As seen in many H2BAR Boxes, this is a 3-in-1, sulfate-free color depositing shampoo. It cleanses, conditions and refreshes color in one easy step.
Specially formulated to deposit color and deliver vibrant tones and brilliant shine, while a rich foaming lather nourishes every hair strand. Enhance natural or 'by choice' hues with this ultimate color enhancing, conditioning shampoo.
- Free of sulfates, parabens, and gluten!
Natural redheads: Use this if your hair is fading or you want more red in your hair. It's non-permanent, never causes roots and naturally washes away. Fluid Fire is best used on redheads with natural hues on the Medium to Darker Auburn Red Hair spectrum. Think Jessica Chastain or Julianne Moore (see photos of their hair). Once you use the product, you will see more red tones in your hair.
Redhead 'By Choice': Use this if you're between salon visits and want to keep your vibrancy.
How to Use
*Always strip test first + do NOT use if you have blonde highlights in hair.* Apply to wet hair. Lather for 2-3 minutes, Rinse. Repeat for added intensity.
Tip: If you don't want too much color, mix it with your daily shampoo for a subtle (but not so vibrant) increase in color. This is a great way to get started with color depositing products too.
Aqua, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Hydroxypropyl Guar, Citric Acid, Fragrance, DMDM Hydantoin, Polymethoxy Bicyclic Oxazolidine, Basicc Red 22, Basic Blue 99, Basic Brown 17
I love this shampoo keeps my bottle red looking vibrant and healthy between appointments!
As with other reviewers, I have mixed this with my normal shampoo, giving a slightly darker red to my hair. I love these shampoos.
This shampoo is great! As I age, my red hair is not as vibrant as it used to be. This shampoo turns it up a notch, especially outside. LOVE!!!
The shampoo is one of the first that I have used that actually works and brightens my red hair right up. Make sure you mix it with your regular shampoo or it may be too reddish/burgundy. I didn't do that the first time but did after that and I love the coppery red color.