Tone Brassy Hair at Home with Purple Shampoo
They say blondes have more fun. What they forget to mention is how its not fun maintain those bright, blonde locks. It’s a good thing there is such a thing as purple shampoo. Purple shampoo is used to tone blonde hair in between salon visits. The more violet, blue undertones it has, the more it will help cancel out brassy hair. Think about the color wheel for a second. By using the color opposite from the color on the color wheel, it will cancel out the tones and neutralize it.
In this video I’m using John Frieda’s Violet Crush Purple Shampoo.
What it does: neutralizes brassy tones in just 1 use for cooler, brighter blonde hair.How to use John Frieda Violet Crush Purple Shampoo:
Things to Remember: purple shampoo is drying on the hair, so be sure to use conditioner after using it once a week.
How to use:
1. Gently massage into wet hair
2. Lather it in
3. For intense results, leave it on for 5-6 minutes
4. Rinse well
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