Clairol Shimmer Lights Original Shampoo Blonde and Silver 8 oz.
($1.42 / Fl Oz)
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- Clairol Professional
- Shimmer light shampoo
- Blonde and silver
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Size:8 fl. oz.
Out with brassy and in with shimmer and shine. Shimmer lights shampoo and conditioner are specialized hair care products specifically developed for silver and blonde hair, or brunette and red hair. Protein-enriched conditioning formula tones down brassiness on blonde and silver hair.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 3 x 2 x 1 inches; 6.38 Ounces
- Item model number : CRL1556
- UPC : 381519015564 794438090527 796433059134 785923104362 602228098663 602416751103 755332417902 681274302030 601825526258 784190232877
- Manufacturer : Atlas Ethnic
- ASIN : B000TC0LFS
Best Sellers Rank:
#4,807 in Beauty & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Beauty & Personal Care)
- #176 in Hair Shampoo
- Customer Reviews:
Water, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Glycol Distearate, Fragrance/Parfum, Disodium Phosphate, Glycol Stearate, Ricinoleamidopropyl Ethyldimonium Ethosulfate, Cocamide Mea, Linoleamidopropyl PG Dimonium Chloride Phosphate, Glycerin, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Propylene Glycol, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein, Tetrasodium EDTA, Methylparaben, Citric Acid, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylizothiazolinone, EXT. Violet 2,
A protein-enriched conditioning formula * Tones down brassiness on blonde / gray hair * Renews & refreshes faded highlights and ash-toned hair * Removes dull yellow in gray / white hair / * Blue Color Shampoo * Leaves hair shiny without residue * 8 fl.oz. (236.5 mL)
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Needless to say, purple shampoo is my best friend. I've tried several brands, some garbage, some amazing. This ranks at the top.
#1 will always be Davines Alchemic Conditioner in silver because the deep purple lifts brass and also conditions your hair. Very. Very. Important. Downside it that it's expensive, and I'm not a stripper so I can't afford that life on the regular.
#2 Clairol Shimmering Lights Shampoo. It took all of ONE wash to see a significant difference in the yellow hues and brassiness of my hair. The only downfall is that the smell is very... earthy? Think the soap aisle at Whole Foods... or PCC. Or that hippie chick in your class. It isn't terrible, and not enough to deter me from using it regularly between my Davines.
I will say though IT IS VERY DRYING. So be sure that you pray to coconut oil Jesus after, or at least use a good conditioner, otherwise your hair will feel gross and you won't like it and you'll be all like,"OMG THIS PRODUCT IS TERRIBLE BECAUSE IT WORKS, BUT I DIDNT READ THE REVIEWS." So, ya welcome. Saved you a step.
The suppliers must have taken note from reviews because my bottle arrived with an ungodly amount of packing tape wrapped around the lid to keep it from spilling, which worked. No mess when I opened it. :)
Overall, this is totally worth the $9 and you should definitely get it.
- this isn't bleach, it's not going to lift anything.
- this isn't a miracle, you still need to use quality products.
- this will not stain your hands or tub.
- this does burn if you get it in your eye.
- it's shampoo. It lathers.
- use conditioner.
- use conditioner.
- use the fricken conditioner.
Aroma: to Catson Catson Cats who called it "very... earthy? Think the soap aisle at Whole Foods" and "hippie chick in your class" - that probably nails it best... so I just wanted to state for the record to take it any further and dramatize this as either chemical, or old lady or even worse, old age home - is pretty far off the mark. Think rose hips which wasn't my cup of tea either - but is a really mild but lasting fragrance- so use your own (non sulfate) shampoo afterward to rinse out most of that aroma if you don't like the flowery smell and go for the best conditioner you got afterward. It's definitely not chemical nor is it "disgusting"- which would be real turnoff to a lot of people. I say chill and cover with your own.
Keratin: Or better yet, since it's your hair and no one else's, you might want to give Pravana's Purple a whirl, because it's sulfate free (no salt detergents) but know that it's twice the price so unless you've got a keratin treatment you are trying to preserve (then you MUST NOT get this) or you plan on using this stuff more than once a week if it's summer time (which I don't plan on doing UNLESS its summer and even then only every 10 days to 2 weeks) AND you are going to use a deep conditioner afterward you really don't need to spend the extra bucks because this works. I am clueless as to why people feel like they need to use this fairly drying shampoo more than once a week or more than twice a month. I used it once and it did what it needed to do for my dark brown lightened to really light with blond highlight now turned brassy from the sun red hair. For those who say it doesn't bleach - no it doesn't - the sun did- but here's the good part- it took away that brassy red and left the golden brown that I was going for so now it's at least light brown with lighter highlights. Till I get to the salon to tone down the summer sun this did the trick!
After the fact: Great color .Truly, soft, soft- no purple, like all the stripping agents did their job (I know, that also could mean harsh to hair, maybe, but it feels great, like I just colored my hair fresh). This might not be so bad considering all the hairdressers that use this stuff. Just don't keep dumping bottles of it on your hair- once- twice a month in summer is all you'll need.
4.5 stars because it works, great price. If it smelled beautiful like perfect 10 (great deep conditioner) it would be great. Wear coloring gloves if you have them but the purple rinses out easily.
The first pic is after a summer's worth of hard water and sun, the second is after one wash left in about 10 mins. and rinse with a simple boxed hair color conditioner.
Treat your hair like a temple and it will worship you back.
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