Naissant Purple Shampoo Blond Pearl Perla Beige Review
Ever since I decided to go blonde, I am constantly getting asked by so many people what my secret is that makes my hair look so awesome. I thought it would be best to share with you my go-to blonde products and my routine. This is also a great opportunity to teach you about purple shampoo and what it can and can’t do, because honestly not many people are aware. Let’s just say that not every purple shampoo for blonde hair is created equal.
Best For My Beige Hair Color
The purple shampoo and conditioner treatment from Naissant is my favorite. In the past, I tested all kinds of shampoos and conditioners that claimed to do different things, but when it comes to keeping my blonder bright and toned, I have to admit that Naissant shampoo gets the job done for my personal hair coloring.
If you have blonde hair, you know that the number one issue with it is that it’s SO quick to turn yellow. If you are someone who doesn’t like platinum blonde hair and you decide to go with a bit more color, this applies even more. You’ll suddenly wake up in the morning and notice that those unwanted yellow tones have managed to take over what used to be your beautiful blonde hair. When this happens, most people decide to either change their coloring, or spend a fortune to get it professionally toned.
From my years of experience with these different issues, I feel it’s my obligation to my fellow blondes to encourage the use, trial & error of the wondrous different purple shampoos. Each purple shampoo is made up of different ingredients specifically for different types of blonde hair.
Naissant Purple Shampoo Blond Pearl Perla Beige
Like I just said, different shampoos work best for different natural hair types and colors. I have a bit of a lighter natural blonde look, so I use Naissant Blond Pearl Purple Shampoo and I think it is the most effective.
Naissant purple shampoo and conditioner specifically targets blondes with more of a pearly tone (like me). The shampoo will not work if you have more of a deep yellow, orange or rusty color and you’re looking to lift it up (sorry!). That being said, this shampoo works beautifully with regular lighter blondes who want to eliminate some brass.
This is definitely a product I would recommend. It makes my hair soft and shiny, which is something that is so crucial when it comes to having blonde hair. After all, what’s the point of having hair that looks good but feels like straw?!
When I first used it I was worried what the coloring would be like. I was afraid that it might dull out my color but thank g-d that wasn’t my experience. It actually made my hair lighter and left it feeling great. In the past I would use Paul Mitchell shampoos and it was was a great run, but I noticed that with Naissant the pigment was much stronger, and that’s really more of what my hair needs at this point.
Naissant blonde pearl treatment is a thick shampoo and lathers onto my hair pretty nicely. I found it a bit hard to rinse out and the smell isn’t GREAT but it’s still #1 on my purple shampoo list because it gives me the best results. At the end of the day I found myself getting caught up in stupid details that don’t really make a difference.
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The shampoo itself is a very dark purple, so make sure not to leave it on for so long unless you want a purple tint to your hair. Suggested use is about 3-5 minutes after you’ve used your regular shampoo. Once you’ve lathered it on, rinse it out and repeat the process. Another thing to be cautious about is the amount of times you use it.
You might right away see the results of the shampoo and decide you want to use it a few times a week. THIS IS NOT RECOMMENDED UNLESS YOU WANT YOUR HAIR TURNING PURPLE. I know the results can be exciting, but let’s not get carried away!
Naissant Purple Shampoo Vs. Clairol Shimmer Lights Purple Shampoo Vs. Joico Color Balance Purple Shampoo
When it comes to treating color-sensitive hair, there are a tonne of options available to you. The trick is to find that treatment that works best for your hair in particular and gives you the best results for the money you pay.
While it might take us a long time going through a wide range of different brands, testing our hair after each wash to see if we’ve found the right one – we’ve made it easier for you by narrowing down our top 3 so far. In doing so, we hope to make it easier for you to make the correct decision for your hair.
When it comes to purple shampoos, the Naissant Purple Shampoo is really about as simple and effective as it gets. It’s a fuss-free shampoo that allows for quick, thick and easy lathering and is quite reasonably priced too.Naissant Purple Shampoo gives great results that are noticeable soon after washing with it and will not only help to restore your hairs natural lightness (and embolden that blonde sheen), but will effectively remove brassy tones at the same time.
As far as purple shampoos go – this one seems to have garnered a reputation for having a bad smell. It was only until I actually flipped the lid that I could say I truly do concur. So if you have a sensitive nose, I’d recommend using a different brand.In terms of effectiveness it’s not bad. Using the shampoo twice a week does help to reduce brassy tones a little, but for someone who doesn’t have brassy tones – you won’t really notice that much of a difference.
Ultimately, I wouldn’t really recommend using this brand in light of the fact that you can get other purple shampoos for cheaper that are more effective. But if you’re particularly interested in choosing this one – I’m not going to stop you. Just be sure to have a lot of almond oil on hand, as it has been known to dry out hair.
Joico is a brand that really does cater for color-sensitive hair types and has long been hailed as one of the best affordable go-to options for those who dye their hair. The Color Balance Purple Shampoo smells great, is reasonably priced and is really effective.
It not only helps to keep your hair clean and fresh, but will actively help to remove brassy tones whilst balancing out your hair tone to ensure that your hair is a brighter, lighter shade of blonde with every wash. This makes the dyeing process a lot easier and helps to guarantee that you have lasting color protection over time.
I’ve been using the Joico brand for a long time and have no real issues with their products. They’re affordable, effective and easy to use – what more could you want from a purple shampoo?
In summation, I would have to say that out of these three brands Joico is probably the best value for money, but the Naissant range works well too. I would leave out the Clairol Shimmer Light’s Shampoo and rather opt for something that’s a little more expensive (Joico) or cheaper (Naissant) that gives you better results with each wash.
Results: Loving My Pearly Blonde Hair!
I have to say that I’m overall satisfied with the results of this shampoo. I feel that it is a bit pricey, but at the end worth it because it feels like a high quality product that really gets the job done for my hair.
It costs $18.99 off of Amazon for a 10.1 fl. oz. bottle, which lasts for a long time. I think that the price is not a turnoff but in fact just the opposite. I’m a big believer that you get what you pay for, and with Naissant purple shampoo, that is definitely the case.
My advice to my fellow blondes is to try out all different products to see what works best for you. Once you’ve experienced most, you’ll probably find yourself coming back to Naissant. Definitely a product I recommend!