21 Must-Know Tips To Have The Durable Dyed Hair (Part 1)
- Sep 03, 2019
- in News
To take care of dyed hair for maintaining durable hair color, you must not only choose the right shampoo but also pay attention to the daily shampooing routine. If you do not want your hair to become pale and ragged, keep in mind these tips for good hair care!
With an appropriate dye care regime, you can completely keep your hair shiny and smooth like just dyeing. Here are 21 effective ways to care for your dyed hair that you need to know to maintain the color and health of your hair.
 Consider carefully before choosing the colors
Red hair tends to fade faster because they contain the largest colored molecules. The molecular size makes it difficult for the red color to penetrate deeply into the hair so it will fade faster. If you're dyeing hair in red, ask your hairstylist to choose a dye that has a high level of color and causes less damage to the hair.
 Use moisturizing dyes
Aniline can make your hair drier, thereby the hair tends to absorb and release more oil. This amount of oil can dissolve the molecules of the dye.
Before dyeing your hair, ask your hairdresser to use high-quality dyes that have moisturizing ingredients for the hair. Dyes containing natural oils will help maintain moisture in your hair and the hair will look healthier, shinier. In particular, ammonium-free dyes are a great choice for your hair!
 Do not wash your hair right after dyeing your hair
After dyeing your hair, you should wait at least 48 hours or maybe longer before washing your hair so that the color molecules have enough time to deeply imbue into the hair strands, giving you the durable dyed hair. If possible, wait 3–4 days after dyeing to wash your hair to give it a better up-color time. This patience is a very important condition to have long-lasting hair color.
 Take care of your dyed hair with dry shampoo
To keep your hair looking fresh, lift it up and spray some dry shampoo onto your roots to absorb the lubricant. This method helps keep your hair from getting flattened as well as keep the color longer.
 Avoid getting dyed hair wet when showering
On days when you don't wash your hair, use a hood to keep your dyed hair from getting wet in the shower. You can also make a loose bun or tie a high ponytail to prevent hair from getting wet. Wet hair will fade your hair color very quickly.
 Maintain long-lasting color thanks to… lazy shampooing
This is the simplest and most effective way to care for dyed hair. Shampooing habits about 2-3 times/week will help maintain the natural oils on the hair, which will protect the dye. This will help to lengthen the color longevity and ensure your hair is always healthier and sleeker.
 Use a shampoo specializing for dyed hair
When washing your dyed hair, you should be aware of using shampoos that help protect the hair color. A good shampoo will help maintain your hair color longer and increase hair strength.
 Take care of your hair dyed with cool water
You should wash your hair with warm or cool water. Hot water will make the dye fade faster because the high temperature will open the surface of the hair, causing dye molecules to float out. So don't forget to properly adjust the temperature of the water before shampooing.
 Take care of your dyed hair with a specialized conditioner
If possible, consider avoiding shampoos and only using moisturizing conditioners for dyed hair. Shampoos can make hair colors easier to fade than the conditioner.
Also, use a specialized conditioner for taking care of dyed hair. This conditioner will help your hair color look brighter and more even. Some conditioner products containing Tahitian monoi oil and Ojon seed oil can help limit fading and create a protective film on dyed hair.
Even if your hair is healthy, you should still apply conditioner to the ends. Start using conditioner from the hair near your ears and extend to the ends.
 Avoid products that contain sulfate
Sulfates can fade dyes very quickly, so look for a shampoo that doesn't contain this ingredient. Moreover, saline sulfate can remove moisture from the hair. This is one of the main causes of discolored hair.
 Do not use shampoos labeled "Clarifying"
Shampoos labeled "Clarifying Shampoo" are special shampoos that work to wash the dye because it contains strong detergents, which help deep clean and remove dirt as well as chemical products. Therefore, you should only use these shampoos when you are about to dye your hair again or just dye your hair for the first time.
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