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I'm experimenting with shampoos and conditioners atm to make it really pop. So far I really like John Frieda Sheer Blonde. I've tried the Essano purple shampoo and conditioners, and the Fudge purple conditioner, but I don't love the scents of them. I've used Lush Daddy-O in the past for dark hair but it's especially good for light, apparently, so might try that. I also used their Marilyn conditioner when I had my black to gold balayage in a few years back, so that's another option, perhaps.
But first... what have you tried that really makes pale hair shine as if illuminated? Now that i'm not colouring it i want it BLINDING.
I'm considering trying Fanola again and adding some to my normal shampoo to dilute it a bit.
First world problems!
For other's asking about purple shampoo, I've found the Pro:Voke brand works well without being as drying as Fudge or staining the hair purple. Hask do a blue shampoo and conditioner for blondes that tones well, and as it's blue it doesn't stain the hair at all, and has a really nice natural smell.
I really liked Fudge and essano for toning, but found them drying and that they stain the hair a bit. Tried the Lee Stafford purple shampoo's and found them quite useless.
I remembered years ago I had a purple spray and found it more efficient than the shampoos, as you leave it all in and you can target it exactly onto the areas you want covered. So I'll see how this Fudge spray works. I find the top of my hair and either side of my part is the first areas to go brassy and lose their POP so I'll target those areas first. It was $28 for a 150ml spray bottle.
Fudge Clean Blonde Violet Tri-blo:
Instantly knocks out brassy, yellow tones in 1 use for hair that's blonder than blonde! Invisi-shield technology plus professional strength violet micro-pigment defends against 235°C heat to improve cuticle health resulting in hair that's brighter, blonder and stronger. With triple action styling polymers that polish dry damaged hair delivering weightless hold and masses of shine.
Another option for spray is Schwarzkopf Nordic Blonde anti-yellow spray. It's purple, and you can get it from supermarkets.
I avoid the ends of my lightened hair becoming purple by double-cleasning my hair. I wash it first with a normal shampoo, and while it is still lathery from that, I then add the purple shampoo. Stops your hair from drying out as mush as well.
bistow or bistows
All are purple based the bistows one is the cheapest you can get from uncle bills. Steiner is at the pharmacy. L'Oréal and bistow have a nice scent. You could go for a blue shampoo instead of purple