|Blondes on Mar 11, 2016 @ 01:21 am|
When my friend dyed her hair platinum-almost lavender it was that light she used a purple shampoo for that very reason, to take out the yellow and or brass tones that arise often if bleaching is part of the process. It doesn't turn your hair purple sadly though lol
|Purple shampoo & conditioner on Mar 11, 2016 @ 03:58 am|
It's used typically for hair that is naturally or bleached blonde to extend the life and vibrancy of the color and reduce brassiness :)
|! on Mar 11, 2016 @ 06:00 am|
love it !
|Love on Mar 11, 2016 @ 08:04 am|
I use it every second shampoo. It really does take the brassiness out of blonde. (I've read it's because purple and yellow are on opposite sides of the colour wheel...so the purple offsets the yellow/brassiness)
|Weird! on Mar 11, 2016 @ 08:28 am|
I have never heard of it! I'd love to have lilac hair or something funky like that one day - will have to invest in this shampoo at that time!
|Yes on Mar 11, 2016 @ 08:59 am|
I had bright red hair for a while but when it came time to get rid of it, it was pretty impossible! One of the things I did use and my hair dresser suggested was purple shampoo and leave it on for a good 10-15 mins and then wash. It really helped take some of the red/brassiness of my now reddish/brown hair!
|Ohhh great idea!! on Mar 11, 2016 @ 09:05 am|
I have a lot of red left over and actually did dye my hair purple, but now it's more of an odd shade. I might give purple shampoo a try to see if it will remove the redness from my hair. Thanks!
|:) on Mar 11, 2016 @ 09:06 am|
Je n'ai pas trop entendu parler de cela. Je pensais que c'était pour les cheveux blancs ou gris.
|. on Mar 11, 2016 @ 10:00 am|
I have never heard of it
|. on Mar 11, 2016 @ 11:59 am|
I have never heard of this before!