Using a toner can do wonders for your hair colour, keeping it looking shiny and vibrant – but which toning shampoo should you use? We outline the difference between blue vs purple shampoo, so you can choose the right toner for you.
Blue VS Purple Shampoo
What Does Purple Shampoo Do?
Purple shampoo is a cleansing toner that helps to keep your blonde and lightened hair looking fresh and vibrant. Its purple pigments draw out brassiness and neutralise those unwanted tones, keeping your colour cool and brass-free.
Does Purple Shampoo Work?
If you have blonde or highlighted hair – absolutely! Purple effectively neutralises yellow, as they are opposites on the colour spectrum and can counteract each other.
Purple shampoo benefits natural and dyed blondes, as well as brunettes with lightened hair, including highlights, balayage and ombre.
What Does Blue Shampoo Do?
Blue shampoo is a cleansing toner that helps to keep your brunette hair cool and ashy. Its blue pigments draw out the natural orange and red undertones from your brown hair and instantly knock out those unwanted warm hues.
Does Blue Shampoo Work?
If it’s an icy, cool brunette colour that you’re after, blue shampoo is for you! Blue effectively neutralises orange, as they are opposites on the colour spectrum and can counteract each other.
Blue shampoo benefits natural and dyed brunettes who don’t have lightened sections.
Purple Shampoo For Blonde Hair
The easiest way to flaunt a beautiful shade of blonde is to maintain your colour with a purple shampoo and conditioner.
We recommend using our Clean Blonde Damage Rewind Violet Toning Shampoo and Conditioner. Formulated with salon-strength violet micro-pigments and our patented Opti-PlEX™ technology, they work to knock out brassy tones, while repairing and strengthening too.
Once a week, lather the shampoo into wet hair using gloves, then allow 2 to 5 minutes for the pigments to work their magic before rinsing. Follow with the conditioner to leave hair looking blonder and feeling strong, smooth and soft.