First Impressions: Fanola No Yellow Shampoo

Fanola No Yellow Shampoo (350ml)

I've had bright blonde hair for around 6 years now so it's fair to say I've tried out a lot of different products designed for blonde and dyed hair. Many have been recommended on blogs and through Youtube, some by my hairdresser and others have been my own discoveries by taking a risk whilst shopping. My latest purchase is as a result of my hairdresser. Instead of using purple shampoo and a toner at my last appointment she just used this and I left the salon with the brightest hair in months, receiving compliments from staff, other customers and even people on the street outside. 

I was straight onto the internet to order it when I got home. I bought it from eBay for £14 since then it seem to be cheaper on Amazon. It can be anything from £8 to £20 for 350ml. As far as purple shampoo goes that's quite an average price. Though this doesn't seem to be your average purple shampoo. Brassy tones is a common complaint when you've got blonde hair and most people know to grab the purple stuff. Fanola No Yellow Shampoo is an extremely intense purple shampoo, so much so you run the risk of purple stained hands. I knew to expect this as my hairdresser showed me hers. It washes off with a bit of soap but if you've got dry hands it'll be a little more stubborn.

The instructions on the bottle says to leave it on for 1-5 minutes. This is a little bit scary as I've had the purple wash look from leaving purple shampoo on too long before. Because my hair was washed with it quite recently I didn't want to push it but wanted to work so I massaged it in for around 3 minutes, making sure to get every last hair. My only complaint so far was my scalp looked a little purple but my hair looks great. I'm looking forward to seeing the results a few weeks from now, when I'm further away from my last hair appointment and looking forward to my next.
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