- Dull Hair Color
- Lack of Shine
- Hard Water Damage
- All Hair Colors
- All Hair Types
How to use
Use twice a month or whenever hair looks dull. Apply after shampoo and before conditioner. Pour the powder of one sachet into palm of hand. Add water to create a paste. Continuously massage into hair for 5 minutes, roots to ends. Rinse and thoroughly condition.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
Helps brighten and remove buildup.
Gentle Chelating Agent
Helps prevent dullness and brassiness.
Sucrose, Ascorbic Acid, Sodium Gluconate, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Disodium EDTA, Xanthan Gum, Inosito
What is Chelating?
Why should I chelate my hair?
Is the Brightening Powder a chelator?
How does the Brightening Powder Work?
Will this Brightening Powder work on brunette colored hair?
If I have Blonde Highlights and I want to brighten them, will it strip the rest of my color?
Will it make my hair dry and will it make it break?
Can I use this product on dark hair?
What is hard water? What does it do my hair?
When should I use this product?
Is this product color safe?
What is a normal pH for hair?
“The Brightening Powder is a game changer for my hair when it’s looking a little dull! After using the Brightening Shampoo, this powder will pull out all the impurities, minerals, and product residue that causes your hair to go dull. It takes just five-minutes and the results are incredible!”
Justin Anderson — Celebrity colorist and dpHUE Co-founder