If blondes have more fun, how come brunettes don't have to spend their days trying to combat the effects of brassiness? Champagne locks tinged yellow does not make for beautiful, goddess hair. And, it affects both bleached blondes and natural blondes alike.
Switching out your regular shampoo for one with a purple tones works magic. Since it's on the opposite end of the colour wheel, purple works to neutralise yellow, effectively erasing it from our strands. And, if you pick one with plenty of moisturising properties, you'll notice a huge difference in the longevity of your colour and softness of your hair.
As Jason Hogan, celebrity and associate colourist at Josh Wood Colour, explains, it's always wise to care for your highlights in-between salon appointments with a mask to keep the tone from turning brassy in the sunnier weather.
"Being able to go longer between colour appointments is going to do wonders for the condition of the hair. It’s also important to care for your summer colour with a nourishing mask containing a UV filter - Oribe Beautiful Colour Mask is my personal favourite."
If you're new to the blonde game, here's a whole list to start you off...