Like any good Thursday, I had no intention of coming to work and writing about my hair.
My hair is pretty, well, unremarkable. I dye it within an inch of its life with the kind of hair colour I most definitely wasn’t blessed with but will try – try being the operative word – to pull off nonetheless.
And the one thing they don’t tell you when you walk into a salon and demand to be bleached from the top down? Your future is looking very expensive. And maintenance? Ugh. Good luck!
But today as I walked in to work hit with a litany of questions about whether I had just been the hairdresser. Did I dye it again? Surely? It was so fresh!
Despite the fact ‘fresh’ doesn’t go close to describing my hair (or me, for that matter) my co-workers and I found ourselves in an impassioned discussion about purple shampoo.
Because like any good, dedicated and (very) fake blonde, I know purple shampoo is serious currency in the hair world.
Since I started dying my hair blonde about five or so years ago, I’ve tried and tested them all. Really. ALL of the shampoos.
I've spent $50 on bottles, $40 on bottles, $30 on bottles and about $10 on bottles. From the minute bleach hit my stupid strands, I've been searching for the shampoo that will halt my brassy blonde from emerging right in its tracks.
This, my friends, is the answer: