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L'Oreal Serie Expert Silver Shampoo
« on: 11 Mar 14 / 04:30 AM »
I have natural blonde hair, when I was younger,  up to age 15, currently 25, my hair was more of a white blonde, very very light, I ended up moving and spent the next 10 years in iron water, thus my blonde went to rust ,and developed a lot of dark blondes, rust shades, even light browns, and I lost that white blonde that I had.  I think part of it was just hormones, and age, but I want that white blonde back, without dying my hair every month.  I don't want to kill it.  I have managed to get the rust out, but I still have some darker blondes, that makes my hair look darker, not to mention my hair seems to be more of a yellow blonde now.  Almost orange in lights, mostly the top anyways, the under hairs are all the darker blonde. 
I heard about purple shampoo, which is how I have managed to get rid of the rust colors, but ended up with this yellow.  I went the cheap route and got the john frieda, who I'm not a fan of.  But after some looking around online I read about the L'Oreal Serie Expert Silver Shampoo, what I want to know, is if this shampoo could over all lighten my hair towards the whiter blonder?  Or would it jst make me go silver lol!  I really jst want that white blonde and not the yellow blonde. I'm open to any other suggestions, I'm just not a fan of dying my hair, and I'm fine if whatever the method be takes a few weeks to acheive what I want.
 

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Re: L'Oreal Serie Expert Silver Shampoo
« Reply #1 on: 11 Mar 14 / 11:24 AM »
Those shampoos are usually ok at removing yellowtones without making your hair silver. Some of us use them as toner to turn the hair silver or lilac but you usually need to leave them on for at least half an hour. You should be ok just using it as shampoo to ger rid of the  yellow tones.

Also the more time you spend in the sun, the lighter your hair gets as sun light bleaches hair :)
 

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Re: L'Oreal Serie Expert Silver Shampoo
« Reply #2 on: 11 Mar 14 / 12:45 PM »
Have you tried a chelating shampoo, also known as swimmer's shampoo?  A lot of people who live in hard water areas or who have copper/iron piping find them very useful for removing mineral deposits from their hair.
 

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Re: L'Oreal Serie Expert Silver Shampoo
« Reply #3 on: 11 Mar 14 / 08:13 PM »
Those shampoos are usually ok at removing yellowtones without making your hair silver. Some of us use them as toner to turn the hair silver or lilac but you usually need to leave them on for at least half an hour. You should be ok just using it as shampoo to ger rid of the  yellow tones.

Also the more time you spend in the sun, the lighter your hair gets as sun light bleaches hair :)

:) thankyou for the info.  I actually can't be in the sun haha!!!!1 I don't sweet and i have pale skin so I turn into a lobster and pass out haha
 

 

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