21 Must-Know Tips To Have The Durable Dyed Hair (Part 2)

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[12] Take care of your dyed hair with hair cream

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For extra shine, take special care of your dyed hair once a week with an intensive hair conditioner at home.

Apply a moisturizer to your hair while it’s still wet and gently comb from roots to tips. Then, bun up your hair and wrap it in a soft cotton towel for about 30 minutes. After incubation, you just need to rinse with water to have a silky smooth and shiny hair.

[13] Take care of dyed hair with protection essence

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The use of hair repair essence can help reduce tangles and protect it from damage caused by heat tools, as well as other external factors.

You should find a hair restoration product specifically for color protection. The secret to caring for your dyed hair is extremely important if you regularly use a hairdryer, curling iron, or straightener or if you leave your hair exposed to the sun for too long.

[14] Use hot oil treatments

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Hot oil treatments are quite simple and you can perform this method at home to keep your hair shiny and silky.

Apply the oil evenly to your hair when it is clean and dry. Then, keep your hair incubated in a shower cap. Steam your body with heat by using a hot towel, a dryer or even sitting in the sun. After the oil has heated, let the hair cool down to room temperature and then rinse with clean water.

[15] Use heat-protecting products for dyed hair

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When using a hairdryer or straightener, make sure your hair is completely dry before it is exposed to heat to prevent inside hair damage. You should also use conditioner first to strengthen hair health and finally use hair spray to protect the hair.

Dyed hair is more vulnerable, so you should avoid using hairdryers, curlers or straighteners to a minimum. If possible, allow your hair to dry naturally.

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[16] Take care of dyed hair with a healthy diet

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Everything you eat every day affects the health and appearance of your hair. The nutrients from a healthy diet will provide energy, help hair grow better, shinier, and smoother. Some iron-rich foods help nourish your scalp and hair by building a solid keratin layer that protects the strands. Besides, proteins will help strengthen hair and improve texture and stimulate hair growth.

You should include lean meat, fish, low-fat cheese, egg whites, spinach, and soy into your diet to keep the hair color as beautiful as possible. Also, remember to include light foods like fruits, vegetables, nuts, and cereals.

[17] Supplementing vitamins for dyed hair

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You can use more functional foods to supplement vitamins for hair because vitamins are one of the essential nutrients to care for strong and shiny dyed hair.

Vitamin C keeps the blood vessel in the scalp healthy by supporting hair follicles and helping you absorb iron from plant proteins.

You also need to add biotin – an important type of vitamin B that helps improve weak hair and texture of hair. Biotin is commonly found in salmon, carrots, egg yolks, and sardines.

[18] Sun protection to care for dyed hair

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No matter the season of the year, the sun can discolor your hair. Therefore, you need to avoid exposing your hair to the sunlight for too long and use products that contain hair protection from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays.

A lot of styling products, hair conditioners, or sprays that contain SPF will help you protect your hair. Even hair sunscreen products contain vitamins that help restore hair color and prevent hair from getting damaged.

If you have to be outdoors for a long time, you should prepare a hat. In the summer when the sun is brightest, use a moisturizing spray with an SPF of 10–15 to protect your hair color.

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[19] Avoid contact with hair with chlorine

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If you often go swimming, wet your hair and use a hair conditioner before you go to the pool to prevent chlorine in the swimming pool water from damaging your hair.

The chemicals in chlorine can build up and change the hair color to a green color. You can also wear a swimming cap to prevent your hair from contacting with water.

[20] Don’t dye your hair too often

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Dyeing your hair too often can damage your hair, it’s a fact that almost everyone knows. Therefore, you should not dye more than once in about 5–6 weeks.

When the black roots of your hair begin to appear, you can use some products on the market to cover until the next hair dye. Home-based hair color changing kits, hair mascara and hair-based sprays can help you cover your roots.

[21] Trim your hair regularly if it is damaged

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If your dyed hair becomes frizzy and split, the hair may be damaged! The best way to maintain the healthy appearance of your hair is to cut and trim it regularly. You do not need to cut too short, just cut off split ends are fine.

Taking care of dyed hair requires an investment of money and time. However, if you take care of your hair properly, you will get a durable hair color without worrying about potential damage!

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