Philip Kingsley Pure Silver Shampoo and Conditioner

 

I lighten my hair to try to recapture the perfect blonde color of my youth, problem is my hair pulls red and my beautiful blonde is never far from brassy.  I have been using the Philip Kingsley Pure Silver Shampoo and Conditioner to combat the dreaded brassy look. Besides smelling great it leaves my hair so soft and shiny and just a few days in my hair had lost the brassy look.

Philip Kingsley Pure Silver Shampoo


Formulated specifically for grey and bleached blonde hair, Pure Silver shampoo adds shine to dull, discoloured, grey and brassy blonde hair.

Designed with violet hues and Optical Brighteners, it reduces the appearance of yellow discolouration and gives the hair a dramatically brighter and glossier appearance. It provides gentle cleansing, balancing the different needs of roots and ends and supplies vital moisture, leaving hair lustrous and manageable.
Contains lavender oils for a calming fragrance.

 

$22

 

Love this conditioner it helps keep my hair bright and blonde and leaves it soft, shiny and easy to comb. I like that it is not too heavy it conditions without weighing down my hair.

Philip Kingsley Pure Silver Conditioner

Formulated specifically for grey and bleached blonde hair, Pure Silver conditioner adds shine to dull, discolored, grey and brassy blonde hair.
Designed with violet hues and Optical Brighteners, it reduces the appearance of yellow discolouration and gives the hair a dramatically brighter and glossier appearance. It provides gentle cleansing and conditioning, balancing the different needs of roots and ends, and leaving hair lustrous, healthy and manageable. Cationic conditioning agents reduce static and improve combing.
Contains lavender oils for a calming fragrance.

$28


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