Weekly Must-Have: Briogeo Color Me Brilliant Mushroom + Bamboo Color Protect Primer

Weekly Must-Have: Briogeo Color Me Brilliant Mushroom + Bamboo Color Protect Primer

Have you ever thought your beauty routine was so lengthy and exhaustive that there couldn’t possibly be room for another step? But, inevitably, you then encounter a new product that you can’t imagine living without. The struggle is real, and that was me when I tried Briogeo Color Me Brilliant Mushroom + Bamboo Color Protect Primer.

Between highlights, single-process coloring, and keratin treatments, I do a lot to my hair. The biggest struggle I face is these treatments not lasting as long as I would like due to frequent washing. In an attempt to combat this, I decided to give this treatment a go. It’s designed to lock in your color and protect fading, while also strengthening your mane.

After one use, I could feel a notable difference in my hair. With the second use, I actually decided to forgo my usual pre-blowout styling product. My locks felt soft and smooth, making it very easy to style. Besides making my mane feel and look good, this product is protecting the hair follicles at the same time.

Even better, this formula (like all Briogeo product!) is completely void of any of the bad stuff, such as silicones, parabens, and sulfates. It works thanks to natural ingredients, such as turkey tail mushroom, a vegan keratin protein alternative, bamboo leaf extract, and radish root ferment to protect, along with pomegranate and lavender extract to enhance shine.

The jury is still out about whether I’ll actually wait longer in between color and keratin appointments, but at the very least, my hair will look better in the interim!


-Written by Casey Sharbaugh

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