Platinum Blonde (freehdwall.net)Here are the shampoos to make your golden locks shine…

Best for honey blondes…

For golden blondes – both natural and coloured – Davines Alchemic Shampoo in Golden will help enhance honey tones while keeping the hair deeply moisturised.alchemic_shampoo_dorato1 Packed with vitamins as well as a gentle pigment, this shampoo is a must for warmer blondes with dry tresses in need of a bit of TLC.

Best for ash blondes…

To maintain an ashy tone, a violet shampoo can be used to tone down brassiness – particularly if you hair has natural warmth to it. For this, Clean Blonde Violet Toning Shampoo from Fudge is particularly effective, boasting brilliant reviews for keeping hair soft as well as eliminating yellow tones.Fudge-Blonde-Shampoo-186834

Best for platinum blondes…

Sometimes a violet shampoo can leave a purple tinge to platinum/white bleached hair, so instead a silver one is more effective. L’Oreal Professionel’s Serie Expert Silver Shampoo would be a better choice for the lightest of blondes, as it counteracts yellow/brassy tones but without the unwanted violet colour.L'Oréal Professionnel Série Expert Silver

Best for highlights…

Designed especially for highlighted hair, the Blondme Illumi Lights range from Schwarzkopf adds shine and vibrancy to lighter parts of the hair, while maintaining a healthy condition with extracts of keratin.Schwarzkopf Professional BLONDME Illumi Lights Shampoo Both shampoos and conditioners are available from the range, which can be used to keep your highlights looking bright and salon-fresh.

Best for damaged hair…

For bleached, dyed and damaged hair, try Dumb Blonde Shampoo from Bed Head at Tigi. Stripping hair of its colour using bleach leaves hair feeling over-processed and dry – and more damage can be done if bleached hair isn’t cared for properly afterwards.Tigi Bed Head Dumb Blonde Shampoo for After Highlights Bed Head’s shampoo not only prevents dyed hair from fading, but specialises in repairing and strengthening processed hair, so your blonde locks look healthy and vibrant.

Best bargains…

If you don’t want to spend any more than £5, there are plenty of cheaper alternatives suitable for blonde hair. For bottle-blondes, Tresemmé’s Colour Thrive Blonde Shampoo stops coloured hair from fading, as well as minimising brassy tones.TRESemme Colour Thrive Illuminating Blonde Shampoo However, if you’re afraid to use colourants on your hair, but want a lighter, sun-kissed look give John Freida’s Sheer Blonde Go Blonder Shampoo a go; it claims to naturally lighten your hair with a formula of citrus and chamomile, free from damaging chemicals such as ammonia and peroxide.John Frieda Sheer Blonde Go Blonder Lightening Shampoo

Best splurge…

However, if you’re willing so invest in something a little more pricey, Sebastian Cellophanes has a range of colour ‘revitalisers’ available in a range of shades. Although not strictly a shampoo, this product will recondition coloured hair, leaving it illuminated and enriched, looking like it has been freshly coloured again. Available in Pearl Blonde, Honey Blonde and Golden Blonde, there will be a particular shade revitaliser perfect for your unique shade – from silvery tones to warmer strawberry blonde.Sebastian CELLOPHANES shine clear