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Beauty Tips


10 Easy Ways to Get Shiny, Healthy Hair


1. Say yes to hair serum.

2. Use a leave-in conditioner. 

3. Wash with cool water. 

4. Be smart about blow-drying. 

5. Spray on the shine. 

6. Switch to a silicone flatiron. 

7. Get a glossing treatment. 

8. Hydrate your body. 

9. Eat nutritious foods. 

10. Avoid harsh chemicals.


How To Protect Color-Treated Hair


1. Strengthen Your Color-Treated Hair in Preparation for the Next Color Process

2. Use a Clarifying Shampoo on Color-Treated Hair Just Before Coloring

3. After your salon coloring visit, hold off on shampooing your hair for as long as you can

4. Use a flat iron on your color-treated hair to seal in the dye

5. Don’t Shampoo Your Color-Treated Hair Too Often

6. When You Shampoo Color-Treated Hair, Use Cold Water

8. Use a Color-Protecting Shampoo on Color-Treated Hair

9. Use a Color- Protecting Conditioner Every Time You Shampoo Color-Treated Hair

10. Rinse Conditioner Out at the End of Your Shower

11. Use a Leave-In Conditioner on Your Color-Treated Hair to Lock In Moisture

12. Hot Oil Treatments are Another Option to Help Protect Color-Treated Hair

13. Check the Labels on Styling Products to Determine the Best Match For Your Hair Type

14. If Your Color –Treated Hair is Fine or Thin, Look for Color-Protecting Styling Products with Thickening Agents

15. If Your Color-Treated Hair is Frizzy, Look for Color-Protecting Styling Products That Smooth

16. If Your Colored Hair Looks Dull, Use a Color-Protecting Gloss with Serum or a Shine Spray

17. When Going Outside, Be Diligent About Spritzing a UV-Protecting Spray on Your Color-Treated Hair

18. Before Going Swimming, Rinse Your Color-Treated Hair With Fresh Water

19. Cut Back On the Use of Hot Tools to Protect Color-Treated Hair


Taking care of your hair


1. Get it really wet.

2. Use a small amount of shampoo. A squirt about the size of a quarter is enough.

3. Massage the shampoo into your scalp. Don't scrub the scalp too hard.

4. Rinse really well, until you don't see any more bubbles or suds on your head or going down the drain.

5. Gently dry your hair with a towel.

6. Comb it out carefully with a wide-tooth comb, especially if it's curly. Don't yank or tug on it, because that can break the hair or pull it out.

7. Let your hair air dry whenever you can. Hair dryers can be tough on hair.




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