Battle Of The Toning Shampoos

Battle Of The Toning Shampoos

"What's the difference between purple shampoo and blue shampoo?" a tale as old as time. We know it can be confusing to differentiate between blue and purple shampoo. Both are great but different! We'll give you a little rundown on the difference between the two, so you can see which is better for your hair! 

Blue Shampoo- Vegan No Orange:

What Is It? 

Anti-Orange Vegan Toning Shampoo, completely free of sulfates, silicones, and parabens that has a special blue pigment

Ideal For: 

Brunette, Dark Blonde, Grey and Platinum Hair.

What It Does:  

Special blue pigment tones down unwanted orange hues and neutralizes undesired copper and red reflections.

How To Use:

Apply to wet hair, massage, and leave on for 1-5 minutes, lather and rinse. Can be used 1-2 times a week to help with undesired copper/red reflections.

Original No Orange

What Is It? 

Anti-Orange toning blue shampoo! 

Ideal For: 

Brunette, Dark Blonde, Grey and Platinum Hair.

What It Does: 

Removes any unwanted orange hues and neutralizes undesired copper and red reflections in hair. 

How To Use: 

Apply to wet hair, massage, and leave on for 1-10 minutes, lather and rinse. Can be used 1-2 times a week to help with undesired copper/red reflections.

 

Purple Shampoo-Vegan No Yellow

What Is It? 

Ultra-gentle Vegan Toning Shampoo, completely free of sulfates, silicones, and parabens formulated with a special violet pigment to nourish the hair and neutralize yellow reflections

What It Does:

Neutralizes yellow reflections while conditioning the hair, leaving it feeling soft, silky and giving it a cool, ashy and vibrant tone.

How To Use:

Apply on damp or dry hair 1-5 minutes and rinse off; for a stronger effect, leave on 5-15 minutes. Can be used once a week or when yellow is visible, leave on for 1-5 minutes.

Original No Yellow 

What Is It?

Toning shampoo formulated with a special violet pigment to neutralize reflections.

Ideal For: 

Grey, Super Lightened, Bleached, or De-colored Hair

What It Does:

Tones down grey or lightened hairs, while neutralizing undesired yellow reflections. Eliminates yellow tones and gives a signature silver, ash tone on blonde hair.

How To Use:

Massage into damp or dry hair for 1-5 minutes, then rinse. For strong effect leave on for 5-15 minutes. Can be used once a week or when yellow is noticeable for 1-5 minutes.

 

So what's the difference ?

No Yellow Shampoo's violet pigment will make all your silver hair dreams come true. If you have very light blonde hair or if you are looking to maintain the silver color, we recommend using No Yellow or Vegan No Yellow, it will remove any yellow tones in your hair! It's a blonde's best friend! 

For Icy hair, we recommend using No Orange or Vegan No Orange. Its blue pigment counteracts red, orange, and copper undertones in dark blonde or brunette hair, all things that make brass in the hair. It can also be used on platinum blonde hair to give it that frosty white effect. 

Still not sure which is your fav? Check out this video that our artistic director, James Miju did explaining the difference between the two: 

 

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