With summer in the rear view mirror and the holiday season approaching us -- this is a major time in the hair color world. Your hair color needs to be refreshed ,spending summer days in the sun leaves strands parched, dry and dull. Rays and cold can cause serious fading to your hue.
If you're a blonde, your hair is prone to looking white, yellow or almost orange. chemicals from water and product build up can cause hair to dull and yellow more noticeably for the light-headed set. Hit the salon -- blonde is definitely almost always best done by a pro -- and ask for highlights, lowlights and/or a toner. Just make sure your style isn't too frosted or streaky.
If you're a brunette, hair may begin to look reddish or rusty when it fades ,but that kind of fading is normal . Because most brunettes -- dyed or virgin -- have red undertones, a warm chocolate tone can add pretty, wintery depth without too much commitment. Otherwise, head to the salon and ask your stylist for the same.
If you're a redhead,just make sure you pick a strawberry, coppery or auburn shade. If the permanent color thing makes you nervous, add Eufora Beautifying Elixir's new Color Revive in Radiant Red to your conditioner and use it for five minutes weekly. The boosters are ammonia and peroxide free so it will only layer new tones on top, not strip what you've got.
Regardless of your hair color, make sure it's in great condition since dry, brittle hair doesn't hold on to color as well as healthy, hydrating hair does. Besides using a conditioner every time you shampoo, use weekly deep conditioning treatments. Most importantly look for a shampoo that is sulfate and sodium chloride free,which fights color fading and dryness.