What's the best Silver Shampoo for White Hair? There isn't just one! Sure, the High Street Chemists are awash with products that promise to diminish those brassy tones, but which ones actually work? Let us tell you...
Fanola No More Yellow Shampoo* £5.75, from Amazon
Lee Stafford Bleach Blonde Shampoo* £6.99, from Boots
Fudge Clean Blonde Violet Shampoo 300ml* £8.76, from Beauty Bay
Bleach London Silver Shampoo* £4.33, from Boots
L’Oreal Professionnel Serie Expert Silver* £8.75, from Look Fantastic
Pro:Voke Touch of Silver Brightening Shampoo* £3.19, from Superdrug
Does Tomato Sauce Tone Yellow Hair?
If you're in a tight spot and you have no Toner or Silver Shampoo to hand, then using Tomato Sauce will certainly not do your hair any harm. There are many people online that testify that Tomato Sauce does indeed take out brassy tones, particularly greenish-yellowy shades.
If you fancy trying it then all you need to do is slather it on DRY hair and leave for 30-40 minutes. Rinse out thoroughly.
What does Silver Shampoo do to your hair?
Silver Shampoo is bright purple in colour and is formulated to eliminate brassy or yellow tones. It is used to tone your Blonde hair between salon appointments and will give a vibrant blonde, white or silver colour with it's violet pigment.
Can you use Purple Shampoo on Brown Hair?
As it is formulated for White to Blonde Hair, it's unlikely to have much of an effect on Darker Brown Hair. Having said that, if you left it on for long enough, you may see an ashy tone to the Hair. There are Shampoos for Brunettes that are better suited, like Fanola No More Orange*, which eliminates reddish tones from Brown Hair.