I was raving about ESPA last week and guess what? I’m going to do it again! I’ve been trying out the divine Pink Hair and Scalp Mud over the last few days and, despite some reservations, I’m pleased with the results.
I wasn’t sure quite how it would measure up. I imagined a mud for hair to be drying and difficult to wash out. It has clay in it after all! I couldn’t get my head around the fact that it would be moisturising and conditioning.
You need to use quite a lot of product to cover the whole head, but when it is rinsed out (and hair comes clean easily!) my locks are so shiny as well as feeling stronger. Wow, this pink gloop actually works! The hair also feels light and full with no traces of residue, and the cleaning effect on the scalp is second to none.
It also doubles up as a yummy skin conditioner (bye bye dry elbows) and apparently works well to soothe sun burn… not that there’s much chance of that in the January weather!
We’re having a bit of an Umberto Giannini moment at Beauty Guerrillas. First it was the Overnight Beauty Balm, now it is the Beautifully Blonde Enhancing Shampoo and Conditioner. I first tried this haircare duo yesterday and, my goodness, I was very impressed. Usually with haircare it takes a lot to get a good reaction from me. It is normally the more expensive products that do the trick, but these are just £4.19 each from Boots.
The consistency of the shampoo is quite thick and firm and I only needed a small amount to clean my shoulder-length locks. As for the conditioner, it slips easily through hair and washes off without a hitch, leaving no greasy residue.
When I started blow-drying my hair I couldn’t believe the vibrancy of my colour. I had no idea my blonde could be so light and bright, my usual yellow tinge and brassiness was banished. If you’re blonde and your colour is lacking in va va voom try these products, you won’t be disappointed.
And in case you’re wondering, our Giannini reviews haven’t stopped yet. We’ll be talking about the Instant Beauty Makeover Spray soon.