Monday, April 4, 2011

Sheer Blonde-Go Blonder for spring with John Frieda 3 Pretty Spring Beauty Trends You Must Try

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3 Pretty Spring Beauty Trends You Must Try

This is a beauty tips article

Spring is here and that means it's time for a fresh start. Not only will I be trading in sweaters for breezy dresses, but I'm also updating my beauty routine. Buh-bye thick face cream, sayonara wintery hues. This season I'm psyched to try these three trends.

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Good morning Gorgeous!

Oh Glory to God it is April! Easter is only a few short weeks away! And maybe your prom or wedding or birthday or, just name it is a few short weeks away!

Would you like to lighten your hair, or add subtle highlights at home for your special event without

the salon price? Give this product a try. It's not the Sun In brand of my youth, in fact it's a new formulation and has a nice effect as you can see in the pictures. Now I have dark hair and this product does not work for dark hair and I wasnt' even going to try it! But, for Mancub who has light hair, why not?

We applied 4 different times, on freshly shampoo'ed hair. I also applied heat by using a hair dryer to dry the product into the hair. The directions say that if after applying the Go Blonder spray you use a straightening iron on the hair the effect will be even lighter. Well, no need to do that to Mancub, a lovely golden blonde lighteness was achieved by simple spray and dry.

The effect is noticeable enough that the other soccer kids asked what gives with the hair? Now, the real test is in 2 weeks from now-does it grow out a root? More later! Enjoy this for your prom looks! Remember: you are beautiful! Thank you for visiting the blog and check back for promotions and beauty giveaways!


Julia said...

Can you do Highlights with it as well? Could you upload a better pic of his hair? That would be AMAZING!
Love the review and your blog!
Keep doing it !

Cherelynn said...

Hi Julia,
Yes, you can! His hair has been cut since so alot of the blonde is gone. BUT! The instructions on the box say that if you want highlights to separate the strands, spray, and then press through a flat iron. I'm so surprised at how well this product works! It's worth the ten bucks!