If you are an individual with dyed or colored hair, you might have gone through the trouble of making your dyed hair color last longer because you will realize that no matter how you color your hair, the color does fade out in some time. When your hair color starts to fade, this means that you will need to head to the salon more often to have retouch’s on your hair. Doing so will not only be a huge waste of money but it will also be a waste of your precious time as well. So here is how to keep your hair color locked tight in your hair for a longer period of time.
Make sure that when you are in the salon and coloring your hair, to ask a hairdresser if they can recommend some good hair products you can use on your hair that will make the hair color fading lessen by a lot, like Kevin Murphy shampoo something similar that will capture the color in your hair instead of letting it run. If you are at a good salon you will get good recommendations on what products match your hair the best, because based on the different colors of our hair not every product will be good for our use.
Hold the water
When you have colored or dyed hair, you must know better than to hit the shower every day. If you went to the best hairdresser you could find, you probably would have gotten advice from them asking you to take a shower about three times a week instead of making your hair go through multiple shampoos every day. Even if this means you are bound to get your hair to become a little bit greasy, you would have to do so for the same of your hair color. If it in necessary you can try and use some good dry shampoo on your hair, which will clean your hair but would not deeply affect hair color.
When you do decide to have a shower, try to make it as quick as possible instead of spending a lot of time under the water. Try to have showers in cold water of water that is mildly warm instead of scalding hot water, because extra hot water makes hair color fade extremely fast. Water is pretty much the biggest reason for the fading of hair color. Remember not to stand directly under the running shower unless you are rinsing your hair so you can avoid the water more.