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Over the seasons, the Tie-Dye has emerged as a long lasting and highly popular trend. If you are one of those who have already fallen in love with this style, take a look at our advice to maintain your coloured hair in the best way possible.
Even if this technique partially colours your hair (halfway down your hair to the tips), always go for products designed for coloured hair. In fact, despite everything, the chemical action of colouring sensitises your hair fibre which must be reinvigorated at all costs. Your essential treatments? A hydrating shampoo to gently wash your hair whilst reviving your colour's pigments. Not forgetting a nourishing mask should be applied once a week to deeply regenerate them.
Our advice: adopt the Color Therapy regime. This will prolong your colour's radiant shine for days whilst preserving your hair's vitality.
A Tie-dye consists of illuminating your hair by enhancing your tips with lighter highlights. As the highlights focus all of your attention to the ends of your hair, regularly maintain them. Get rid of any dry, lifeless split ends! They must perfectly reflect the light, whilst being shiny and supple. To do this, periodically apply a drop of vegetable oil or anti-dry ends treatment. These targeted treatments will allow you to keep your hair looking beautiful for a long period of time. Finally, don't hesitate in sacrificing a centimetre of your hair every 3 months by getting the ends cut at the salon. It is THE solution to give your haircut an instant boost.
If you wish to manage your Tie-Dye or alternatively revive or accentuate it, always go to the salon. In fact, don't attempt anything at home to avoid being disappointed. Only your hairdresser will know how to give your hair a diagnosis to meet your expectations and to guarantee a result which is both professional and personalised.
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