Purple shampoos are amazing for preventing and treating brassy hair when you go from dark hair to blonde hair. The undertones of dark hair are red/orange. This “brassy” look is generally not the most flattering. So, many of us wash our hair with purple shampoos and conditioners. However, after using a purple shampoo for a few weeks, I noticed that my hair still feels dry and coarse. This is the case with many purple shampoos (including the name brand ones!). They only treat brassiness without hydrating plus they contain hash chemicals such as sulfate that can lead to further drying of your fried hair.
Honestly, if my hair gets any drier then it’ll just be straight straw.
The Purple Shampoo Dilemma
Now, it seems like you have to pick between having brassy hair or dry hair. But I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to choose because HASK came out with the perfect solution!
Blue shampoo for blonde hair that is made with hair-nourishing oils! My hair has been dry and brittle ever since I bleached it. Like Jenna Marbles said, “It feels like Doritos.”
Unlike many shampoos out there, HASK does not have any parabens or sulfates in their products. When a shampoo and conditioner contains sulfate it can lead to further drying and damaging of color-treated hair and normal hair. And HASK blond care shampoo and conditioner contains Argan to help nourish and hydrate your damaged hair!
I love the ingredients in HASK products and I love that I now have a shampoo that treats brassiness without trying out my hair! Plus, HASK is super affordable.
And if your hair is in need of serious hydration then you have to dry the HASK hair masks because they smell amazing and make your hair feel soft and look shiny. Trust me, after a treatment, you’ll feel like you’re in a hair commercial. So feel free to let yourself do a little sexy hair dance.
Did I mention you can pick HASK up at Walgreens and Ulta? Points and discounts? Sign me up!
**Disclaimer: I received the HASK shampoo, conditioner, and treatment mask free for reviewing purposes. All opinions expressed are my own.**