|Item model number||J15187|
|Product Dimensions||5.33 x 5.33 x 20.32 cm; 272.16 Grams|
Joico Color Balance Blue Conditioner, 10.1 Ounce
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- Eliminates brassy/orange tones on lightened brown hair
- Preserve 89% of haircolor for up to 18 washes
- Our Multi-Spectrum Defense Complex protects color from fading and losing vibrancy
- Bio-Advanced Peptide Complex is our exclusive blend of smart, hair-identical keratins that repair hair from the inside out
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To neutralize brassy/orange tones in lightened/highlighted naturally dark brunette hair
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My advice is to avoid this product like the plague. Check out Kristen Ess The One Purple Shampoo/Conditioner, and I hope you will be as pleased with the results as I was.
Hair mishaps can be very stressful. I really hope this review helps!
BLUE is for ORANGE tones!
PURPLE is for YELLOW tones!
Everyone complaining that it didn’t get the yellow tones out, do your research and change your review to “unknowledgeable” with 5 stars. Looking through photos I can see that most of the complaints don’t even they need another bleach and then toner then the color correcting shampoo and conditioner, for the RIGHT tones.
I have a light brown ombray and wanted to get rid of ornage brassy tones, so decided to go for a blue conditioner instead of a purple one (purple cancels out yellow, but blue cancels out orange).
This one is not very strong, the blue is very very pale, and I cant really tell if its doing any toning to my hair. Because its so pale blue, I just use it as a normal conditioner and use it every time I wash my hair (as opposed to say once a week with a strong toning conditioner).
As a conditioner, it also is just ok. It does have some nice ingredients and peptides, and does moisturize my hair. But since my hair is bleached and dyed, I really need something that packs a punch with the moisture, and this does not.
In the end, its just ok as a toning conditioner, and just ok as a regular conditioner.