John Frieda's Brilliant Brunette range has been used by me for years and I often purchase the travel sizes for holiday, knowing it's a shampoo and conditioner that works for me. When I used to colour my hair I would dabble in the other colour ways, blonde in Summer to bring out lighter tones and even the red head version when I had highlights. Whether it was physiological or not I don't know but I felt it worked a treat.
When I had shorter hair I was a big fan of the Sheer Blonde Spun Gold wax which is sadly now discontinued and it's quite possible I may need to explore more from the range after today with my newly coloured and cut hair.
If you're a brunette and looking for a shampoo and conditioner duo made with crushed pearls and sweet almond oil to bring out rich tones and add shine without grease then seek these out.
And another mention and can of Batiste Brunette Dry Shampoo bites the dust this month. Its usually just habit that I reach for the brunette version, especially as lately I've been using the 'regular' versions and whilst there's an initial obvious powder it is quickly brushed out and doesn't cause me any bother but there's nothing wrong with good habits.
What products do you reach for that are specific to your hair type?