Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Chill That Brassiness.

My biggest pet peeve having blonde hair is brassiness. If my hair starts to have that dreaded orange-tinge I immediately need to resolve it. Over the years I've tried tonnes of purple based shampoos and I've never been completely wowed by a product that claims to tone and brighten brassy hair. However, that was until I tried Chill* Shampoo, Conditioner and Toner. 

The Chill* Shampoo is a really deep purple, much darker than any other I've tried. I tried to get a little photo of the colour,without wasting any! It's a much thicker consistency than others, which makes it much easier to use and doesn't cover your entire shower in purple. This lathers nicely and little goes a long way. I actually leave this on for a few minutes to let it work it's magic, before applying my conditioner.

The Chill* Conditioner is, again, unlike purple ones I've tried in the past. This is a really creamy, luxurious conditioner with a more fluorescent shade of purple in comparison to the shampoo. This feels super nourishing on my hair and I leave this on the ends for a little longer to make sure my hair is left super soft.

Around twice a month I apply a toning treatment. Currently this is the Mixer/Toner from Chill*. This again is a fantastic texture and so easy to use. You apply to shampoo'd towel dried hair and leave for 15-30 minutes, them wash off and voila! 

No purple shampoo has even come close to these, I know I will be repurchasing the second I run out. Oh and can we just take one moment to appreciate the packaging? I LOVE things that come in the sort of metal tube, I have no idea why but this pleases me a lot.

Katie xx

*Products were sent for review, opinions are my own


  1. Oh wow I am glad you had such a good experience, I think my hair was too dry for it :( Such a shame xxx


  2. A good purple shampoo is the best thing a blonde can buy. I'm still using Joico at the moment and I have no brassiness, yay! See you tonight!!

    Anoushka xx xx


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