Wednesday, 21 March 2012

John Frieda tone correction shampoo

Firstly, I would like to apologise for the lack of posts, I have a ridiculous amount of work/essays/assessments at the moment and just haven’t found the time to blog. So I've decided to take a break and type up this shampoo review :)

Now my friend recommended this shampoo to me as she has recently gone from very dark brown hair to an ashy blonde, and she said that this John Frieda Sheer Blonde Colour Renew Tone Corrector shampoo was good for stopping the blonde from going a brassy colour. I've noticed recently that my dip dyed blonde ends have started to go a slightly ginger colour so I thought I would give this ago, and I’m glad I did. My blonde looks refreshed and blonde again! It took a few shampoos to notice the difference and it still looks slightly ginger under florescent lighting but I think that’s probably because I left it about 3 months maybe more to attempt to fix the ginger.

The shampoo comes out a purpley colour but don’t let that put you off as it doesn’t stain your hair at all. I tend to leave the shampoo on for a minute or two to let it do its magic and use it 3 or 4 times a week like it says too on the back. It’s also a lot cheaper than tone correcting shampoo's you buy from salons which are usually around £15 - £20. This shampoo is only £5 and can be found in normal drug stores.
It’s also on offer at the moment buy 1 get 1 half price! I just wish I had bought the conditioner as well! :(


  1. that's really interesting! do you know if they have one for brunettes? :)

    <3, Mimi
    Fashion To Figure Giveaway

    1. They definitely do a shampoo for brunettes but not a tone correction because brown doesn't need tone correcting. (I don't think) :)




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