In Beauty on
July 9, 2018

Top 5 Best Sulfate Free Purple Shampoos To Tone Blonde Hair

Say goodbye to brassy or yellow hair and hello to beautiful platinum blonde or silver hair thanks to these awesome sulfate free purple shampoos!

Purple shampoos that actually work to tone blonde and platinum hair.


As someone who frequently has platinum blonde and pastel silver hair, I know first hand how difficult the upkeep can be. Shower with regular shampoo and your blonde hair starts to turn brassy instead of ashy. Try using a shampoo that isn’t sulfate free and you can kiss your gorgeous hair color goodbye.




If you have cool toned color treated hair, sulfate free purple shampoo is a gentle way of washing so the color doesn’t fade as quickly. If you are concerned with toning out that ugly yellow color, purple shampoo can do that too! Just let the shampoo sit on your head for 3-5 minutes whenever you shower (or as often as needed). With purple shampoo, you might even be able to forgo the toner altogether!

I’ve tried just about every shampoo under the sun, so I know what works and what doesn’t. Below is a list of sulfate free purple shampoos that actually work. I recommend following up with a purple conditioner, so some of the shampoos in this list come with a conditioner for extra toning power. Try any of the following sulfate free purple shampoos and you’ll be on your way to happy, healthy, beautifully toned hair!


Top 5 Sulfate Free Purple Shampoos


Say goodbye to brassy or yellow hair and hello to beautiful platinum blonde or silver hair thanks to these awesome sulfate free purple shampoos! 1. B Uniq Silver Shampoo

Got dry, brittle strands from years of bleaching? Pretty much all of us that need purple shampoo would say yes. Formulated with Vitamin B5, this shampoo delivers softer, shinier hair on top of strong toning action!

You’ll also get built in UV protection so that you’re more protected from color fading while in the sun. Not convinced yet? Check out some of the results of B Uniq Silver Shampoo on Amazon. This stuff is awesome!


Say goodbye to brassy or yellow hair and hello to beautiful platinum blonde or silver hair thanks to these awesome sulfate free purple shampoos!2. Catwalk Tigi Fashionista Blondes and Highlights Shampoo & Conditioner

Something you find with purple shampoo is that it sometimes smells like your grandma’s perfume. But this purple shampoo is different! It has a great scent that you won’t be embarrassed to walk around smelling like all day.

And at about $15 per bottle, the Catwalk Tigi Fashionista Blondes and Highlights Shampoo & Conditioner is also the best bang for your buck for the amount of product you get.

 

 


Say goodbye to brassy or yellow hair and hello to beautiful platinum blonde or silver hair thanks to these awesome sulfate free purple shampoos!3. Sexy Hair Bright Blonde Shampoo

This violet shampoo is infused with chamomile, honey, quinoa, and kravis. Chamomile keeps blondes and silvers bright and vibrant. Honey moisturizes and hydrates. Quinoa repairs hair with its deep conditioning properties. Keravis strengthens and prevents breakage.

Basically, if you’re looking for an all encompassing purple shampoo, the Sexy Hair Bright Blonde Shampoo is your best bet.


Say goodbye to brassy or yellow hair and hello to beautiful platinum blonde or silver hair thanks to these awesome sulfate free purple shampoos!4. Marc Daniels Lush Luminous Blonde

This shampoo works great to prevent damaged hair with its signature herbal blend. Sage and rosemary extracts combined with vitamins A and C promote hair growth and a healthy scalp. Needless to say, it is great for those with a sensitive scalp!

Yet another shampoo and conditioner set, the Marc Daniels Lush Luminous Blonde even has the purchasing option to include a leave-in toner. If you find that purple shampoo and conditioner alone aren’t cutting it, you may want to take the plunge!


Say goodbye to brassy or yellow hair and hello to beautiful platinum blonde or silver hair thanks to these awesome sulfate free purple shampoos!5. Pureology Perfect 4 Platinum Shampoo

Get salon-quality results with this professional-standard shampoo. It fortifies hair by providing internal and external strengthening. It also features their proprietary AntiFade Complex which keeps your color looking fresh and vibrant!

One of my favorite parts of the Pureology Perfect 4 Platinum Shampoo is that you can choose either a one-time delivery or a fixed-schedule delivery. Go through a bottle once every month? No problem. Now you can schedule out the next 5 months in advance so you’ll never run out of product again!


Shop The Sulfate Free Purple Shampoos


Previous Post

9 Comments

  • Valencia

    I have a real problem finding suitable shampoo in Bangkok.
    Nothing here that silver my hair. They all do not stop the brassy look
    from returning.

    June 9, 2019 at 2:02 am Reply
    • Maya

      Hi Valencia,

      I’m not familiar with what products are available in Bangkok, so I can’t make any specific suggestions in that area.

      However, if you’ve purchased a purple shampoo from this post and using it in the shower isn’t doing enough to counteract the brass, I DO have a suggestion for you. Try applying the purple shampoo to dry hair and leaving it on for a few hours. Rinse in the shower after you feel enough time has passed. That will give you a more intense silver boost.

      If you try that and still aren’t getting the results you want, you may just have to bleach your hair a little bit lighter before the purple shampoo can maximize its potential.

      June 10, 2019 at 12:45 pm Reply
    • Alisha Lowry

      Hi Valencia,

      I’m am moving to Bangkok and will be looking for product as well. Did you ever find anything that works ?

      September 1, 2019 at 2:58 am Reply
  • Kathy

    Im a professional cosmetologist, and i can tell you that purple and blue shampoos are for maintenance only. Toners will tone your hair in 20 min, so why would you want to leave a shampoo on for several hours? Additionally, if you bleach your hair and it is still too yellow, no amount of extra bleaching is going to help. Hair will only get so light before it breaks. Pigment isnt just for looks….its part of the structure of the hair. Not everyone can get to a level 8 or 9 pale yellow, which is necessary to be able to tone to silvery white. You can tone all day, if your hair doesnt reach level 8 or 9 pale yellow, toner will do nothing.

    June 10, 2019 at 6:26 pm Reply
    • Kayla

      I have used them multiple times after getting my hair bleached. They help my hair get to the ashy blonde I desire. I also use them after a month or so if my hair starts to appear brassy again. Why should I have them bleach my hair to the point of damaging when a simple purple shampoo can give me that even tone all over?

      August 10, 2019 at 4:56 pm Reply
      • Maya

        Hey Kayla!

        I agree! Sometimes purple shampoo is all you need. I’m glad it has worked well for you too!

        August 13, 2019 at 11:32 am Reply
    • Maya

      Hey Kathy,

      Thanks for your input! Any time I share on my blog, I’m sharing what has worked best for me. In my experience, if you are bleaching your hair and want to do it in a way that is healthy, you will often need multiple sessions spaced apart to get light enough. Yes, there is a point where it won’t lighten any more. But for most people, one session is usually not enough to get to that point without completely frying your hair. Toners never quite did the trick for me, even when my hair was a pale yellow. I also don’t like to use any more developer on my hair than I have to. Purple shampoo has been my saving grace. So if others find themselves in the same boat, I’m happy if I can help offer a solution!

      August 13, 2019 at 11:11 am Reply
  • Sheriann Nye

    Why would anyone want to use a toner with peroxide on already fragile hair when sulfate free shampoo and conditioner is available?

    August 13, 2019 at 6:47 pm Reply
    • Maya

      Hi Sheriann,

      That’s one of the reasons I love purple shampoo! It’s a great way to keep the brass away without further damage.

      August 14, 2019 at 11:57 am Reply

    Leave a Reply

    You may also like

    %d bloggers like this: