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I find a lot if these products dry my hair out. Does anyone have any suggestions?


Posted by sanjipanj, 29th January 2014


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  • Chemist Warehouse and Priceline have a few hair products to get rid of the yellow/orange colour.


  • Ring around hairdressers for the best advice.


  • Its always great when someone posts a question I have, now have some things to try


  • ask your hair dresser but you want a toner


  • Looks like a lot of people have helped. Good luck.


  • I have never used them, seems some of the mums have helped


  • I don’t have blonde hair but remember seeing fudge products in my old house mates hair products and her hair used to be very nice and shiny!


  • great answers. hope you got it worked out.


  • there are some good comments here


  • I hope you found a great product


  • I think there’s confusion, I’m not wanting to dye my hair purple. My hair is blonde & I’m wanting to know any good shampoos, conditioners which take brassiness out, they are purple in colour lol


  • is purple a brand or colour you want?


  • if you go to the chemist they might be able to help

    Cyprus (Can’t spell) or something along the lines of that my sister uses for her dyed blonde hair


  • Vitafive CPR Nourish Hair booster might help


  • I always used fudge… A lot will make your hair dry etc as they strip colour. But you can always use leave in conditioner sprays


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