Hair colour affects a woman’s personality. Her entire mood can be changed by simply lightening, darkening, changing or boosting her hair colour. Every woman knows how a bad hair day can affect her mood negatively, so it’s important she chooses a hair colour wisely and that she stays on top of its maintenance, whether she’s colouring it herself, or having it coloured at a salon.
A woman can choose practically any shade she likes, and sometimes a dramatic change from the usual can give her the lift she’s looking for. Well-maintained hair colour that enhances a woman’s skin tone and complements her wardrobe colours, can add a look of youthfulness to a woman. Her unique colour choice can be that final touch to her signature look.
On the other hand, there’s nothing worse than a woman missing out on great, younger-looking hair because she’s afraid of colour. Most hair-colour products, used as directed, are gentle on hair and are natural looking if applied correctly.
Maintaining hair colour is important and crucial element of a confident woman’s charm offensive. Hair colour that is faded, roots that are overdue for a touch-up, or having the wrong hair colour shade altogether, can diminish a woman’s overall appearance. No one wants to be recognized by their bad hair, or hair colour gone wrong.
There are hair-colour blunders all the time, and trying to repair them quickly with more hair-colour can cause premature drying and breaking. Over-processed hair will look dull and lifeless and seem beyond hope, but there is a cure for even the biggest of blunders. Scientifically formulated products available at top salons are available for women to use daily at home too, and are especially effective to be used when you need a quick fix.
The best hair-restoration products will be rich in vitamins and minerals, hair-restoration sun-protecting UV absorbers, and loads of free radical quenching antioxidants. Even the most damaged hair can be restored into silky and sleek looking hair in no time with a daily regime of quality hair care products.
To restore over-treated hair, buy salon-quality hair care products. Shampoo less, perhaps using a dry shampoo, if necessary, to give your hair a break. Wash and condition your hair with high quality, salon-rated products and use protectives with heat shields that will also provide a solid barrier to the heat of hair blowers and flat irons.
Try to wait at least two weeks before adding a new hair colour. When you do, maintain it with products containing colour protectives. Finish your regular daily styling routines with a good quality hair serum, applied in a small amount gently from root to tip to add gently shine and protection.
Your hair can have shine and lustre like the hair of your youth, no matter how many times you’ve coloured your hair, if you use the right products in between colouring. Contact a high-quality salon for the right products to use at home to help restore and rejuvenate your hair, or to maintain already great-looking hair.