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Hair Mask For Blonde Hair

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When you have blonde hair it is common for yellow and orange to show up in the hair. A problem that every blonde will experience and taking trips to the salon to get this toned can be expensive. Envie has a solution, using a hair mask for blonde hair like the no yellow or no orange can really help even out these pigments. It can be confusing which mask for blonde hair you need, today I will help you find your solution.

Envie No Orange Mask For Blonde Hair



Does your hair look brassy or slightly orange? If yes, the No Orange Mask is perfect for you! The blue pigments in this hair mask make exceptional changes to your hair, transforming from orange to a bright, soft blonde. Blue Pigments also help infuse more ash into the hair! Being very common for darker hair types to become a copper tone after bleaching so it is important to keep on top of the maintenance so the orange does not show up.

Designed with brightening, anti-yellow and anti-orange effects. Made for those with white,  grey, natural, and bleached hair. The No Orange Mask detangles, nourishes, and hydrates. Neutralizing unwanted copper/orange tones. Its rich and concentrated formula leaves hair extraordinarily shiny and soft. A special formulation in a cream enriched with Extra Blue Pigment helps maintain a cool and even tone, making it last longer.

Envie No Yellow Mask




Or does your hair look yellow? If yes, the No Yellow Mask will work a treat for your hair. Purple is perfect for eliminating all yellow tones in the hair. Blonde hair often fades to yellow after a few weeks of toning, this is very common. Purple hair masks apply the principles of colour theory to hair care. Colours neutralise one another and with hair care, coloured toning products can counteract hues that are opposite of their own. A purple toning mask is used to remove the unwelcome yellow tones.

By using a mask it works better to tone, brighten and hydrate. Alternatively, making it way better than any purple shampoo you’ve tried.

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