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I was wondering if any natural blondes out there have tried the Sheer Blonde shampoo and conditioner. If so, did it actually make a difference in your hair color?

I miss the natural highlights my hair had back when I actually used to spend some time outside, but right now I don't feel like spending the time and money to get and maintain dyed highlights... maybe someday I'll break down and try it!


 
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I haven't as i'm dark haired but my blonde sister has, still does & swears by it! So on behalf of her i'm recommending you try it


 
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JF shine spot something is supposed to be really good. even for non blondes.

 
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I've used the shampoo and conditioner (both for lighter and darker blondes), and deep conditioner. I do notice a bit of a differnce in my hair. My highlights seem shinier and a bit blonder. Not a huge difference, but I'm not particularly observant so maybe it's more than I notice? Either way though, I don't think the shampoo is that great - it doesn't lather at all. I need TONS of conditioner just to get my hair detangled. It's just not enough for my hair. The deep conditoner is better. I still need lots of it, but at least it gets my hair soft!

 

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EVERYONE needs to try the Sheer Blonde SPOTLIGHT gel treatment. It's my Holy Grail of haircare. I will not use anything else ever. Right when I get out of the bath, I towel dry my hair a bit, I spray on a random leave-in conditioner (usually something really lightweight) and squirt a dime-size amount of the SPOTLIGHT in my palms. I warm it up by rubbing my hands together and combing it through my hair with my fingers. I then comb it through with a wide tooth plastic comb and blow dry.. ohhh so soft and good. It's really inexpensive, like $6.50 per tube.

 
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Originally Posted by Scarlette EVERYONE needs to try the Sheer Blonde SPOTLIGHT gel treatment. It's my Holy Grail of haircare. I will not use anything else ever. Right when I get out of the bath, I towel dry my hair a bit, I spray on a random leave-in conditioner (usually something really lightweight) and squirt a dime-size amount of the SPOTLIGHT in my palms. I warm it up by rubbing my hands together and combing it through my hair with my fingers. I then comb it through with a wide tooth plastic comb and blow dry.. ohhh so soft and good. It's really inexpensive, like $6.50 per tube. Oooh... I'll have to try that! I used a 'beach blond' product from his line that I loved... the "Cool Dip" Shampoo - it's a good clarifying shampoo, but doesn't leave hair feeling totally parched, as many clarifiers do - and it smells so good!


 

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I tried this line and it didn't make a difference with my hair. I've also tried Frederick Fekkai blonde line and it seemed to brighten my hair. I used the Frederick Fekkai line when I was still naturally as blonde as I look now with my dyed hair. I can't believe I have to dye it now to keep it blonde when just about 4 years ago it was still naturally very blonde.

 
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Thanks for the advice girls!

And Reija, my hair is getting darker every year, I think... But my mom has the same hair as me, and she was blonde at my age but now has dark brown hair! I think it's fairly common for blonde hair to get darker with time!

 

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