The “Silver Shampoo” by L’Oréal comes in a grey-colored bottle with a flip cap. The bottle has black and silver inscriptions on it. Read More
The “Silver Shampoo” by L’Oréal comes in a grey-colored bottle with a flip cap. The bottle has black and silver inscriptions on it.
This product is suitable for grey, white, and very blond hair.
This shampoo was tested on hair that’s dyed platinum blond and that has been moderately damaged.
The “Silver Shampoo” has a creamy consistency.
This product has a chemical smell.
We tested the “Silver Shampoo” by L’Oréal on hair that has suffered discoloration and was turning yellowish because of dying and washing routines. The shampoo lathers-up very well. So, a little bit of product goes a long way. After several uses, we noticed that the hair is toned and has regained its dyed color. In fact, the brassy or yellowish hair strands reacted effectively to the shampoo and regained their liveliness and color. The “Silver Shampoo” worked by neutralizing undesired yellow and warm tones. It also added liveliness to the hair by boosting the hair’s color. It did so by reversing the effects of hair washing and styling on very light dyed hair.
However, if used too much, the shampoo dries out the hair and makes it difficult to bush. So, we recommend pairing the “Silver Shampoo” with a heavy-duty conditioner or using it in alternation with a shampoo of your choice.
The “Silver Shampoo” by L’Oréal retails at an average price of $20.3/300 mL which is a fair price compared to other shampoos that range in price from Rene Furterer’s “Okara Active Light, Light Activating Shampoo” which sells at $26/200 mL and Klorane’s “Shampoo with Centaury” that retails at 13$/200 mL.