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You know how the saying goes, blondes have more fun! But being a blonde can be tough. If we wait too long to schedule our next hair appointment our roots will contrast like black and white, and if we don’t take the necessary precautions to protect our color we could end up with brassy yellow hair. But despite these struggles, being a blonde downright rocks. This is why we’ve pulled together the ultimate list of best products for blonde hair so that you don’t have to think twice when choosing to go gold.


You’ve heard us talk a lot about R+Co lately and we’re nowhere near stopping. R+Co’s Sunset Blvd Blonde Shampoo specifically eliminates brassy tones to lock in your true blonde color all the way until your next hair appointment. The shampoo will also hydrate and brighten your blonde so it looks brand new every day.


Step two to attaining the brightest, softest, most non-brassy hair is to use R+Co’s Sunset Blvd Blonde Conditioner. This product will add moisture and flexibility to coarse or aging hair.

Toning Shampoo

Once a week you should use a toning shampoo specifically designed for blonde hair. John Frieda’s Sheer Blonde Colour Renew Tone-Correcting Shampoo stabilizes brassy and yellow tones to make your color-treated hair look bright and salon fresh.

Dry Shampoo

One big key to protecting your blonde hair is to not wash it daily. In fact, you can go three or more days without washing it if you use the right products to keep it clean. Dry shampoo is essential for this purpose. Batiste Dry Shampoo, Light and Blonde will keep your hair fresh and clean and full of body and texture.

UV Protect Spray

Sun damage can quickly deplete your hair of its color, whether it’s winter or summer. That’s why it’s good to use a UV protection spray to seal it from damaging rays. L’Oreal’s EverPure UV Protect Spray is anti-fade, vegan, sulfate-free, and has UVA/UVB filters.

With these products you’ll keep your precious blonde color looking its best. If you go to the measures of coloring your hair, the least you can do is use products that were made to protect it.