How do you use purple shampoo on bleached hair?

Purple toning shampoo is an easy addition to your blonde hair care routine to help brighten your shade and help cool your hair color. To use purple shampoo, wet hair, and lather on your hair. Depending on your hair’s level of brassiness, leave the purple shampoo on for two to three minutes.

How long can I leave purple shampoo in my hair?

Leave it on up to 20 minutes and then wash out and follow with conditioner as usual. It even works to get rid of unwanted yellow tones in natural gray or silver hair. Or, if you need a less intense re-fresh of your light locks, just use it on wet hair in the shower like your normal shampoo.

Will purple shampoo tone bleached hair?

When you get your hair professionally colored at the salon, hairstylists often tone hair to neutralize brassy yellow and orange tones on bleached hair. Purple shampoo is a great at-home solution for toning hair and preventing brassiness.

Does putting purple shampoo on dry hair make it more blonde?

The short answer: No! People have been trying this technique because your hair will absorb more of the purple pigment when it’s dry.

How long does it take for bleached hair to go back to normal?

If your hair was 25 cm before bleaching, it’ll take about two years to return to normal, assuming your hair grows 1 cm per month. If your hair was 50 cms before bleaching, it’ll take just under three years to get it back to normal, assuming your hair grows 1.5 cms per month.

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What happens if you use purple shampoo too much?

While that is perfectly fine, there are times that the outcomes are just too extreme and irreversible. For blondes, especially with platinum hair, overusing purple shampoo can lead to severe staining. Obviously, shampooing the hair too much can also lead to more damage.

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