Wednesday, 24 April 2019

Color Treated Hair-Can Be Moisturized

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I always have the feeling that my hair is dry every time I dye him another color.

Color preservation is tricky and we all search for some efficient hair care treatments that allow us to keep our new hair color longer and keep our hair nourished at the same time.

On the one hand, water is vital to keep our hair moisturized, preventing it from breaking.

On the other hand, the new hair color doesn’t last that long once it makes contact with water all too often.

The color fades away and we are forced to dye it again and this is such a vicious circle.

The thing is that the hair fiber swells each time you wash it and this is why the hair color fades.

Try to wash your hair 2 or 3 times a week and drink plenty of water to get your hair hydrated from within.

You can also make your own shampoo and conditioner because natural ingredients tend to preserve the color longer than regular shampoos found in stores.

Heating is not a friend of color preservation.

Try letting your hair dry on its own and avoid using flat irons, curlers, or hair dryers.

It’s kind of hard but it depends on what you prize most: your new hair color or a bunch of glossy curls.

Hot water can also make your hair color fade.

You can make some coconut oil and lemon juice hair masks to preserve your hair color.

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