Going blonde whether it’s highlights or balayage you remove color from your hair. Color only takes up 1% of your hair but in the process of removing that color, you’re removing protein and moisture‘s which is breaking down the disulfide bonds and changing the pH level of your hair.
Making being a blonde high maintenance.
For healthy beautiful blonde hair, you need to replenish what you take away. In-salon glazing every six weeks will replenish color tone and shine. Purple shampoo at home can help with brassiness in between salon services. Adding moisture proteins rebuilding the disulfide bonds and evening out the hair’s pH level can be done with every shampoo at home or in the salon for a more intense dosage.
The Hair Spa‘s indulge mask, Pureology’s superfood mask both add moisture to the hair. Redken‘s pH balanced treatment is customizable to your hair adding moisture and or protein will even out the hair’s pH level (this is an in-service salon treatment) And it has a matching shampoo and conditioner and styling cream to help maintain at home in between salon services.
OLAPLEX helps rebuild disulfide bonds that break down naturally when styling and coloring hair. Can be used with your color service or as a standalone treatment in salon, and has a matching shampoo and conditioner to maintain at home in between salon services.
Products that help blondes: Ask Your Hair Designer which is right for you
- The Hair Spa’s Blueberry & Beet Shampoo
- Unite’s Blonda
- Pureology’s Best Blonde
- Redken’s Acidic Bonding Concentrate (In salon treatment & take home)d