I’m guilty of dying my hair rainbow. Well, purple, pinks, and blues if they count. If you’re like me who’s into vibrant hair coloring or even ash colored hair, then you should know by now that a purple shampoo is a must! I’ve reviewed 3 Purple Shampoos and even ranked them according to effectiveness. This is the first time that I’m reviewing a LOCAL BRAND. Beach Born is proudly Philippine-made!
Beach Born Classy Not Brassy Purple Shampoo and Conditioner is currently 350php for the 250ml. You can get it at Beach Born Website.
Why Should You Use a Purple Shampoo?
Most commercial brand shampoos has strong sulfates and other chemicals that can make our hair color fade faster. Not only that, the tap water we use in the shower has a lot of iron and folates that can cause our fringes to have a burnt rust color (if it’s bleached)
Beach Born Purple Shampoo and Conditioner
An all-natural sulfate free purple shampoo infused with tea tree oil, lavender and pro-vitamin B5! Effectively neutralizes orange hues and helps extend the life of colored hair. CLASSY NOT BRASSY is the FIRST all natural sulfate free purple shampoo in the Philippines! 100ml Works on all hair colors.
*does not contain artificial fragrance, only pure essential oils. not intended for extremely damaged hair. do not leave on longer than 3 minutes. Use with Beach Born Conditioner
Beach Born Purple Shampoo and Conditioner Review
Classy Not Brassy Shampoo and conditioner smells like lavender. Quite relaxing. It also has a minty feel on the scalp, maybe because of the tea tree oil. Did you know that tea tree oil also serves as an anti-fungal and anti-bacterial effects?
A 5-peso coin sized amount produced enough suds and lather to wash my shoulder-length hair. It didn’t stain my hands so that’s a good thing. However, one thing to note is once rinsing it off, it doesn’t leave any fragrance. This can be a good thing or a bad thing. Depending on your preference.
I’ve been using this for 2 weeks now and it performed at par, or even better than international brands. It’s a bit drying so I suggest using a separate conditioning treatment especially if you have dry/damaged hair. But for its purpose? It’s one of the best.