Blonde Sexy Hair

Recently, a friend sent me some bottles of Sexy Hair brand Blonde Sexy Hair sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner. I have obviously heard of the Sexy Hair brand – I owe every millimeter of volume on my head to their Big Sexy Hair Big Altitude Volumizing Mousse – but I had no idea they had hair color-specific products too!

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First, I tried the conditioner and I fell in love. Recently, I’ve been experimenting with different hair product brands to find a new favorite. I’ve been using John Frieda Sheer Blonde products for a decade, and my hair is just eh. I’ve been trying some varieties of Nexxus shampoo, which I like a lot, but wouldn’t go as far as to say I loved.

On this first occasion of trying the Blonde Sexy Hair conditioner, I literally felt like a hair model. I went out to a bar and MULTIPLE PEOPLE came up to me to compliment me on how good my hair smelled! These are strangers, mind you. My hair was super bouncy and voluminous and looked and felt amazing. And, of course, it has a great smell.

Gray is the new blonde?
Gray is the new blonde?

The Blonde Sexy Hair Sulfate-Free Bright Blonde Violet Shampoo, though, was definitely an adventure. This violet shampoo is designed for “cool or bleached shades of blonde, highlighted or silver hair” to “cancel yellow, brassy hair to make blonde hair, highlights or silver hair”. Unfortunately, I did not read into this before trying it. While the shampoo did make my hair soft, strong and healthy, it also turned it gray/silver. Which was quite the shock when I got out of the shower and had a different hair color. I had been contemplating dying my hair a silvery gray for a while (this is so trendy right now!) and had wondered what I would look like. Well, now I know! I’ve had a lot of fun with it. I’ve honestly enjoyed having this change, and working my new look. I love that it’s not permanent (dye) and enjoy that when I stop using it, and dye my hair my normal platinum again, I can go back to normal.

I’m now hooked on the Blonde Sexy Hair conditioner. Unfortunately, it’s an expensive habit. A 10.1 fl oz bottle will set you back $17.95, whereas a “bulk” 33.8 fl oz size costs $29.95. It’s hard to find in stores, but you can find it at any Ulta store,, or

Hair care art
Hair care art.

Disclosure: I received a bottle of shampoo and a bottle of conditioner. I received no compensation for this post and all opinions are my own.

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