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Have you ever wished there was a product you could use to brighten and liven up your hair color between salon visits? A really good color-depositing conditioner that strengthens your hair while giving you professional color results?
Thankfully, there’s a top-rated hair product on Amazon right now that will make you look like you just stepped out of the salon — all for $22.
Shop: Keracolor Clenditioner Semi-Permanent Color-Depositing Conditioner, $22
This no-lather conditioning cleanser infuses color back into the hair with every wash. It also contains keratin, perfect for strengthening and adding shine to your hair. Just apply this conditioner to damp hair, let it sit and then rinse.
With over 38,000 reviews on Amazon, this conditioner has quickly amassed its own fan club. One five-star reviewer with blonde hair pointed out how this conditioner worked better for them than a purple shampoo. They wrote, “I am so happy [with] how platinum this got my hair. I hate purple shampoos because they always leave that purple hue for a few days before you get the color you like. This works the same without the purple!”
Another shopper with red hair wrote, “My hair is super soft and clean, but the most important part is how it brought my hair color back to life! I’m so happy with this product that I’m ordering more as we speak.”
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