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Ready for a Hair Color Change?

If you want to do something different with your hair… but you’re still not sure what… here are some ideas that might help you decide…

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Tips for Preserving the Vibrancy of Your Hair Color

After you’ve selected your new color and it looks fantastic, here comes the second step.

Maintaining the vibrancy of your hair color requires proper care and attention to prevent fading and maintain the richness of the hue. Here are some tips to help preserve the vibrancy of your hair:

Use Color-Safe Shampoo and Conditioner

Invest in sulfate-free, color-safe shampoo and conditioner specifically formulated for color-treated hair. These products help preserve the integrity of the color and prevent premature fading.

Wash with Cool Water

Hot water can strip hair of its natural oils and contribute to color fading. Wash your hair with cool or lukewarm water to help seal the hair cuticle and maintain the vibrancy of sandy brown color.

Limit Washing Frequency

Washing your hair too frequently can strip away natural oils and color. Try to extend the time between washes, using dry shampoo if necessary, to keep the color intact for a more extended period.

Protect Hair from UV Rays

Sun exposure can contribute to color fading. Protect your hair from UV rays by wearing hats or using UV-protective hair products when spending extended periods in the sun.

Avoid Heat Styling

Excessive heat styling can damage hair and cause color fading. If possible, let your hair air-dry or use heat-styling tools on a low setting. Apply a heat protectant spray before styling to minimize damage.

Deep Conditioning Treatments

Treat your hair to regular deep conditioning treatments to keep it moisturized and healthy. Hydrated hair is less prone to damage and color fading. Consider using a deep conditioning mask specifically designed for color-treated hair.

Avoid Chlorine Exposure

Chlorine in swimming pools can strip hair of its color. If you’re a regular swimmer, protect your hair by wearing a swim cap or wetting your hair with clean water before entering the pool to reduce chlorine absorption.

Touch Up Roots

To maintain a consistent and vibrant look, consider touching up your roots as needed. This can help prevent an uneven color appearance and extend the time between full color treatments.

Regular Trims

Regular trims help eliminate split ends and keep the overall health of your hair intact. Healthy hair holds color better, and trims prevent the color from looking dull due to damaged ends.

Avoid Harsh Chemicals

Steer clear of harsh styling products and chemicals that can strip color. Opt for styling products specifically formulated for color-treated hair, and avoid excessive use of styling products that contain alcohol.