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Hair disaster - decent conditioner needed!

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
Hello,
I bought a hair dye from Boots which was meant to be dark brown, after using it my hair actually came out jet black! My hairdresser sorted it out for me and I'm now back to a brunettte. However my hair is now sooooooo dry and feels like straw - Can anyone recommend a decent intensive condtioning treatment, willing to pay up to £25.00

Thanks guys
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
I can just see it now.......

http://www.televisionheaven.co.uk/worzel.jpg
#2
I have my hair chemicaly straightenened and coloured, causing it to be extremely dry...........I use Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Conditioner,can be picked up from Wilkos, Boots etc..... I leave it on for about 10 minutes, then rinse. I also use a serum from Avon before I style it.
#3
oilve oil
#4
you should try kerastase they have some deep treatment conditioners they cost about £20, the Kerastase Nutritive range is for dry frizzy hair.
#5
was going to suggest the aussie 3 minute miracle too
#6
try elvive mirror shine one, my hairs coloured and it makes a lot softer and not so dry. the other one i've used is pantene smooth and sleek.
#7
hope it helps
#8
aussie forever! once u use it you never go back,its a womans best friend, smells good too :D
banned#9
what about that one that was posted on here a week or so ago, will see if i can find it
#11
OMG exactly the same happened to me last year was meant to be medium brown and was very dark black i hated it so much it made me cry. Luckily a friend of mine is a hairdresser so she sorted it out. Had to have a bleach bath (i think they call it that) and it makes your hair terribly dry for a little while. I used some hot oil once a week for few weeks and then slowly it got better. After a month or so it was back to normal.
After i realised never do it yourslef. Luckily my friend didnt charge me but if i had had to go to hairdressers to have it done it would of cost me. Good luck!!
#12
Another vote for the Aussie 3 miuite miracle reconstructor...

Does what it says on the tin (without weighing yer hair down and smells divine!!!!!!)

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