Is Anomaly Color-Safe?

Anomaly shampoo

Anomaly has several popular shampoo brands, including Clarifying Shampoo, Hydrating Shampoo, Gentle Shampoo, and Dry Shampoo. None of the top-selling Anomaly shampoos that we checked are safe for color-treated hair.

The Best-Selling Shampoos On Anomaly

Anomaly has a wide range of shampoos, conditioners, and masks. Here are the six best-selling shampoos and conditioners from Anomaly:

  • Anomaly Clarifying Shampoo
  • Anomaly Hydrating Shampoo
  • Anomaly Gentle Shampoo
  • Anomaly Dry Shampoo
  • Anomaly Smoothing Conditioner
  • Anomaly Shine Conditioner

Let us check if any of these shampoos and conditioners are color-safe.

Anomaly Clarifying Shampoo – NOT Color-Safe

The Anomaly Clarifying shampoo contains ingredients Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Chloride, Charcoal, and Panthenol, which are not safe for color-treated hair. The Anomaly Clarifying shampoo has not been marked color-safe by the manufacturers.

Anomaly Clarifying shampoo contains Phenoxyethanol and Panthenol which are alcohol-based compounds that are not color-safe. While ingredients such as Phenoxyethanol and Panthenol help add volume, they also strip away the color in your hair and make them dry and brittle.

Anomaly Clarifying shampoo includes Sodium Chloride that causes the moisture in your hair to dry out and also strips away the color. While it is not as bad as other ingredients, you should still note that this makes Anomaly Clarifying shampoo not safe for color-treated hair.

Anomaly Hydrating Shampoo – NOT Color-Safe

The Anomaly Hydrating shampoo contains ingredients like Phenoxyethanol, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, and Panthenol which are not safe for color-treated hair. The Anomaly Hydrating shampoo has not been marked color-safe by the manufacturers.

Anomaly Hydrating shampoo contains Phenoxyethanol and Panthenol which are alcohol-based compounds that are not color-safe. While ingredients such as Phenoxyethanol and Panthenol help add volume, they also strip away the color in your hair and make them dry and brittle.

Anomaly Hydrating shampoo contains clarifying agents like Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride which is heavier than regular cleansers. They help with a deep cleanse of your hair but also strip away the color in the process.

Anomaly Gentle Shampoo – NOT Color-Safe

The Anomaly Gentle shampoo contains ingredients like Phenoxyethanol, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, and Panthenol which are not safe for color-treated hair. The Anomaly Gentle shampoo has not been marked color-safe by the manufacturers.

Anomaly Gentle shampoo contains Phenoxyethanol and Panthenol which are alcohol-based compounds that are not color-safe. While ingredients such as Phenoxyethanol and Panthenol help add volume, they also strip away the color in your hair and make them dry and brittle.

Anomaly Gentle shampoo contains clarifying agents like Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride which is heavier than regular cleansers. They help with a deep cleanse of your hair but also strip away the color in the process.

Anomaly Dry Shampoo – NOT Color-Safe

The Anomaly Dry shampoo contains ingredients like Alcohol Denat, Charcoal, and Cetrimonium Chloride which are not safe for color-treated hair. The Anomaly Dry shampoo has not been marked color-safe by the manufacturers.

Anomaly Dry shampoo contains Alcohol Denat which is an alcohol-based compound that is not color-safe. While ingredients such as Alcohol Denat help add volume, they also strip away the color in your hair and make them dry and brittle.

Anomaly Dry shampoo contains clarifying agents like Cetrimonium Chloride which are heavier than regular cleansers. They help with a deep cleanse of your hair but also strip away the color in the process.

Anomaly Smoothing Conditioner – NOT Color-Safe

The Anomaly Smoothing Conditioner contains ingredients like Cetyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Polysorbate, Myristyl Alcohol, and Stearyl Alcohol which are not safe for color-treated hair. The Anomaly Smoothing conditioner has not been marked color-safe by the manufacturers.

Anomaly Smoothing conditioner contains Phenoxyethanol, Cetyl Alcohol, Myristyl Alcohol, and Stearyl Alcohol which are alcohol-based compounds that is not color-safe. While ingredients such as Phenoxyethanol, Cetyl Alcohol, Myristyl Alcohol, and Stearyl Alcohol help add volume, they also strip away the color in your hair and make them dry and brittle.

Anomaly Shine Conditioner – NOT Color-Safe

The Anomaly Shine conditioner contains ingredients like Cetyl Alcohol, Behentrimonium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Cetrimonium Chloride, Isopropyl Alcohol, and Panthenol, which are not safe for color-treated hair. The Anomaly Shine conditioner has not been marked color-safe by the manufacturers.

Anomaly Shine conditioner contains Phenoxyethanol, Cetyl Alcohol, Isopropyl Alcohol, and Panthenol which are alcohol-based compounds that are not color-safe. While ingredients such as Phenoxyethanol, Cetyl Alcohol, Isopropyl Alcohol, and Panthenol help add volume, they also strip away the color in your hair and make them dry and brittle.

Anomaly Shine conditioner contains clarifying agents like Behentrimonium Chloride and Cetrimonium Chloride which are heavier than regular cleansers. They help with a deep cleanse of your hair but also strip away the color in the process.

References:

https://www.anomalyhaircare.com/shop
https://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/clarifying-shampoo#risks

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