Long_Lasting Hair Color Depends on Well_Conditioned Hair : Hair color can make hair more porous, which causes it to absorb and release moisture more easily. This can cause loss of color molecules every time your hair gets wet. Here are tips on how to keep as much moisture in your hair as possible, by maintaining the best possible condition. Have Your Stylist Use Only Quality, Conditioning Hair Colors : Begin by asking your hair colorist to use a professional hair color with conditioning properties that will continue to condition the hair as the weeks go by. Hair color with natural oils will help retain moisture in your color_treated hair and leave it looking shiny and healthy. Ammonia_free haircolor is another great professional option that treats hair with TLC?
Nude Hair :Nude hair is about balance. "There's an even amount of both warm and cool tones, which cancel each other out to create a neutral color," explains Meri Kate O'Connor, senior colorist and educator at Eva Scrivo Salons in New York City. Bonus: They're very flattering on all skin tones. "Neutral colors are trendy because they're so easy to wear," says O'Connor. Snowlights Hair : With "snowlight" highlights, shimmering pieces of pale blonde scatter across the top of the head like (you guessed it) snow. Try this to get a sparkling lift for your summer hair color, then use Khlorane Sun Lightening Spray with Chamomile and Honey to bring out the highlights.