Nectar's Blondini Bar has been specially formulated to help take the yellow pigments out of blonde or grey hair. The violet pigments in the formula help to "correct" its colour and keep your hair fresh. And, the Blondini shampoo bar will clean and volumise your hair without stripping its natural oils.
Nectar have sourced the ultimate violet colouring agent to make their bars even more effective at toning down the yellow tones some people experience after bleaching their hair or the yellow tones in grey hair. These best-selling bars also smell divine with Lemon Verbena essential oil.
- Zero Plastic Waste.
- They come in a recyclable tin that makes this shampoo perfect for home, or taking to the gym or on holiday
- Cruelty-free, paraben and phthalate-free
- They can last up to three times as long as shampoo in a salon-sized plastic bottle
Begin with thoroughly wet hair
Rub the wet shampoo bar between your wet hands to create a nice lather
Using your fingers like a comb, smooth the lather along your ahir
Gently massage it into the scalp and hair, as you would with a bottled shampoo
Work up a good lather
Rinse out with clean water
Remember to keep dry between uses - shampoo bars can be apt to get soft due to the moisturising agents - popping your bar in a soap try out of the spray zone will help your bar stay hard and able to dry between uses.
And should you need more conditioning for your hair, condition afterwards with the Blondini Conditioner Bar
Sodium cocoyl isethionate, cocoa butter, btms 25 conditioner, sodium cocyl sulfate, decyl glucoside, pro vitamin B, lactic acid, cetyl alcohol, stearic acid, violet powder, geogard, lemon verbena essential oil, argan oil, hydrogenated olivate and olive oil.
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Please note: The Blondini shampoo bar contains the colorant used in traditional purple toner liquid shampoos for maximum effectiveness - none has been reported to date, but should this leave small staining on your hands, this can be removed easily with wiping with any oil (including cooking oils) or with lemon juice. Use of latex gloves is also recommended to be absolutely sure of no staining