Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Rescue Repair Review
Okay so as I've mentioned many times before, I regularly torture my hair by getting it chemically straightened and recently went really light and got very prominent highlights because I was bored of dark hair and have loads of greys. As a result of this, my hair became more porous and needed better nourishment so I started using the Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Repair Rescue range. Schwarzkopf claims that with BC Repair Rescue the recovery starts at cellular level, with a formula that nourishes, restructures and repairs hair from the inside out. The in-depth restoration gives an incredible 100% replenishment and resilience, with up to 95% less breakage. The result? Hair feels reborn, with a super soft feel, renewed elasticity and a healthy looking, long-lasting shine.
The gently cleansing shampoo is meant for normal to fine damaged hair and is suitable for daily use. I've been using it for a few weeks now and am glad that it leaves my scalp feeling squeaky clean, removing all oils, dirt and product residue from my hair. I use it in conjunction with the intensive creamy conditioner for damaged hair which improves strength and elasticity. It detangles and smoothes and seals the hair surface while adding shine. Since my hair is quite dry thanks to straightening and coloring, instead of rinsing off the conditioner, I then apply the reconstructing treatment that provides extra strengthening qualities and improves the elasticity of the hair. This product is a thick masque which comes in a tub and has an amazing fragrance that lingers in my hair.
Though this routine is slightly time consuming as I tend to shampoo twice, then apply conditioner and the masque which I keep on for 3-7 minutes, the results are amazing and my hair feels soft, silky manageable and looks fabulous! Check out the results below -
My highlights and grey coverage were done by my friend Pooja who is an amazing hairstylist and bridal makeup artist. You can see her work here
Do you use any Schwarzkopf products? What's your favorite?