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Reddit mentions of Clairol Professional Shimmer Lights Shampoo Blonde & Silver 16 Fl Oz

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We found 10 Reddit mentions of Clairol Professional Shimmer Lights Shampoo Blonde & Silver 16 Fl Oz. Here are the top ones.

Clairol Professional Shimmer Lights Shampoo Blonde & Silver 16 Fl Oz
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Protein-enriched conditioning formula tones down brassiness on blonde and silver hairRenews and refreshes faded highlights and ash-toned hairRemoves the dull yellow in silver hair, and leaves hair shiny without residueAlso available in brunette and red formulas
ColorBlonde & Silver
Height3.5 Inches
Length5.65 Inches
Number of items1
Size16 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)
Weight1 Pounds
Width4.5 Inches

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Found 10 comments on Clairol Professional Shimmer Lights Shampoo Blonde & Silver 16 Fl Oz:

u/castle111 · 49 pointsr/thebachelor

I know people don't particularly care for her except for her makeup and style, but Lauren 2.0 has mentioned some beauty products that she uses (that she doesn't appear to shill). I'll try to dig them up and edit my comment when I find them!

Okay here's what I got. These are exclusively non-shilled items. Decided to link stuff for convenience if I could:


u/GherkinJerkin · 3 pointsr/AskTrollX

Blue bleach might be a tad bit better but I think most of the results will come from a toner. I've used both kinds of bleach on my hair before and either way I still ended up fairly coppery. Toner makes the biggest difference.
There's also some shampoo that's made for people with naturally white/grey hair as hard water can sometimes make hair turn coppery. It's hard to find but beauty supply stores should have at least one option. It'll help gently take out some of the copper as well as keep his hair from turning due to water quality.
Fancy brand

u/tradercats · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

You can use purple shampoo! Leave it in for a good 30 min or so and it should tone down the brassy-ness and get rid of a lot of the orange hues.
this is the stuff I use for my higlights when they turn brassy!

If not then your last bet is going to be a hair salon. Good luck!

u/Damaxan · 2 pointsr/FancyFollicles

I also have black hair (Italian/Asian descent) and this same thing happened to me when I bleached it the first time...I waited one week to bleach a second time, and I recommend using purple shampoo in the meantime and after your second bleach session to pull the bronzeness (is that a word??) out of your hair. I have used both [Clairol ShimmerLights] (https://www.amazon.com/Clairol-Professional-Shimmer-Lights-Shampoo/dp/B000TBVGBM) and [Davine's Alchemic] (https://www.amazon.com/Davines-Alchemic-Shampoo-Silver-Unisex/dp/B007XNNC7A/ref=sr_1_1_s_it?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1479483218&sr=1-1&keywords=alchemic+shampoo) both with great results. You'll literally see a difference immediately. I usually wet my hair, and lather and coat the bleached portion in the shampoo and leave it for 30 mins then wash it out and condition as usual (I'm a girl and I know some guys don't condition, but I would recommend it right now since the bleach may have dried out your hair).


I think both sell purple conditioner as well, but this is unnecessary according to a wide variety of professional hairdressers I have spoken to about it. I also agree with the other posters that using a toner is a great idea here, but I would wait until a week or two after your second bleaching session. I use Wella T18 but you should probably stick to a T14 to start out with.


Good luck!! And it really doesn't look that bad :)

u/poor_yorick · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

Apologies if you've already gotten this advice, but I highly recommend Clairol's Shimmer Lights! I have platinum blonde hair right now and it keeps it nice and brass-free and also does not contain any red dyes as far as I'm aware. I get mine at Sally Beauty Supply, but you can also order it on Amazon!

u/alyciacreative · 2 pointsr/loseit

Thank you!

Well, my hair was colored back in February to get rid of the highlights I had. She colored it to my natural color. So when we started bleaching my hair, we had to do two whole days of bleaching. Here it is after one bleach and here's after two. Then, a week later, we put toner in it. The first bleach took about 4 hours to do. The second one we did the next day and it took another 4 hours. The toner took about 30 minutes. My hair is really long and thick. I used this shampoo for the first few weeks, but now I'm using this shampoo to keep it really blonde. :) Hope that helps!

u/Captain_Finley · 2 pointsr/femalehairadvice

I use shimmering lights.
https://www.amazon.com/Clairol-Professional-Shimmer-Lights-Shampoo/dp/B000TBVGBM it does really well for me and if I leave it on for a little too long it leave a very soft lavender color which I enjoy but you may not. I usually condition my hair..use that shampoo and then conditioner another time and it hasn’t dried out my hair too much. I would recommend a good leave in conditioner.
If you’re thinking of a color difference I would just recommend you have a toner put in your hair to also help get rid of the brassy(if you do not like the look)

Other people I know who have used Paul M has said it was god awful for drying out their hair. So you’re not alone!

u/Mictro97 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

He basically told me that most if not all hair products that are made to stay in your hair the entire day will make cause acne on my forehead. Even if it never actually touches the forehead during the application, it'll just seep down. He said the pattern of acne on my forehead specifically was classic in guys that use hair products.

For shampoo I was thinking about switching but I use this deep purple shampoo to keep my dyed hair its silvery blonde color. If I don't use it my hair will get all brassy and orange so not using it is sort of off the table. I know there are sulfate free ones but I was told basically only this shampoo will do the job. I could definitely try it out since it's probably only like like $15 a bottle. I don't know if it matters but I make sure none of the shampoo touches my skin. Even when I wash it off it doesn't touch anything. And my hair is never really in contact with my forehead since I put it up. Again I don't know if it matters since it might just seep down from my hair onto my forehead. Thanks for the advice. I'll ask him on my next appointment about shampoos.

u/imbearhi · 0 pointsr/Hair

You really should get rid of the brassy/yellow color before you do anything else to it. The shimmer lights shampoo does wonders.

Try these


L'Oréal silver shampoo in the light grey bottle

u/hairbyjess · -6 pointsr/Hair

Hey use silver shampoo.
The best one is: Clairol Purple Shampoo. You can get it on amazon for £10, which is cheap considering the bottle is huge!

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Shimmer-Lights-Shampoo-Blonde-Silver/dp/B000TBVGBM/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1521370699&sr=8-1&keywords=clairol+silver+shampoo xxx