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Member since 17/04/2020
17 Apr 2020 11:48 AM
Did what it stated. Only light conditioning
I got their blue shampoo and conditioner at Woolies after reading prev reviews here. The shampoo is a very bright electric blue colour. First use today, it did tone my dark brown hair pretty decently, brassiness gone, back to 'cool dark chocolate'.
It's not very strongly conditioning - I have fine hair and don't need a lot of conditioning, but some might not find it to be enough conditioning or repair even if you use the blue conditioner as well as the shampoo.
After reading the other reviews here, I used gloves.
Do wear the gloves. Especially for the shampoo, it's very pigmented.
Brunettes with unwanted red or gold tones,
Member since 11/08/2015
6 Feb 2020 7:07 PM
Good for coloured hair
I colour my hair , a dark brown shade. This shampoo does make a difference , it neutralizes the orange tones. I forgot to get gloves and my nails were stained , so definitely use gloves from now on.
The shampoo has a bright blue colour ,it doesn't lather a lot like regular shampoo , but does a good job cleaning the hair and maintaining the colour for longer.
Gloves are a must.
Dark coloured hair.
Member since 16/12/2018
16 Jul 2019 3:40 PM
I purchased Toni & Guys Blue Shampoo and Conditioner when they were half price on sale, the application is super messy (you MUST wear gloves) and my fingers were stained when I didn't listen to the 'wear gloves' warning on the bottles. After I didn't notice much of a difference to my hair colourwise, but it was a lot more knotty after using the products which was disappointing.
Member since 25/01/2014
17 May 2019 12:52 PM
This purple shampoo is fantastic and leaves my hair really ashy blonde just like I've been to the hairdresser. I have tried many other shampoos and conditioners for blonde hair over the years but this is by far the best. It also leaves the regrowth lighter and less noticeable.
Also leaves my hair soft and manageable.
Put the shampoo on when you first get into the shower and rinse off later. I leave the conditioner in the longest to be sure to get the softness.
Coloured blonde hair
Member since 02/04/2015
20 Apr 2019 10:19 PM
Lose the orange and copper tone out of blonde
I had just had my hair done, at the hairdresser and I'm sick of ending up with orange highlights. I recommend using gloves when shampooing as hands turn blue. The smell isn't full of chemicals and keeps the tone blonde. Also I found the conditioner gave me soft shiney
Always wear gloves for the shampoo
Greyhair and blonde and brown hair it keeps the tone blonde
Member since 18/12/2018
15 Apr 2019 4:27 PM
I'm glad I found this!
I have always been aware of purple shampoo for blondes and never thought twice about toning shampoo as I am a brunette, but I was so happy to hear about blue shampoo! It gives my hair such a lovely shade weeks after a salon visit by getting rid of those red and copper tones I don't want and it still gives my hair a good clean.