John Frieda Sheer Blonde Go Blonder Lightening Spray 100ml
This exclusive, versatile formula with citrus and chamomile works with blow-dryer heat to gradually lighten and brighten for a natural-looking, blonder blonde. Visibly lightens in 3-5 uses.
Superdrug or Boots - £6.99
I've been using this lightening spray for the past four days and I have to say it really does work. I wanted a hair product that would lighten my blonde hair. As the colder weather is setting in and we didn't have that much of a summer here, I can't rely on the sun making my hair lighter - which it normally does a little bit. I didn't want to get highlights or dye it a lighter blonde because a) in case I didn't like it and b) the price.
So when I came across this lightening spray, I decided to have a go and the best thing about it is that it's gradual. So I can make sure that I don't go peroxide! It's only £7 which is really good especially because it works. All you have to do is spray it on wet hair, comb through and then blow dry as it says more heat = more lightening! Then the next morning (I normally go in the shower on a night) I straighten my hair (most of the time) because I have naturally curly/wavy hair.
I really should have done 'before and after' pictures but I didn't think about this until after I used it for the first time. Oops :/ Nevertheless, I can say that there is definitely a visible difference. My hair is a lighter and it's suitable for natural blondes or dyed blondes. You can either use it for highlights, your roots or the full hair. It doesn't make your hair look 'bleach blonde' but natural looking.
Rating - 5/5