You don’t have to break the bank for hair care.
So you made the and bleached your hair. You may have noticed that your hair is dry and brittle. Trying out different hair colors may be fun, but it’s not when your hair has noticeable damage.
Want to learn how to take care of bleached and colored hair? Here’s everything you need.
If you have a flexible budget, try the Olaplex Hair Repair System. There are several products in the line, but there’s one in particular that helps protect hair from damage as you bleach and color it. Olaplex No. 1 is a bond multiplier that you mix with your bleach and developer. The product seeps into your hair, protects its internal structure, and prevents too much damage.
For those on a tighter budget, Bremod Super Plex does the same job.
Purple shampoo and conditioner
Whether you’re staying blonde or going for funkier hair colors, brassiness is something you have to deal with. This is where purple shampoos come in.
Try the L’Oreal Paris Ever Pure purple shampoo and conditioner. Shampooing helps get rid of any chemical residue from the bleaching process. Conditioning helps bring back some softness. And using purple shampoo and conditioner tones your hair to get rid of any brassy shades.
When bleaching or dyeing, it’s better to give your hair some time to rest in between sessions. The time in between gives your hair a chance to recover.
For at-home hair treatment, get this one from Hairfix. With ingredients such as aloe vera and argan oil extract, you can hydrate and strengthen your hair in a few minutes. Apply it after shampooing and let it soak for a few minutes before rinsing. Use it twice a week or as often as you need.
If you have colored hair, try Ellips Hair Vitamin Nutricolor. The product contains Moroccan oil which helps repair sun-damaged hair. It can also nourish colored hair and maintain its shine.
Moisturizing shampoo and conditioner
Multiple bleaching and dyeing sessions dry out your hair, making it prone to breakage. Prevent frizz and breakage by using the Human Nature Plus shampoo and conditioner.
The products are also paraben-free, sulfate-free, and silicone-free. The absence of these harsh ingredients means you can protect your hair color longer. It won’t strip your hair and scalp of its natural oils. And you don’t have to deal with harmful product residues.
DIY hair treatment is very much doable
Getting a salon treatment is still the best option but not everyone has the budget for it. The good news is that there are many products available in that market for you to do at-home hair treatments.
Give your bleached and colored locks the treatment it deserves by adding these products to your hair care regimen.
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