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Why Use a Purple Shampoo on Blonde Hair?

Why Use a Purple Shampoo on Blonde Hair?

Everything you need to know about using shampoos to remove brassy tones from blonde hair|Advice from the experts at Gavin Ashley Hairdressing Salon, Bury St Edmunds

redken blondage shampoo at gavin ashley hair salon bury st edmundsProlong the life of your blonde hair colour and keep it looking bright & bold for longer with the NEW Redken Blondage range available now at Gavin Ashley hairdressing salon in Bury St Edmunds.

This new range of colour enhancing shampoos and conditioners are designed to prevent blonde shades from looking washed out, brassy and faded. These specially formulated shampoos contain colour pigment and are designed with coloured blonde hair in mind!

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The Benefits of Using a Purple Shampoo on Blonde Hair

redken blondage shampoo at gavin ashley hair salon bury st edmundsUsing a coloured shampoo on ice white blonde hair or cool platinum blonde shades helps to keep your hair colour looking strong and vibrant in between salon visits. Purple shampoo helps to fight the warm tones in your hair that try and peek through after your hair has been lightened.

Similar to a toner you can use colour shampoos at home to help with tonal imbalances in the hair. A toner can change a brassy blonde hair colour and neutralise unwanted yellow tones in just a matter of minutes. If the hair contains a yellow tone, a pigmented purple shampoo is going to neutralize that warmth.

What Causes My Blonde Hair To Go Brassy?

Brassy hair colour is often the result of a bleaching or lifting service and is where the underlying pigment naturally present in your hair is exposed. For lightened blonde hair, the underlying pigment is yellow, and for lightened brown to black hair, the underlying pigments are orange and red.

How Do I Remove Unwanted Tones From My Blonde Hair Colour?

redken blondage shampoo at gavin ashley hair salon bury st edmundsCommon questions we get asked in our Bury St Edmunds hairdressing salon include ‘how do I keep my blonde hair looking bright & fresh’ & ‘how do I remove unwanted yellow tones from my blonde hair colour’?

The team of skilled hair colour experts at Gavin Ashley Hairdressing advise the best ways to remove brassy, orange and red tones from your hair and maintain that perfect clean blonde shade at home is to use Redken’s Blondage shampoo and conditioner alongside your regular shampoo.

How Often Should I use a Pigmented Colour Shampoo?

Ensure you only use the Blondage shampoo and conditioner no more than twice a week as when you eliminate too much yellow from the hair, it can look darker. 

Protect Your Hair During the Colouring Process with an OLAPLEX™ Treatment

Healthy hair is less likely to turn brassy. The hair colourists at Gavin Ashley salon in Bury St Edmunds advise adding an OLAPLEX™ hair repairing treatment to your hair colouring service. OLAPLEX™ treatments are designed to transform your hair to give it strength, shine and a more vibrant colour.

Book Your Hair Appointment at Gavin Ashley Hair Salon, Bury St Edmunds

No matter if you are changing your hair colour from brunette to blonde, want to add a few sun kissed highlights or fancy the latest balayage or ombre hair colour – we can help.  Our talented team of hair colour technicians are waiting to create the perfect hair colour for you. Simply give us a call on 01284 754066 to book your next appointment at your local Bury St Edmunds salon.

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