Crazy Color’s Ultra Violet shampoo is back with a brand new look and sizing options.
Time for your clients to say goodbye to unwanted yellow tones with ease, and hello to the right blonde tones!
We love the Ultra Violet shampoo because
- Same great formula, brand new look
- Ultraviolet pigments banish yellow tones
- Vegan and Cruelty Free
- 100% Sulphate Free
- Formulated for blonde, bleached and pre-lightened hair
“I’m pretty obsessed with Crazy Color’s Ultra Violet shampoo; man it works! Here’s the rule. NEVER let your clients leave without a take home colour or Ultra Violet shampoo when creating grey, silver or white tones! It’s a complaint waiting to happen,” says Sophia Hilton, founder of Not Another Salon.
And she has some extra tips: “Personally, I’ve ramped up the home care on our super ash + silver blondes by talking it one step further with Crazy Color’s Ultra Violet. Instead of using it just as a shampoo, I recommend painting it (lazily) on the roots, leaving it in for 30 mins and then pulling it through to the ends in the last 10 minutes on dry hair. Then rinse it out, just like a toner. It’s super strong when paired with this technique, and the results will blow your mind!”
The Ultra Violet shampoo is available in both salon and retail sizes, RRP £13.99 1LTR and £5.85 250ML at crazycolor.co.uk
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