keep your hair color vibrant this spring

Well, they say that all good things must come to an end. Ladies, that may be true, but it does not need to be the case when it comes to keeping our hair color vibrant.

As we transition into warmer weather, here are 4 tips you can use to keep your hair color vibrant this spring:

1. Ensure that you have the correct water temperature

We all know that hot water is great for hot tea and my favorite – hot chocolate. When it comes to your hair, not so much!

If you want healthy, vibrant hair, ensure that you wash and condition your hair with cool water. Upon completion of your conditioner-wash with the coldest temperature that you can tolerate it.

2. Use heat to set your new hair color

When coloring your hair have your stylist, or if you’re an DIY type of gal, ensure that you set your hair color using heat and then allow it to cool prior to rinsing the color from your hair. It takes too much time to color your hair, and we do not want to strip the color before it is deposited.

3. Decrease Heat Styling

Regardless if you have color or not, heat can be a true enemy when styling your hair. Even with heat protectors, I recommend that you use flat iron your hair sparingly and cautiously.

4. Use color safe shampoos and conditioners

Not only will these products assist you in maintaining shiny hair and lessen the probability of dulling your color, they often come with other protective capabilities, such as sun protection, or something that infuses moisture into your hair, which ultimately protects your hair from breakage.

It does not matter what brand or state that you hair is in, protection when coloring your hair is vital, especially when bleaching.

I hope that these 4 tips to help you keep your hair color vibrant this spring were helpful to you. Please comment below and let me know what other tips that you use in your hair care regimen.

2 Comments on Hair Care Tuesdays: 4 Tips to Keep your Hair Color Vibrant this Spring

  1. I love hot water! I need to not love it so much in the shower. lol I also heard cold water is best for my natural hair. It keeps the curls springy and frizz free.

    • Yeah, I heard that warm or cold water is great for sealing the hair after or even cool air on the dryer.

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