Tinted Shampoos and Conditioners


Posted in Products on February 24th, 2012 by Reagan

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Another great way to keep your color looking beautiful, is to freshen it up with color tinted shampoos and conditioners. These are actually great even if you don’t color treat your hair. Do you ever feel like your hair just looks drab? I hate that! I sometimes feel like it look sickly when my color is looking bad.

My favorite line of color shampoos and conditioners is Davines. They have lots of different colors. I love using chocolate on my clients. I’ll do it even once in a while when they come in for a blow out just to give them a pick me up. This line is a little spendy, but the bottles are large and will last you a really long time, especially since you would only want to use it about once a week. Click here to buy!

Another great one is Manic Panic High Voltage Colorizing Shampoo and Conditioner. These are meant to compliment actual Manic Panic color, but I’ve used a little of the red/pink to give my hair a little umph when I was pinkish last summer. Like Davines, you only want to use these once a week, and obviously they are for a little more for the daring girl. Click here to buy!

Have you tried a tinted shampoo and conditioner?

 

 



17 Responses to “Tinted Shampoos and Conditioners”

  1. Katie Says:

    I have bright red hair and use a Revlon Nutri Color Creme treatment in 600 (Fire Red). It stains the hands a little, but it makes my hair colour last so much longer and keeps it looking bright. It’s not terribly expensive AU$40 a bottle. You don’t need much, and you can either use it on its own for a colour boost, or I tend to mix a few pumps with my regular conditioner every time I wash. It’s been my savior.

    Also – LOVE your blog. Love. Lovelove.

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  2. Marcie Says:

    I have honestly never heard of tinted shampoos and conditioners…only the shampoos and conditioners for color treated hair. Hmmm, how very interesting. They are kinda spendy (I love that you used that word, haha), but I really want to try them now. My hair definitely starts looking drab after a while, but I never knew what to do about it. That’s an awesome tip! Thank you so much for sharing!!

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  3. Lacy Says:

    I love Davines, it was one of my favorite lines we carried at the Bellagio… another great one is Loreal’s colorist collection… I bet that Manic Panic is awesome… Wish i was daring to do fun colors!

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  4. Jess Says:

    Davines colour shampoos are AMAZING! I used to work at a salon that was Davines concept. a client of mine had blonde hair but used to have strawberry blonde as a kid. We used to mix up a couple of the colours and give her that look again without her having to colour her hair! Definitely a great product!

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  5. Katie Says:

    Very intrigued by the Davines shampoo… but having a hard time figuring out if it’s sulfate free (I do Keratin treatments). Do you know?

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  6. Autumn Says:

    Katie, if you rub a little conditioner on your hands first, it won’t stain your hands as much:)

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  7. Amanda Says:

    Oh, thank you for doing this post! I don’t color my hair (natural redhead), but as I’ve gotten older, my hair color has faded a bit. I used the discontinued Artec (and liked it), switched to Aveda (not copper enough, but okay), and have been considering getting the Ted Gibson line when my Aveda supply runs out. I’d never heard of Davines!

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  8. Lauren Says:

    Thanks for the advice!

    I remember a few years back John Frieda made something similar — it was just okay. Artec made something too — just amazon’ed it, doesn’t exist anymore (I think Loreal replaced it?)

    @Reagan — if I can only afford one (shampoo or conditioner) of the Davines — which should I get? Would it still have the same results?

    @Katie — you mix regular hair color with conditioner? Please tell us more…I’ve never thought to do that

    I’m really interested in tinted shampoo/conditioners — I dye my dark brown hair a dark red frequently and I just feel like the color fades really fast.

    Thanks ya’ll!

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  9. maya Says:

    I really want to try this but I’m so worried it’ll stain my enameled iron tub. Do you know?

    I’ve also heard you can drip a little semi-perm dye into your conditioner to do the same but I’ve always been too nervous.

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  10. Katie Says:

    Thanks Autumn! I never thought of that.

    Lauren – I mix my conditioner with my colour treatment so that I can use it every time I wash.

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  11. Kaitlin Says:

    Do you know of a brand that is pretty pocket-book friendly? maybe $20-30 for the set?

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  12. Jacqueline Says:

    I love the coloured shampoos! At least, I think so …

    Can you predict what will happen to my blonde hair if I try the pink/red shampoo? If I would get that ‘oeh is that pink? I don’t know it’s so subtle but VERY beautiful’-response I’m willing to try!

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  13. Wendy Grimm Says:

    The Davines line is TDF. Works so so well. I always get compliments when I use it. And the containers are reusable.

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  14. Colin Brunton Says:

    Thanks for the blogging – I run a small salon in the UK (love Mason and Pearce brushes btw) and liked your info on Davine’s so went looking and yup they do it in the UK – looks like the kind of things I would like – very earthy and eco looking packaging, but sadly its got SLS and other sulphates in which just puts me off big time. I did a short post on my blog about ingredients. Most folks still are pretty ignorant (through no fault of their own, cos it sounds harsh to say that) to these things though.

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  15. Adrienne Says:

    I’m a hairstylist that dyes her hair red and I wash my hair everyday or every other day, the only thing that has saved my red locks is squeezing a little temporary color into my conditioner everytime I wash my hair. My hair stays vibrant until I color my hair again.

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  16. amanda Says:

    HI, I just dyed my hair a Chocolate brown with a red tint and I’m trying to find a color shampoo for my hair any ideas? I”ve been looking and I can’t seem to find anything for my hair . Should i use a color shampoo or a brunette shampoo? I just bought the L’oreal color vibrancy which has Antioxidants but i dont know if i should try it.

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  17. Natalie Says:

    I am so glad tinted shampoos and conditioners are back. Used to use them in the 80′s to maintain you pinks, purples and blues.

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