Bleach London Rosé Conditioner - Vegan & PETA-Approved Soft Pink Conditioner, for Bleached Blonde and Pastel Pink Hair, Colour Depositing, Eliminates Blue Dye - Paraben Free - (250 ml)
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Deep condition your hair once a week as this helps to nourish and replenish the moisture lost in coloured hair. Avoid washing your hair too often, as this strips away the pink pigments and can cause it to look dull. You really can’t mess these up since the color is very minimal and ultimately washes out, and it’s a product that pretty much anyone could use. “Anyone who would like to add shine, enhance their existing color, or cool down yellow or brassy tones can benefit from using a color-depositing conditioner,” says colorist Giselle Luza, founder of Giselle Luza Studio. The point is, they work to combat brassiness in your blonde highlights, enhance your brunette base, or revive your all-over red. Plus, a color-depositing conditioner is also great for experimentation if you want to try a tone without committing to permanent dye. And yes, you use them exactly as you would any other conditioner, simply letting the formula sit on the hair for a few minutes longer to reap the benefits. Swap one out for your usual conditioner a few times per week, or use it whenever your hue needs a little help. Consider using a good-quality dry shampoo instead of washing your hair. One of my favourites is the Living Proof PhD dry shampoo which is a salon professional product.
Finally, always use cold water to rinse your hair. This is because the cold water helps to clos the cuticle, and hot water keeps it open and can strip the colour away.It should go without saying, but you want to make sure the formula will still be able to do the conditioning part of things, and not just deposit color. Butters and oils (found in the Overtone Coloring Conditioner and the Maria Nila Colour Refresh) will help hydrate the hair, keeping it soft and shiny, and making the color look even better. Use a colour-protecting and enhancing shampoo, like the ones mentioned, to help keep your colour vibrant and looking its best.