Make your color last longer

We always time our hair color based on events or parties you have coming up, you want it to look fresh when you see friends or family after all. So how do you get it to last longer?

A lot has to do with the canvas you are coloring on and the rest is how you treat it on a daily basis! Let’s talk canvas to start with. If you are 100% white ( or you call it grey) and you are coloring your hair dark the chances you will see the regrowth quickly is almost a sure thing! The more contrast you color your hair or the further away you color it from your natural hair the quicker you will notice the regrowth. Black hair that’s been colored blonde you will see the black dots in a few days and vice versa with white hair being colored black.

Solution is to either break up the solidness of the color by adding a variety in foils or go a shade or two lighter or darker towards your natural regrowth color.

Intense colors will fade quicker than natural colors and pastel colors life expectancy depends on the condition of the hair, the more damaged the hair is, the more exposed and open the cuticle is, the faster it will fade.

Use a Sulfate free shampoo, always condition and limit heat exposure from tools etc.

Regular trims every 6-8 weeks removes split ends, limiting overdoing colors and heat exposure and sulfate free shampoo and you will be on your way to a more consistent color.

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