Many women and men who go naturally gray or silver find themselves with dingy, dull, and sometimes yellowing hair. For many of us, using purple shampoo is just putting another chemical, which you’ve left behind, on your hair. It doesn’t actually take care of the issue either; it just covers it up. This made me wonder if we were approaching the problem from the wrong direction.
- “What if there was a way to remove the buildup and impurities without chemicals!”
- “What if instead of covering it up with the opposite color we removed the dingy, dull, or yellowing color on our hair!”
That’s how QuickSilverHair Clay was born. We also struggle with our untouched hair being dry and frizzy, so I created QuickSilverHair Oil to soften and moisturize your natural hair. Hello Beautiful!
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