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Any natural blondes out there....shampoo

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Sarcelle Sat 23-May-20 21:07:17

What shampoo do you use to get your natural highlights to shine/look brighter?

My favourite was discontinued a while back, I stockpiled and it is now running out - Boots Natural Collection chamomile ☹️.

Now looking for a replacement.....my hair is dark blonde with lighter natural streaks which get blonder in the summer.

Musicforsmorks Sat 23-May-20 22:12:24

You sound like me, although I actually stared with highlights last summer.
Prior to this my hair had never been coloured, and I always used either kerastase for unruly hair, or the Toni & guy labelM purple shampoo.

The t&g always made my hair less brassy and fresh looking, like midsummer. There are more expensive purple shampoos but they did t feel much different to me.

Bear in mind I am referring to before I had highlights.

I also recommend this:

Mnthrowaway20202 Sat 23-May-20 22:19:39

I have the above Kerastase shampoo too. I really like it but I find it quite drying

PorridgeStoat Sat 23-May-20 22:20:53

Following as I've tried loads of these shampoos and never found one that actually makes a difference..

Casmama Sat 23-May-20 22:22:15

I like these ones

Zhuleva Sat 23-May-20 22:25:26

Touch of Silver is good every now and again.

Also Sheer Blonde shampoo and conditioner.

Weirdly I found the one that worked the best was a medicated dandruff shampoo called Selsun which has now been discontinued, but you could try something like Nizoral. They both brightened the hair more than anything - I think because they stripped everything away.

Also, the usual lemon juice etc.

Flymetothetoon Sat 23-May-20 22:28:06

Fudge purple shampoo is your friend

AhComeOnNow Sat 23-May-20 22:29:42

I love the John Frieda blonde range

Ultrasoft Sat 23-May-20 22:40:37

I like John Frieda Go Lighter, it makes light my blonde hair look sun kissed. I've never got on with the purple ones, they actually make it go purple!

GlassOfProsecco Sat 23-May-20 22:59:20

I previously used the John Frieda Blonde shampoo but have moved to the Lidl version (costs about £1) & don't notice any difference.

Ultrasoft Sun 24-May-20 08:38:57

Ooh that's exciting Prosecco. I've often looked at it but never bought it.

copperoliver Sun 24-May-20 08:42:12

John Frieda blonde x

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