unnatural looking results that one-too-many boxes of bleach may has left me with and smells incredible. A little also goes a long way. I'd say this is probably the best blonde shampoo I've tried since hitting the [bleach blonde] bottle in 2012; and you get loads in the bottle too, making it great value for money. Yous know I'm all about that bargain life... and it's on special offer at Boots right now too!!

Lee Stafford Hair Bleach Blondes Shampoo and Sea Salt Mud Mask Review Lovelaughslipstick blog
Lee Stafford Hair Bleach Blondes Shampoo and Sea Salt Mud Mask Review Lovelaughslipstick blog
Lee Stafford Hair Bleach Blondes Shampoo and Sea Salt Mud Mask Review Lovelaughslipstick blog

I've never tried a mud mask for my hair before... unless you can count those day trips you go on in Turkey where you all go into those big old mud baths for a cleanse [and it totally eliminates your tan and you're left devoed] & mud gets frigging everywhere. But our boy Lee has created this fab Sea SaLT Mud MasK* [rrp £10.99] for hair that needs deep down, dirty loving [lol pure filth] and I was keen as a badger to try it out & see what all the hype was about.

Lee Stafford Hair Bleach Blondes Shampoo and Sea Salt Mud Mask Review Lovelaughslipstick blog
Lee Stafford Hair Bleach Blondes Shampoo and Sea Salt Mud Mask Review Lovelaughslipstick blog

The mask itself smells just like the other products in Lee's range - FIT! Perfumed, rich and luxurious. It does have a slightly sea-esque scent; like, a little salty and natural kick to it, as if you're chilling on a beach somewhere. But the experience is nothing like putting actual mud on your head. It's super relaxing and on the couple of times I've used it so far, my hair has been left glossy, full and glistening post soak.

The mask's formula boasts rich minerals, muds, salts and algaes from the Dead Sea; which are proven to enrich, soften, moisturise and cleanse both your hair & scalp. After shampooing and before you head into conditioner city, slather a blob of this mask onto your locks and massage it through; from the roots to the tips. Leave on for 5 minutes before rinsing off. Or alternatively, if your hair is dead [like mine] let the Dead Sea bring it back to life, by soaking it in for 30 minutes. Twist your tresses up in a towel and relax; before letting your hair down and basking in its new healthy glory.

Lee Stafford Hair Bleach Blondes Shampoo and Sea Salt Mud Mask Review Lovelaughslipstick blog
Lee Stafford Hair Bleach Blondes Shampoo and Sea Salt Mud Mask Review Lovelaughslipstick blog

I've really enjoyed trying these new products from our boy Lee; he never disappoints in the hair stakes. I love the trademark scent of his products; which blast me back to nostalgic memories of using his Pokerstraight products when I was younger, before nights out. And of course, the bright pink packaging is a huge bonus!

Lee Stafford Hair Bleach Blondes Shampoo and Sea Salt Mud Mask Review Lovelaughslipstick blog

What's your favourite Lee Stafford  product? Have you tried either of these picks?
*This post contains PR samples, but all opinions are totes my own
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