PHOTOGRAPH NATALIE DAVIS
I can't profess to know much about dyeing hair, least of all going blonde (mine is jet black and hasn't been coloured since I was a teenager). But I do know a thing or two about getting value for money and the savings to be made from colouring your hair at home, as opposed to salon visits, is huge.
So if you fancy going blonde on a budget, let me introduce you to Garnier Nutrísse's new British Blondes collection. It's a permanent hair-colour range that's just £5.10.
All you need to decide is what kind of blonde you'd like to be. Consider your skin tone, eyebrow colour, the colours of your wardrobe and the jewellery you wear. For help on finding the perfect blonde for you, check out the Garnier Nutrísse video below.
And, to make your chosen blonde last, use shampoos and conditioners designed for coloured hair. Also go easy on heated appliances such as hairdryers and straighteners, which can cause hair to become dry and brittle. And a top tip from a faux-blonde friend? Clarifying shampoo. It helps prevent the dreaded green tint from chlorine and stops your hair colour from looking dull. Let me know if blondes really do have more fun!
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