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Old 07-22-2015, 05:58 AM
 
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I towel dry then put a couple of drops on my palm, grab a handful of hair and concentrate on the ends and only halfway up the shaft and do this until my whole head is done. I leave it to be absorbed whilst I have a cup of coffee and then I use my hair dryer and straightener/curler.
I just bought somte tubes of argan oil, and will look forward to using it as your suggestion sounds like a perfect way to have coffee too!😉 thanks for the girlfriend talk..
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Old 07-22-2015, 06:07 AM
 
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You should look into adding some blueing to your favorite shampoo. The bluing is what those other shampoos have as the active ingredient that brings out the silver.

Google this to reseach. add bluing to shampoo

Then look at getting some Mrs Stewart's blueing
Here's the new shampoo magic for soft curly bouncy sparkling silvery hair...don't forget the argan oil.

Grey Hair: How do I make it more silver grey?-img_20150722_080123.jpg
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Old 11-25-2019, 11:50 AM
 
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For ages now, "blueing" has been used to make gray hair more silver or white. Not sure how it works, exactly, but I know there are cheap and easy rinses available at any beauty shop supply store.
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Old 01-13-2020, 03:11 PM
 
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For ages now, "blueing" has been used to make gray hair more silver or white. Not sure how it works, exactly, but I know there are cheap and easy rinses available at any beauty shop supply store.
I'd look into a nice color depositing shampoo/conditioner. I got turned onto Matrix's Total Results Brass Off - a bluer purple pigmented shampoo that works works extremely well on blonde and brunette hair. (blue cancels orange tones, purple cancels yellow)

They have a line called 'So Silver' for enhancing grays and light blonde hair.


I've tried the Shimmer Lights, One N' Only, Jhirmack, and a few other purple shampoos you can buy in stores ( <$10) but they don't work nearly as well as the Matrix line. I got the shampoo & conditioner, $14 each and well worth it!
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