I have yellow-orange hair and even though I m using this for 4 months now, I saw no difference at all!
Hi Nicole, It's likely that your hair is too dark for the shampoo. If you're seeing more orange/red tones you won't see too much of a result with the No Orange. Although you could try applying to dry hair if you still have some left and see how that goes for you! I'd love to help you out more. Send me an email so I can give you personalised advice! Sarah
Great friendly honest company to deal with always ship out really quickly, any delays are related to courier and pandemic and it still came pretty quick. I've used Fanola purple before wanted to try blue as my hair is a bit more orangey than yellow. It's a subtle improvment but I've only used once and I'll do what I used to for Fanola purple, dampen hair and leave it in 20 minutes before shower. I wasn't game in case this was heaps stronger but that used to work great with other one. Overall very happy. Fanola products seem to be consistently high quality. Hair usually needs bit more treatments and tlc using purple/blue shampoos it can be drying plus the bleach for blonde etc but my hair has stayed in good condition so I'm happy. I use olaplex treatment which I also buy from tint department and I highly recommend that combo for blondes esp using blue shampoos.
This no more orange shampoo is so much better than any blue or purple shampoo I have used. My balayange hair is still bronde since November.
This stuff is amazing I’ve tried so many different products that claim to fade remove brassy tones but none have worked as well as fanola no more orange has worked, and it smells so nice. Definitely my go to shampoo
If you are going from dark hair and attempting to lighten it this will definitely make the transition less frightening. But I’d opt for the purple version if you’re starting at a level 7 and trying to go lighter. I started with level 3 box dye and this absolutely did the job while I was transitioning to blonde. I would recommend pairing it with some olaplex treatments though because both bleach and Fanola will strip your hair of oils and leave your hair dry if you’re not replacing the moisture that you’re loosing with either olaplex/hair masks/coconut oil.