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The Do’s and Don’t’s For Taking Care Of Your Colored Hair

New Hair Who This?


Recently, I have dyed my hair with blonde highlights and I love it!


The most important thing I thought about before dying my hair is how will I maintain the health of my hair.


The health of my hair was my number one priority! I wanted to ensure that I knew exactly what products and what techniques to use after I dyed my hair.


After much research and much trial and error I have comprised the perfect do’s and don’t list to help other who have also recently dyed their hair.


In this article, I will be discussing what products I use and the step-by-step tutorial on how I personally incorporate them into my routine! I will also discuss what products and techniques not to use.



DO use a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner.

My hairdresser recommended that I start using a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner after dying my hair. The benefit of using a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner is that it reduces the fading of your new hair color.


DON’T wash your hair for a few days after getting it colored.

Washing your hair after getting it dyed is not recommended because it can lead to your new color fading.

DO use a deep conditioner once a month.

Deep conditioning your hair once a month produces many positive outcomes. Some of the positive outcomes include


DON’T use too much heat on your hair.

Using too much heat on your hair, in general, is never a good idea so keep that in mind when using hot tools.


DO use cool water to wash your hair.

According to https://www.healthshots.com using cool water to wash your hair "seals the ruptured cuticle layers while restoring the keratin and lipid bonds. This heals the fizziness of your hair shaft, providing a soft and smooth texture." This is why you should wash your hair with cold water.



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