Boise Hair Salon Tips For Preventing Hair Color From Fading This Summer
Coloring your hair during the summer can be risky. When the odds are in your favor, your new blond, brunette, or fashion hair color will look fresh and bright throughout the entire season. Unfortunately, however, swimming and extra sunlight can make your color fade faster during the hot months ahead.
Let 2021 be the year in which your hair color holds up in your favor for the entire summer season. That’s why the Boise hair salon stylists at unDONE would like to provide you with the following tips for preventing hair color from fading this summer.
Protection Starts in the Bathroom
Spending time outside in the sun and swimming pool increases during the summer. These factors can break down the outer layer of the hair shaft, making it look dull and discolored while causing your hair color to fade faster.
Protecting your hair color starts in the bathroom. At unDONE, our Boise hair salon stylists recommend using a shower water filter to ensure you’re washing your hair with clean, fresh water. We also suggest ditching your hot tools, if possible. Why? Thermal styling can lead to overheating, which can dry out your hair, opening the outer layer, causing your color to fade faster. If your hair is over-styled, it can lose its shine faster, making it look dull in the process. That’s why it’s essential to use a heat protectant like Davines MELU Hair Shield when using hot tools.
Protecting Your Hair Poolside
If you’re going to be spending a lot of time outside or in the pool, we suggest protecting your hair with a leave-in conditioner like Davines SU Hair Mask that helps seal the hair shaft while restoring the hydration of hair damaged by sun, chlorine, and salt. Davines SU Milk is another great product that’s enriched with UV protective filters that protect cosmetic color and hydration during sun exposure.
While avoiding the sun during the summer is impossible, there are a few additional steps you can take to prevent harmful UV rays from fading your color. Sun damage is most noticeable when dark hair color fades or lightens, generally taking on an orange tone. To stop UV rays from stripping your hair, we suggest using a color protective shampoo and conditioner like Davines Minu Shampoo.
Another preventative measure we suggest is to slightly alter how your hair is dyed. For darker colors, we suggest opting for a demi color rather than a permanent dye. Blondes can keep their color process the same, but it’s important to make sure you’re using a color-enhancing shampoo and conditioner to keep your shade fresh and clear.
Make an Appointment at unDONE
Battling the negative effects summer can have on your hair can be tough. That’s why the Boise hair salon stylists at unDONE are here to help! Not only can we recommend products and treatments based on your hair type, we can also suggest hairstyles that would be easier for you to manage during the summer.
If you have any questions, feel free to make an appointment online or give us a call at (208) 287-2010 to schedule a consultation.
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