When I returned to Melbourne, I booked in to try the range at Xiang Hair, with only a few days remaining before my appointment to go back brunette. The stylist did a double shampoo (first with Bain Lumiere, then Bain Ultra-Violet) then I sat back and relaxed in the Masque Ultra-Violet. Finally, she used Cicaplasme to protect my hair from heat styling.
Before I tell you more about the range, these were just a few reactions from friends, families and colleagues post-treatment:
“Why did you dye your hair blonder if you’re going back brunette?” – my mum
“I’m loving this colour. I think you should cancel your appointment” – our Beauty Editor, Joanna
“🔥” – a guy who slid into my DMs on Instagram
Tell Me More:
Blond Absolu is for any blonde, bronde or balayage (okay, well, not ANYONE; the price point is pretty bougie but, hey, you get what you pay for), so you can tailor the range to your brand of blonde.
There are three key ingredients in the range:
Hyaluronic acid: The hydration hero we see in skincare can also be used to restore the health of your hair.
Edelweiss flower: This ingredient is famous for its ability to resist climate and environmental damage.
Ultra-violet neutralisers: Duh. Blond Absolu delivers the highest concentrations with a mix of blue and purple pigment and I was very impressed with the immediate results.