JOHN Frieda has launched Blue Crush, an intense blue shampoo with crushed blue pigments to help un-brass brunettes.
With a month to go until the salons reopen, it’s the perfect way to keep your hair looking fresh until then.
John Friedas Blue Crush is made for brunettes
We’re all used to the idea of using purple shampoo to balance out blonde, but John Frieda’s Blue Crush collection helps to knock out stubborn brassy tones.
John Frieda’s Blue Crush Shampoo and Conditioner is available to shop now from Boots and is priced at £6.99 each.
The blue works to counteract the orange, so those brunettes who lighten their hair with highlights or balayage hair can return to their cool tones, and banish brassy, orange.
Brunette hair has more melanin than blonde, and in a salon your hairdresser will use a toner to banish warm, coppery tones but these will soon fade,
Using the same science as John Frieda’s Violet Crush to banish yellow toned brassiness, the blue looks to neutralise the orange tones in brunette hair.
If like us, you’re counting down the days to your next hair appointment when the salons re-open in April this could be just the thing to see your through.
It’s available exclusively from Boots now, and is priced at £6.99 a bottle.
We’ll see you at the tills.
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