Blonde Perfecting Purple Conditioner
Complete your brass-neutralizing regimen with Blonde Perfecting Purple Conditioner, the perfect partner to our best-selling Blonde Perfecting Purple Shampoo. This lightweight, nourishing conditioner provides continued tone-enhancing benefits throughout the conditioning process, depositing violet pigments to counteract unwanted yellow and orange hues in blonde, lightened brunette, and grey hair. It also features ArganID™ technology to help repair and seal the cuticle, plus a detangling amino acid blend to improve color retention and enhance shine. The result: brighter, more radiant color and a healthier look and feel.
In an independent consumer study of women ages 18–65 on the combined effects of Blonde Perfecting Purple Shampoo and Conditioner:
- 100% said hair feels soft*
- 96% said hair does not feel stripped or dry*
- 92% said highlights were refreshed*
- 85% said warmth is neutralized*
After shampooing with Moroccanoil Blonde Perfecting Purple Shampoo, massage into hair for 1–2 minutes. For enhanced toning, leave on for up to 5 minutes. Rinse well.
Do I need to use Blonde Perfecting Purple Shampoo and Conditioner together?
Yes, we recommend utilizing the shampoo and conditioner together for the best brass-eliminating results.
How does Blonde Perfecting Purple Conditioner work?
Moroccanoil Blonde Perfecting Purple Conditioner deposits violet pigments to counteract yellow and orange hues while providing the same detangling, softening, and nourishing benefits as other conditioners.
How long do I leave Blonde Perfecting Purple Conditioner in my hair?
This conditioner should be massaged into hair like any other conditioner, then left on for 1–2 minutes. For enhanced toning, leave on for up to 5 minutes.
How often should I use Blonde Perfecting Purple Shampoo and Conditioner?
It varies based on your starting shade and the amount of brass reduction you hope you achieve. We recommend starting with every third wash and experimenting to find out what works best for you!
What causes brassiness?
Going blonde can expose yellow tones, just as lightening dark hair can expose orange tones. Even grey hair is prone to yellowness due to environmental factors. In these cases, the exposure of underlying pigments may lead to unwanted brassiness.