Beauty product of the week: Fanola No Yellow shampoo
Never worry about brassy tones in your hair ever again with this amazing and affordable shampoo!
Why we love this product
One thing practically all blondes can relate to is our sheer disgust of brassy tones. It is our number one pet hate of having light hair.
It's not a cheap life of dying your hair blonde. Getting those icy cool Elsa vibes is harder than one would think. Luckily, this shampoo is hands down the best for keeping your locks looking fresh from the salon. The Fanola No Yellow shampoo is the purple shampoo of all purple shampoos. Now, when I say purple, I mean it is on its way to black, it's that dark. So you know this ain't no wishy-washy product.
The Fanola No Yellow shampoo was created to tone your hair and combat brassy tones. Your hair absorbs the shampoo making it stay an icy colour. However, be warned, this shampoo is highly pigmented and if you leave it in too long your hair may start looking fairly ashy or even purple. If that's your kind of style though, go for it.
If you're after something more subtle, I'd suggest mixing it in with a hydrating shampoo as the toning process can be quite drying. Plus, it makes the shampoo less pigmented.
In all honesty, you don't even need to use this shampoo every time you wash your hair. Using it once a week is easily all you need in order to keep your hair looking like you walked straight out of the salon.
The best part about this shampoo is that it is totally affordable. You can even get your hands on a 1000ml bottle if you like. The 350ml bottle retails for $23.90 online at a number of retail stores. Plus, when you mix the shampoo with a different one, this shampoo is going to last you a very long time.
Where you can buy it
You can purchase Fanola No Yellow Shampoo from a number of stockists including:
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