People with coloured hair would understand me well when I say that getting the hair shine is not as easy on coloured hair as it is on natural hair. No matter how much I love experimenting with my hair colour, I’ve always wanted them to look healthy , besides being healthy of course. And I’m always on the lookout for getting my hands on products that are good for my hair because, at the rate in which my hair colour changes, I wouldn’t want to take unnecessary risks and have permanent hair damage.
Since I’ve cut my hair, I’ve realised the one drawback that I hadn’t anticipated – Styling my hair. I sometimes long for long braids, fishtails, ponytails or even a bun but that doesn’t seem really possible and many times I’m just sporting the same look. And honestly, that bores me. So I welcome Wella EIMI into my hair styling life, as I would call it, to bring about any change into my hair style that is visible. And believe me, with a hair length as short as mine – styling this length is quite a feat.
Being named as the Brand Ambassador of Bounce Style Lounge came as a sweet surprise. Having gone to Bounce for many years, it was a very emotional moment for me when they decided to make me the face of the Brand. And I think everything about me screams Bounce now, for there is not a single day that I suffer from a bad hair day or a bad nail day. I’ve given my skincare and haircare and nail care and body care responsibility completely to the hands of the talented people at Bounce who now know what suits me and what doesn’t.
I’ve been using Morrocan Oil and Kerastase Shampoo since I started colouring my hair, primarily because these Shampoos and Conditioners and masks were what were highly recommended by hairstylists that I met. However when the Elements range from Wella came out at a price range much less tat than the previous brands that I’ve mentioned, I wanted to try it out.