After coloring your hair blonde
, there's a certain cloud nine feeling that comes with perfectly processed locks. But, as with most things, there is a downside. You know that after a few washes, the yellow tones will, unfortunately, start to peek through.
Of course, there are in-salon treatments that your stylist can perform to keep pesky brassiness
at bay, but that involves a lot of time, money, and effort on your part. But there are easy, affordable, at-home
fixes that can do the job just as well in the comfort of your own bathroom.
From innovative silver shampoos
to toning drops that can be added to your favorite leave-in products, ahead you'll find 10 must-have mane-savers that make brassy blunders a worry of the past.
Amika Bust Your Brass Cool Blonde Shampoo ($24):
Made with wild cherry bark extract, hydrolyzed keratin, and avocado oil, this shampoo brings out cool tones, hydrates, detangles, and boosts your mane with protein, as well as vitamins A, D, E, and B6.
R+Co Sunset Blvd Blonde Shampoo ($29):
This vegan and cruelty-free purple shampoo makes blondes extra bright and grays as silver as ever. You'll love its "Serious Gaze" scent that smells of juniper berry, blood orange, rhubarb, and dark woods.
It's a 10 Miracle Brightening Blonde Shampoo ($24):
This daily shampoo specifically addresses the needs of blondes between salon visits, like brightening highlights, toning brassiness, conditioning, and protecting against fading.
Sachajuan Silver Shampoo ($31):
For serious volume, shine, and a gray-blonde tint, this shampoo can be used about 1 to 2 times per week to neutralize unwanted yellow-blonde tones.
Rita Hazen Root Concealer Touch Up Spray ($25):
When you're in a pinch without even the time you'd need to shampoo, this concealer can be applied onto your roots or your entire head to conceal brassiness in an instant.
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