Take Extra Care of Your Newly-Dyed Hair!
5 Ways to Maintain Color-Treated Hair!
Want to try a new hair color in 2020? Read up on the caring tips that you need to know.
It feels like prime time for a fresh start. Other than buying new clothes for yourself, perhaps it’s also a good idea to get yourself a new hair shade. Using hair bleach is a great way to bring a new look to your style. However, it may cause strands to interlock and tangle easily. Your color-treated hair may feel straw-like, or may not hold onto the new color. They need a little extra attention if you want the new shade to last long. That’s why you’ll need maintenance and hair care products to take care of your locks.
You’ll need a toning shampoo and conditioner to keep your tone and color in check. The purple toning shampoo helps to fight brassiness, while the silver toning can help keep your hair grey. They help to re-dye your hair every time you wash to keep it looking fresh. A warm reminder - not to wash your hair with super hot water. When your hair’s cuticle is opened, it allows your color to wash out.
Try using sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners to keep your hair color from fading. Sulfates may strip your hair of its natural oils and moisture, which may also strip your beautiful color-treated hair.
Avoid washing your hair everyday. Not only are you washing away the natural oils that moisturize your hair, you also wash away the hair dye. You can wash your hair every other day to keep your color on lock. Or just refresh your hair with dry shampoo. It looks like you just got a blowout without actually washing your hair.
Try avoid heat-styling, but even if you can’t resist the temptation, remember to take extra care before styling. The hot tools may strip away color and hydration. You can use hair oil before blow drying or styling, so as to serve as a protection and maintenance of color.
Weekly hair mask conditioning session can hydrate your hair and bring it back to life. It will soon make your hair feel like hair again.