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7 Ways To Protect Your Beautiful Color ❤️
Look for color-friendly brands in your favorite lines of shampoos and conditioners, hair sprays, protectants, and creams. They keep your hair color from fading and many are geared toward specific color spectrums for extra protection and vivid color!
Even if you have a color-safe shampoo and conditioner, don't use them too often. Experts say you shouldn't wash your hair every day anyway. It's especially true when you have color-treated hair. Unless a lightening or bleaching process was involved, too much washing will fade your color.
In addition to color-specific shampoos and conditioners, you can get a glaze. There are at-home glazes for every base shade, which you simply use in the shower. My personal favorite is picture above!!!
The sun may burn your skin but it fades your hair, and it dries out both of them. You need to protect your hair when you go outside, even in the middle of winter. There are plenty of SPF formulas for hair, ranging from light products to spray-in options.
Deep conditioning is an essential part of keeping your hair vibrant. You should deeply condition at once a week, although if you have oil-prone hair, every 10 days or two weeks is acceptable. Just make sure you target your roots as well, and choose a color-friendly product.
How much time do you want to spend on the upkeep of your hair? Think about that before you make a choice. Red is the hardest to keep up because it's the fastest to fade, due to the way the color adheres to the hair shaft. If you've got dark hair and go light, realize your roots will come in dark. Li
If you really just want to enjoy a new pop of color for a short amount of time, you can still play around with a vivid new shade. Instead of choosing a permanent color, get a temporary hue, or even a glaze treatment. You won't be stuck with the color for keeps,