While many people are familiar with purple shampoo for blonde or silver hair, did you know there is also a blue shampoo? Blue shampoo has a very similar concept, but it works well for brunettes and those with darker colored hair. It helps remove brassiness and can make you feel like you just stepped out of the salon.
The way these colored shampoos work is that the colors cancel out each other. For example, purple shampoos cancel out that unwanted yellow color. Blue shampoos cancel out any orange tones. This can help maintain your hair between coloring appointments or save you a trip to get your hair toned.
Just be sure not to leave the colored shampoo on your hair for too long or it can give you a dully or ashy look. It can also give you a dry scalp, so don’t use it every day. Once a week or even once every few weeks is great! Use the shampoo when you notice your color becoming brassy.
When using the shampoo, make sure to apply evenly to your roots and your ends. If you apply it unevenly, it could lead to your hair color looking a bit uneven. Rinse immediately, or else you could see dull hair. If you notice that it didn’t work, you can repeat.
Keranique offers a color-boosting shampoo and conditioner. When used together, it helps prevent color washout and fade, while also moisturizing and strengthening hair. In addition, it helps scalp health. Think of it as an all-in-one product that is perfect for any color-treated hair.
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