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28 Jun

Fanola is most known for its No Yellow purple shampoo for blonde hair to eradicate those nasty unwanted yellow reflections and tones. It is a known fact that purple is the perfect combatant for yellow, based on the colour wheel principles. Science can’t lie!

So, what is opposite to orange on the colour wheel? Blue! If you are looking to combat and counteract brassy orange tones in your light brown to dark blonde hair, Fanola has developed an effective solution for you: No Orange Shampoo and Mask. It is perfect to prevent brunettes and dark blondes from fading warm and brassy in between colour appointments.


Step 1: Shampoo

Simply apply the shampoo to wet hair and massage. Leave it in for 1-5 minutes to process, then lather and rinse. The first wash will open the cuticle, lift and remove dirt. It is recommended to repeat this process again for the product to penetrate the hair cuticle, further tone and work its magic.

Pro Tip: For a more intense result on strong orange tones, apply to dry hair and leave up to 15 minutes. It is recommended to wear gloves during application to avoid staining as the blue pigment may temporarily stain your skin.

Step 2: Mask

The next step is to seal the cuticle and add nourishment. The blue mask continues this process of toning while simultaneously detangling, nourishing and hydrating hair. Its rich, concentrated formula leaves the hair extraordinarily soft and glossy. Apply the product to the lengths and ends of towel dried hair and leave it on for 3-5 minutes before rinsing it carefully.

A Little Precaution

When used on overbleached, porous and sensitised hair, No Orange Shampoo can overtone and give a blue result. If you haven’t consulted a hairdresser about using No Orange Shampoo on your hair before purchase, we advise you perform a test strand on your hair to ensure it gives you the desired result.


Pre-toning with No Orange

Fanola’s No Orange Shampoo is fantastic for pre-toning at the basin. This basically enables you a cleaner canvas to neutralise unwanted orange and brassiness before applying the toner. For instance, if you want to create a soft caramel, No Orange can be used to counteract the orange undertones beforehand. This ensures that the undertones won’t affect the result of your colour, eliminating the need to colour correct afterwards.

Here are some simple steps to pre-tone with No Orange in the basin:

  1. After lifting to desired level, rinse out lightener
  2. Apply No Orange Shampoo to slightly towel-dried hair
  3. Process for 2-10 minutes depending on desired amount of toning
  4. Lather and then rinse
  5. Towel dry and apply desired toner


Mixing with No Yellow

Also, No Orange can also be mixed in with No Yellow to counteract orange-yellow tones. This makes for a beautiful icy cool result on a blonde 9 and above.


The perk of having No Orange in your salon is that you can upsell to clients with brunette and bronde hair to keep their hair cool between appointments.

AMR is the only exclusive distributor of Fanola No Orange Shampoo in Australia. Luxurious results that is also cruelty-free! Get your hands on No Orange Shampoo for the best results on your hair today.




Samantha Bun

Samantha is our in-house content writer based in Sydney who covers all hair and beauty related topics. She has completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English Literature and a Master of Creative Writing at University of Sydney. In her spare time, she loves writing poetry in calligraphy for her Instagram @samanthabunpoetry

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