In one corner we've got "Color Safe", weighing in at a impressive 8.4 ounces.
In the other corner we've got "Color Saver", weighing in at an unbelievable 33.8 ounces!
Who will win? Read on to find out.
|Color Safe! In fact, the whole Sebastian line is color safe!|
Well, it pretty much means exactly that. The shampoo that you've picked up is safe to use on your color. Meaning, it won't strip out the color that your stylist worked so hard to put, or more importantly, the color that you just spent all that money on. Remember a long time ago I talked about clarifying shampoos? Those my friends are, for the most part, not color safe. Because they're stripping your hair of whatever impurities it has in it, and poof! out comes your color with it.
So if you have colored hair, you always want to make sure that your shampoo is color safe.
Now, what makes it a color saver? I'm so glad you asked.
|Color Conserve, see it's right in the name|
How to choose:
Here's what I ask color clients: what is your biggest concern? If they answer, "my color" (that's me!) then I give them a color saver. If they say moisture, volume, shine, or anything else other than color, I give them a color safe shampoo.
priorities people, priorities.
What is your favorite color safe or color saver shampoo?