Hair, body, face.
So let us guess, you saw Lady Gaga at the Golden Globes and went (ahem) ga-ga for her blue hair. You then just couldn't resist turning into Boots to pick up a box of blue hair dye and now you're sitting there looking more like your 82-year-old Granny when she comes out of the hairdressers than you do Lady Gaga.
Well don't panic, we know how to fix that dodgy dye job without having to drop the €€€ at the hairdressers.
After much anticipation, the world finally knows the secret behind Gaga's platinum blonde hair...and no, it's not magic. It's actually this under €17 hair mask from Joico. Frederic Aspiras aka Lady Gaga's personal hairstylist revealed he manages to keep Gaga's hair so bright and brass-free by using the Blonde Life Brightening Masque by Joico.
While the dye used by Gaga's hair stylist was only a wash in, wash out hair dye. We reckon that the pair were grabbing for the mask in order to get Gaga back to her platinum ways for the National Board Of Review Gala. (can we talk about that bag, though!)
Now the cynics amongst you will argue that Aspiras was only saying that because he had partnered with Joico for the night of the Golden Globes but let us tell you, this stuff works. The mask contains tamanu, manoi and coconut oils which together, work to smooth and soften your hair, therefore, leaving it with a reflective finish. The mask also contains peptides which strengthen and protect dyed hair from breakages.
It's also not one of those masks that you have to leave on for hours and then go take another shower to rinse it out. All you have to do is apply the product to damp, freshly washed hair, go about your regular shower business, then after 3-5 minutes, rinse.
You'll enter the shower with dull, lacklustre hair and exit with hair so shiny, you'd think it was glass.