Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Oribe Bright Blonde Shampoo And Conditioner



I know what you're thinking. Dropping the best part of £100 on something that's, quite literally, going down the drain seems straight up ludicrous and I'm not gonna lie - if I hadn't been gifted these babies, I would not be able to afford them. But being the utmost of luxury is kind of the whole point of Oribe. I mean, it even sells perfumes and candles scented like its signature haircare line (bergamot, jasmine and sandalwood fyi) due to crazy customer demand.

To give y'all some context - their volumising dry shampoo, Dry Texurising Spray (I'll be reviewing this soon) costs £39. For. A. Dry. Shampoo. I actually spent real life money on it too, but instead of every day use, I save it for special occasions - a couple of spritzes once a week when I want my hair on point. For those of us not blessed with overflowing bank balances, there's certainly a place for top market products on our beauty shelves, it's just how often we use them that differs.

That's one thing I love about Oribe's Bright Blonde range - it's pretty much the most bomb silver shampoo around, which also means it's not designed for every wash (maybe every 3rd) so it lasts a whole lot longer. Brassiness is gone, yellow tones vanish, but most importantly - hair is left with shimmering softness and sheen, a quality I've yet to find in other violet-toned products.

And can we talk about the packaging? Sleek rosebud pink with gold accents and 3D details. They make my bathroom feel like maybe it's Rihanna's bathroom and for that - they're priceless... no, no. I kid. I'm still poor AF.
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