Stepping out of the salon with a fresh new look and hair is just one of the most exciting things in a woman’s world. Did you know that most population in the US color their hair every year – but not all are aware on how to keep their tresses looking fab and vibrant.
In this article, we give you amazing tips on how to keep your color-treated hair looking fab and healthy for a long time.
Use a sulfate-free shampoo
Sulfates are doing an excellent job in the foaming action and removing dirt away from the hair. You may be used to using your regular shampoo but with your color-treated hair, but this might be the best time to shift to a sulfate-free shampoo if you have colored your hair recently.
Sulfate-rich shampoo strips hair color and even your hair’s natural moisture. We suggest you try our bestselling Mayraki Silky Smooth Proactive Hair Repairing Treatment – rejuvenates your locks and restoring your hair to healthy, strong, and bouncy as you continue to use the product.
Condition All the Time
After shampooing your hair after three days of your hair coloring treatment, make sure you choose the best conditioner on the market. Conditioning your colored hair helps your hair color look shinier and even. Don’t forget to start from the tips and work your way up, avoiding the scalp area.
There is color-protecting hair products with well-thought-off ingredients that work best on chemically treated hair. Choose a brand with ingredients formulated to prevent premature fading in color-treated hair.
Add Biotin-rich foods in your daily consumption
Start eating healthy and consuming biotin-rich foods to keep your hair stronger than before. While conditioners and hair masks help nourish your hair, an added care from the inside can help too. You can biotin from foods such as egg yolk, soy beans, nuts, bananas, and mushrooms to name a few.
Use Hair Supplements and maintain a healthy diet
Start familiarizing yourself with the different hair supplements and food depending on your hair needs. If you’ve been experiencing hair loss, try taking in Vitamin B which is found on food like fish, such as tuna, mackerel, and salmon, and dark green vegetables, such as spinach and kale.
With the right vitamins and the right consumption of healthy food, you’ll notice that your hair feels better when you touch it. Quick tip though, be consistent with the supplement and commit to them daily for at least six months.
Schedule an appointment for touch ups
As weeks pass by, you’ll notice your roots starting to show up. This may not be a flattering view because it won’t look natural anymore. To make sure you still look fab with your color-treated hair for a long time, try scheduling an appointment to your hairstylist after a few weeks. A root touch up is also a great way to save money as it prolong the time between full services by several weeks or even months.