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Tired Of Your Beautiful Red Hair Color Fading To An Unwanted Color?

posted in Beauty > Hair
  • Tip 1:
    Always have your hair color applied to clean hair

  • Tip 2:
    Avoid washing your hair 48 hours after getting your hair colored.

    Red molecules are large, and aggravating the cuticle soon after getting your hair colored with hot water and shampoo can release pigment prematurely.

  • Tip 3:
    Do not do hair treatments the day you have your hair colored.

    This can also release red color pigments from your hair resulting in quicker fading

  • Tip 4:
    Get a clear or red cellophane gloss one week after having your hair colored.

    Cellophanes are vegetable colors that are safer than henna and fade gently without the residue. It is applied to the hair, then you are placed under the dryer for 20 minutes. This seals the color and give

  • Tip 5:
    Don't use harsh shampoos.

    You spend a lot of money on your hair color. It is time to invest in a good shampoo specially designed for color-treated hair. I recommend using color support shampoos and conditioners by Bumble and Bumble. Just make sure you consult with your hairstylist

  • Tip 6:
    Don't sit out in the sun too long!

    It will lighten the hair up so much! If you must, use a UV protectant spray or mask on your hair. Redken has a UV spray available; I highly recommend it.


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