Montibello Colour Protect Range

Recently I’ve been trying out Spanish Haircare Brand, MONTIBELLO and I have to say I’m rather impressed. I love trying out new haircare as it’s a constant struggle with bright red hair to maintain it and if I find something that works, they’re normally super expensive too which isn’t fun at all. MONTIBELLO have the first hair collection based on Tricho Nutrition Technology which sounds impressive and complicated and it turns out that is it! To break it down they said it ‘transports and releases’ the nutritional elements inside the shampoo to exactly where they are needed in your hair, and this is included in all their 9 ranges. Dryness, fragility, volume, hair loss, colour fade, frizz and scalp problems. Making sure that there’s definitely something for everyone. The range also includes 21 styling products with 5 levels of hold, a rather large range!

I’ve been trying out products from MONTIBELLO’s coloured hair range and I’ve been loving them. The Shampoo is super dreamy, it lathers up to make you feel squeaky clean but the foam doesn’t drag out a lot of the colour like most brands do. The website doesn’t tell you much about the product at all which is disappointing, but basically it has OCR Technology (Oil Colour Resist Technology) for the colour protection. I really like it but I don’t have much more that I can tell you about the formula other than it appears to work, it’s not the best I’ve ever used for colour protecting but it’s up there. I didn’t get the conditioner to review which I find odd when trialling a brand as usually it makes sense to have the full system, after all that’s why they’re a system, because they work together to achieve the best results.
Montibello Colour Protect Range Montibello Colour Protect Range
The Balm for colour hair is an interesting product and one that will be coming on holiday with me. It offers UV and heat protection whilst making the hair softer and smoother to help the colour last longer and look amazing. I love it, I haven’t had a UV protecting balm before so I’m super impressed.  You’re meant to use it on damp hair and only 2-3 pumps is needed, also it uses the same technology as mentioned before. The final product I’ve been testing out is the Instant Power for coloured hair. These are little bottles that contain a formula to protect, maintain, treat and care for the hair fibres. You’re meant to use this on freshly dyed, damp hair as a treatment to keep the colour in longer. Only 5 minutes is needed to feel the effects.

The range starts at £11.99 and appears to be available from Fragrance Direct.



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