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How often should you use purple or blue shampoo?


So, you know those purple and blue shampoos that many people use to keep their blonde or bronde hair looking fresh and vibrant? Well, they are indeed magical, but like anything good in life, too much of them can lead to unexpected consequences for your hair.


Here's the deal: Purple and blue shampoos are specially formulated to neutralize those pesky yellow or orange tones that can creep into blonde or brunette hair. They contain pigments that counteract the unwanted warm hues, leaving your hair looking cool and beautiful.


But, and it's a big but, these shampoos deposit color with every wash. So, if you're lathering up with them every day, guess what's happening? Your hair can start to absorb too much of that purple or blue pigment, making it darker than you probably intended.


That's where the "once a week" rule comes into play. To maintain that perfect shade and prevent your hair from turning into an unintended shade of violet or blue, use your purple or blue shampoo sparingly. Once a week is the sweet spot for most people.


Here's a handy trick: If you're washing your hair only once a week, use the purple or blue shampoo every other week. This way, you strike a balance between toning out brassiness and maintaining your color.


Why is this so important? Well, overusing these shampoos can make your hair brittle and prone to breakage. Nobody wants hair that snaps like dry twigs, right? So, a little restraint in the shampoo department can go a long way in keeping your locks healthy and vibrant.


In a nutshell, purple and blue shampoos are your blonde or brunette hair's best friends, but don't overdo it. Use them once a week, or even every other week if you're washing less frequently, to keep your hair looking its absolute best without any unintended color surprises.


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