Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Creightons Sunshine Blonde Range





Recently, I ventured into Savers to buy a new shampoo and conditioner. I spotted the John Frieda Sheer blonde range, which is a bit more pricey than shampoos I usually like to buy, and decided I was going to treat myself and buy it... until I saw the Creightons Sunshine Blonde products. This caught my eye due to its packaging, which is strikingly like the John Frieda range. However, these were £1 each which is considerably lower than the John Frieda products... can't argue with that! So, I thought for £1 each it's definitely worth a try. At this point I had only purchased the Sunshine Blonde shampoo and conditioner. I then went to Poundland and spotted a purple shampoo from the same range for a quid, and got that too!




What are the products like? I find that they smell really good, and do their job just fine. The only problem I found is that when in the shower using the shampoo, after washing it out my hair feels a bit dry, but then this is rectified when conditioner is applied, so it's not really a problem. My hair is silky smooth and shiny when it's dry. What more could you ask for?! As for the purple shampoo, it definitely removes brassiness from the hair and brightens. However, I feel it doesn't make as big a difference as my all time favourite, Touch of Silver Brightening Shampoo, which is a little more money. This is what I found with the John Frieda toning shampoo too, which I tried a while ago. I would recommend using the Touch of Silver shampoo at least once a week for that ultimate brighten, but the Creightons one in-between will work fine to just brighten the colour slightly. Creightons do a purple conditioner too, but I haven't managed to purchase that one yet.

One other Creightons product I can't get enough of is the Vanilla & Macadamia Cocoon Bath & Shower. I've picked this up from both Lidl and Savers and got through it so quickly, it smells like vanilla cupcakes.


So, where can you buy Creightons products from? They do have an online site where you can purchase the products see HERE, however, I find that the products are slightly cheaper when found on the high-street. I've been keeping my eye out of where to find these products and I've seen Creightons in Savers, Poundland, Lidl and Quality Save. So, if you have a discount store near you it might be worth checking for these products, they are totally worth it! Creightons products are all made in England, are extremely affordable, smell great AND do their job! 

What are you waiting for!?

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