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Tips to keep dyed hair color long lasting

The weather in autumn, many women dyed their hair to refresh themselves. However, outstanding bright dyes such as pink, red, orange... are easy to fade, if not cared for properly. Here are 5 tips to help you keep your dyed hair color longer.

‏1. After dyeing your hair , wait 2 days before washing your hair

After dyeing your hair, wait at least 48 hours or so before washing your hair. This will help you keep your dyed hair color longer. In the meantime, you should limit activities that cause sweating that cause you to wash your hair.

‏After dyeing your hair, wait at least 48 hours or so before washing your hair.

‏2. Wash your hair with cold water‏

Hot water is really not good for hair because it causes the hair cuticle to expand, making the hair color easier to fade. However, when the weather is gradually turning cold, it will be more difficult to wash your hair with cold water. Then, you can apply the following simple tips to keep dyed hair color longer.

Start by washing your hair with warm water, then rinse your hair with cool water. That way, you can still enjoy a warm bath, but finishing with cold water helps to keep the color in your hair better.‏

‏3. Use a sulfate-free shampoo

When choosing a shampoo for colored hair, pay attention to the ingredients on the product packaging. The ingredient Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS) is not good for bleached hair because it removes the natural oils in the hair and skin, causing the hair skin to become dry and prone to cracking. At the same time, it will remove the color layer in dyed hair very quickly.‏

Therefore, you should look for shampoos and conditioners that do not contain sodium laureth sulfate for colored hair. They are both gentler for your hair and help your hair color last longer.

‏4. Add dye to conditioner to keep dyed hair color long lasting‏

‏For vibrant hair dyes like pink, blue, purple, you can keep your dyed hair color long-lasting by adding hair color to your conditioner. The dye will penetrate into the hair every time you wash your hair, thereby preventing the color from fading.‏

‏How to do it: You mix hair dye into conditioner and apply it to your hair after washing your hair. Leave it on for about 15 minutes or so before rinsing it out to allow the conditioner to soak into the hair. This not only helps dyed hair color last longer, but also helps moisturize and soften hair

‏5. Limit frequent shampooing

If you wash your hair every day, you not only make the color fade quickly, but also make your hair more dry when you constantly use chemicals that take away the natural oils in your hair and scalp. Ideally, you should only wash your hair 2 to 3 times a week.

‏On the days when you don't wash your hair, if you feel uncomfortable because your hair is greasy, you can use dry shampoo to absorb excess oil and sebum.‏

‏6. Protect hair from heat impact from dryer, style…‏

The heat from the dryer, straightener or curling iron can easily damage and break hair. Moreover, bleached hair is more prone to breakage than normal hair.‏

So, if you want to style with a hair dryer at home, first of all, you should protect your hair with a conditioner or an anti-damage spray. Then blow-dry your hair on a cool setting. Or, try heat-free curling tips like using rollers....

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