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(5 Posts)
mummytasha11 Fri 12-Aug-11 11:47:32

Hi everyone, I am like a platinum blonde colour and was wondering what the best products are to keep the colour from yellowy and brassy? Also do any of you put a mask on your hair? If so which one?

Need to start taking care or hair will fall out 

TattyDevine Fri 12-Aug-11 11:58:11

I really rate the Lee Stafford "Bleach blonde" or is it "beach blonde"? confused range including the "Hot shots". Look in boots. Lovely purple shampoos and conditioners that really whiten up hair that's looking a bit yellow or brassy grin

PeterSpanswick Fri 12-Aug-11 12:07:43

There is a shampoo called Touch of Silver which I used once after a highlighting disaster! It's meant for grey hair but neutralises the warmer tones and was v reasonable. They don't always have it in Boots but local chemists are usually a safe bet.

MissBeehiving Fri 12-Aug-11 12:27:43

Joico has the stongest purple pigmentation and it works well.

Muckyhighchair Fri 12-Aug-11 15:59:29

I rate both the touch of silver and the beach blondes really good stuff

But the best one is the john fredia colour glaze one. It's in a plastic packet not a shampoo or conditioner. That works the best, but it does glow with uv lights on your skin, which I found out with very odd patches over my face, arms and shoulders out clubbing. Not such a great look!

If your hair is real wreck (like mine! Too much blonde) use tigi urban antidotes, level 3 the red one, its the only thing I've found that stops my hair from breaking. I couldn't grow my hair for years it was always at jaw length, for 3 years I tried to grow it with no secces. Now it's around 5 inches below my shoulders in around 5 months and i don't it every wash.

I get it from eBay for 10 for both the shampoo and conditioner. Or tk max when they get it in

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