DRYBAR Blonde Ale Brightening Shampoo

Best Hydrating Purple Shampoo

Why people love it
  • Brightens hair without stripping it dry
  • Works up a nice lather
  • Leaves white blonde tones in your hair
Cons

This shampoo (like most purple shampoos) can turn pieces of your hair slightly purple if used too frequently. 

Details
Texture and fragrance: We love this shampoo because it smells good like a blonde should. We're pretty sure you're going to love it too. What sets this purple shampoo apart from the rest is its impressive ability to actually lather. Most purple shampoos have trouble in this area. 

Ingredients: We love the fact that this shampoo does not contain a bunch of chemically-based ingredients like sulfates and parabens. This shampoo's main ingredients include Lemon extract, chamomile, and keratin. The violet pigment tones down brassiness while the lemon extract brightens highlights. So, you're left with extra bright locks.

Believe it or not, chamomile isn't just for tea. It's actually an extract that increases shine in your hair. As an added bonus, the moisturizing protein Keratin, repaires your hair follicles and helps to prevent further damage that bleach causes.

Price: The cost of this shampoo is rougly $27 for an 8-ounce bottle. Although it is a little more than your average drugstore shampoo, you're paying for a quality brand. Not to mention, a small amount of shampoo provides a lot of lather. So, if you've been searching for the right shampoo for brightening your blonde - consider yourself done.

The brand Drybar also makes a conditioner and dry shampoo so be sure to check out the full line of products. 

Featured in

Faveable Giveaway: $100 Amazon Gift Card


Amazon Gift Card

Join the conversation: DRYBAR Blonde Ale Brightening Shampoo

Never make a dumb purchase again

Our tips in your mailbox: