We know what you’re thinking: how can a no-yellow shampoo have anything to do with a brunette? We didn’t suddenly go crazy, we promise. Here’s why non-blondes should also use it!

No-yellow shampoo comes in a blue-purple shade, it works on bleached, treated and grey hair, and it’s made to stop your hair from turning to that really unpretty, dirty yellow shade which often appears on your hair a while after treatment. By doing this, this shampoo helps your hair keep its beautiful, light glow. No-yellow shampoo should only be used once a week, as an alternative to your regular shampoo, and it should sit in your hair for about 3 to 5 minutes. In addition to preventing your hair from turning to that really unattractive shade of yellow, no-yellow shampoo will nourish your hair, making it super soft. It’s not a hair dye, so don’t worry about its bold color, but also make sure you rinse your hands (and your bathtub or shower) very carefully after use: the pigment in there is so strong it might stain your hands or your furniture.

Let’s get to the main point, though: if you’re a brunette, and you really don’t like those copper streaks that occasionally appear in your hair, making it look washed out, this product will solve the problem by making your unwanted copper streaks a lot less visible. This hack will also save you a hairdye or two, allowing you to wait a little longer, until the copper streaks in your hair just feel like too much.

Disclaimer: this shampoo is also occasionally called “silver” shampoo, since it’s designed to give your hair a colder undertone. If you love your honey or golden hair color, well, stay away from it!

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