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Reddit mentions of Fanola No Yellow Shampoo, 11.8 Fl Oz

Sentiment score: 6
Reddit mentions: 8

We found 8 Reddit mentions of Fanola No Yellow Shampoo, 11.8 Fl Oz. Here are the top ones.

Fanola No Yellow Shampoo, 11.8 Fl Oz
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  • Ideal, for grey, super lightened, or decolored hair
  • Violet pigment tones down unwanted yellow hues on grey, light blonde, or streaked hair
  • Ideal, for grey, super lightened, or decolored hair Violet pigment tones down unwanted yellow hues on grey, light blonde, or streaked hair
Height7.480314953 Inches
Length2.362204722 Inches
Number of items1
Size11.83 Fl Oz (Pack of 1)
Weight0.7 Pounds
Width2.755905509 Inches

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Found 8 comments on Fanola No Yellow Shampoo, 11.8 Fl Oz:

u/PM_ME_YOUR_PUPPR · 24 pointsr/beauty

I have really long blonde hair that gets brassy really easily. Someone suggested I try fanola no yellow shampoo. It’s definitely much stronger than regular purple shampoos. I use it 1-2x a week. Just be sure you’re using a good conditioner after cause it does dry my hair out a little but I use leave in conditioner and bumble and bumble oil after showers anyway so it’s never been a big issue for me personally.


u/OhNoPleaseDontSir · 19 pointsr/FancyFollicles

She did for the first session to get an even base, but now for touch ups she usually gets me to help her using this here: https://www.livecolour.com/our-products/urban-metallics/u71-metallic-silver

However even though it says permanent I notice the toner fades quite quick. I personally prefer semi-permanent colours because they have a conditioning base that doesn't need a chemical reaction to dye the hair, but you would need the light base first.

Also, a good pigmented purple toning shampoo that you leave in a few minutes in the shower can go a long way to maintain a nice silver tone.

Fanola No Yellow Shampoo, 350ml https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00RWCDM4A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_gnGSDb5WCWB8T

I definitely recommend speaking with a stylist to get their professional opinion on what's achievable. But in my opinion, a good silver comes down to at home maintanance once you're home from the stylist.

Hope to be of some help, just do what feels right and makes you happy 😊

u/shmalloryrenee · 15 pointsr/AskWomen

I use blue shampoo because I like my blonde to be super ashy so I use Fanola No Orange shampoo, but they also have a No Yellow which is purple and I'm sure just as good.

u/lunalaya · 13 pointsr/beauty

You have got to try fanola no yellow shampoo!


I kept reading about it on other subreddits, buzz feed and some random sites and didn’t think it would be worth the hype since I’ve tried many types of purple shampoo / conditioner and none of them worked very well but this stuff is the best!!! It makes a huge difference on my hair and it’s affordable you should check it out

u/ipisschampagne · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

This isn't exactly what you asked, but I bought myself a bottle of fanola and I never have to worry about getting the shade of blonde that I want anymore. It's still extremely frustrating, and your stylist should definitely be toning you if you're asking for an ashy blonde, but in the meantime fanola is a quick fix that works super well for me.

u/MsWolfy · 3 pointsr/FancyFollicles

First, I'm really surprised they went straight to bleaching it that many times. Was it natural black or dyed black?

Most stylists I've been around over the years will urge you to a median color, like lighter brown before going for such a drastic change.

I wouldn't touch it if you want to avoid having to cut it all off. You should find a shampoo that is made for toning hair over time, some of them will help remove the yellow/brassy tones from blonde hair which will make it cool tone closer to platinum. I've heard Fanola is a good brand, but I'd do some research on if you'd want to use the orange or yellow formula based on the results you want. :https://www.amazon.com/Fanola-No-Yellow-Shampoo-350/dp/B00RWCDM4A?th=1

u/chocolatechoux_ · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I think a purple shampoo is the way to go! I checked and mine is from Fanola, found here. it's super pigmented and a dark purple almost indigo color. it looks like there's quite a few youtube tutorials about it too! I use just a plop of it to mix with other products and it's still very very potent.

I'm in europe so not sure if this brand is widely available, but the treatment mask comes from Patricia Mulato, product page here. Basically I mix it with a deep conditioning mask, keep it in 10 minutes, and wash it out. I think I've seen a similar product from Wella.

the UV spray is a little extra during the summer months! it's different than a heat protector because you use it before you go outside to prevent sun damange to your hair - like a sunscreen almost? I use the Nuxe sun protection and I've noticed a difference in the overall health of my hair after long days in the sun!

u/anneylani · 1 pointr/FancyFollicles

ha, my hair is polar opposite of yours - straight and blonde. I wish I could get the kind of waves you have here - if I curl it, it will fall straight within 45 min, even with product. :(

Anyway, I had to cut a lot of brassiness before I moved into a place with soft water. My blonde would oxide in the worst way. To keep the cool tones, can I recommend one of these shampoos? (not a corporate shill, I promise)