Whether left natural or coloured, hair bleached by UV rays tends to get damaged and lightened and its colour tends to fade. But don’t worry, there are solutions to redress the situation.
A comprehensive regime to restructure the hair
The summer has left you with sun-kissed highlights, but has it also dried your hair out? Opt for big-hitter treatments to strengthen your locks. Use a shampoo high in hydrating active ingredients and then apply a keratin mask which will help deeply regenerate the fibre to restore your hair’s vitality. Finish off the regime with a leave-in treatment and a weekly oil bath. This will smooth down the hair’s cuticles and trap reparative active ingredients at the heart of the hair fibre.
A smart treatment to rectify colour fade
Has your natural colour faded in the sun? Then use a Jean Louis David colour enhancer treatment suited to your base colour. Its formulation, with colour-reviving pigments, is ideal for giving your locks a boost. However, if your coloured hair has developed unsightly brassy highlights due to UV rays, opt for purple shampoo instead, whose corrective pigments will rid your hair of those unwanted hues.
A trip to the salon to rectify the damage
Are you having an extended run of bad hair days? Perhaps your locks have become extremely damaged and your colour completely changed? In this case, leave it to your hairdresser to find the most appropriate solution for you. A professional conditioning treatment, a tone-on-tone colouring treatment, a Gloss treatment or simple highlights can work wonders on your locks!