Thursday, November 16, 2017

Watercolors Shampoo and Conditioner

Purple!
I learned quickly when I first went red five or six years ago that red washes out of your hair FAST.  For a long time I rocked a "black cherry" wine red.  I used Tressa Watercolors shampoo to help keep the red in a little longer.  Sure, it looked like I murdered someone in my shower, but the red didn't fade as quickly (and it washes down so it never stained my shower or hands).  I tried to go blonde again and it just never worked with my pale skin tone, so I went back to red almost two years ago.  I started having my stylist add more and more purple -- first because I like purple and second because I had hoped it wouldn't fade as quickly as red.  While it does still fade a bit, I went looking for Tressa Watercolors again to see if they had something to help.  They do have a violet shampoo (which is technically to help keep blonde hair bright), but I find it helps keep my purple hair from fading as quickly too.  They also have a clear conditioner.  It is all sulfate-free, which is better for our hair anyway!


Tressa Watercolors violet shampoo:

http://amzn.to/2zMqpZG

Tressa Watercolors red shampoo:

http://amzn.to/2imARQ0

Tressa clear conditioner:

http://amzn.to/2yKpXtr


Purple and a snapchat filter :)

Red



2 comments:

  1. I did a purple glaze once. I was not expecting so much purple in my shower. Good thing my sheets are chocolate brown.

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    1. I do use black sheets because if I sweat after my hair is newly-done, it will transfer to my pillows. But this shampoo doesn't ruin any of my stuff...just the hair dye. haha!

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