My Balayage Haircare Routine 

Haircare Routine

I get so many questions on how I keep my hair looking healthy and maintain it’s colour. So I thought it’s about time I sit down and share my hair care secrets. Keep reading to find out more.

Haircare routine
Haircare routine

So let’s start off with my colour, my hair is a balayage with all multi-tones running through it. This is due from me having highlights to begin with and then transforming to a balayage but I’m so happy with how it looks because it’s unique to me. A few months ago I visited the Hob Salon on Baker Street for a top up of colour using for the first time ever Olaplex. My natural hair is dark brown which needs to be bleached for my hair to turn blonde otherwise it wouldn’t take the colour.

I loved the level service I received from Hobs Salon, the hair stylist really listened to what I wanted and also talked me through some of the benefits of using Olaplex as part of the hair colouring treatment. After one application I saw instant results, my hair has never felt so shiny and my ends didn’t feel brittle or dry.

Haircare routine


I use Olaplex No.3 treatment every other week to maintain the strength in my hair. On top of colouring I also use a lot of heat for styling, so it’s my main priority to keep my hair strong and to reduce breakage.

The Davines Nounou Hair Mask helps to repair and nourishing mask enriched with tomato extract and is designed for damaged, very dry and processed hair. The Nounou mask helps to make my hair soft and smooth without weighing it down. I just apply the mask to towel dried hair, wrap my hair in a shower cap and leave on over night and rinse off in the morning.

Davines Nounou Hair Mask (250ml) RRP £16.50 available at Cult Beauty.

Haircare routine

Haircare routine

Shampoo & Conditioners 

Provoke Touch of Silver shampoo, conditioner & pre-toning treatment has done wonders for revitalising my blonde which is prone to turning brassy.

With prices starting from £3.19 these are so affordable and very effective on keeping your hair blonder for longer.

Davines is the Italian cult hair care label, it’s a little pricey but worth it and I only use once a week to give my hair extra hydration. The Melu shampoo and conditioner are designed specifically for long hair that is prone to break. It works to cleanse and moisturise your hair as it has extracts of lentil seed, which gives my hair elasticity and protection against my long hair going brittle.

MELU Shampoo (250ml) RRP £14.70 and Conditioner (250ml) RRP £16.50 available at Cult Beauty.

Haircare routine

Haircare routine

Thanks so much for reading and I hope my hair care routine helps you achieve your hair goals!

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