If they lack these damaging ingredients does that mean they are automatically color-safe?

If not can someone please recommend some. The price is not a huge thing but obviously if there is a cheaper alternative I would love to hear about it :-)

ETA: Do I even need shampoo? Maybe a Co "poo" is better. I read on an older thread that the color is drying and damaging and a co-poo would be better to retain moisture and my keep my scalp from feeling so dry and tight.

Better yet, I have Giovanni Tea Tree shampoo that I really like and it's supposed to have only 1 protein, is silicone and sulfate free. I'm not sure if its color safe though. What do y'all think? Here is the ingredient list:

Ingredients: Aqueous (water) extracts of tea tree (melaleucs altemifolia) oil, peppermint (mentha piperia) oil, eucalyptus (eucalyptus officinalis) oil, rosemary (rosmarinus officinalis) oil, nettle (uritica dioica) oil, thyme (thymus vulgaris) oil, birch leaf (butela alba) oil, chamomile (anthemis nobilus flower) clary (salvia sclarea), lavender (lavandula angustifolia), coltsfoot leaf (tussilago fargara), yarrow (achillea millefolium) oil, soybean protein (glycine soja), c12-14 olefin sulfonate (coconut derived), cocamidopropyl betaine, tocopherol (vitamin E), trace minerals, citric acid (corn), sodium hydroxymethylglycinate, sodium chloride (sea salt), grapefruit seed (citrus derived).

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Last edited by nik; 12-28-2007 at 05:12 AM.