How To Keep Your Blonde Salon Fresh This Summer

@ City Looks | Posted on April 11, 2017

They say blondes have more fun but blond hair itself can be high-maintenance, especially in the summer months. The color fades, it can become dry due to lack of moisture, environmental and you may leave your blonde hair with brassy and yellow tones.  Using Fabuloso by Evo will condition, revive, add shine and intensify your blonde tones.

Keep Hair Hydrated

All of the best things about summer the sun, the swimming, the time outdoors make hair fragile and dry. Added to that blondes tend to go a little lighter than usual. This combination of environmental and visit to the salon may leave your blonde hair fragile and dehydrated hair.  BBB Spray by Redken is a treatment that balances, beautifies and brightens blond hair. BBB Spray will strengthen hair and provide heat protection form curling and flat ironing the hair.

Treat Your Hair Before and After Swimming

It’s not chlorine that tints your hair green when you go for a dip in the pool. “The copper in the water is to blame,” explains Morales. “The copper is oxidized by the chlorine. As a result, the copper binds to the proteins in your hair, which produces that green tint.” Run a leave-in conditioner through your hair before you dive in (or just get it wet with bottled water or a quick shower so it’s less likely to soak up chemicals). You’re not exempt if you’re hitting the beach instead of the pool. “Minerals and salt found in water and the sea can cause a buildup on your hair, making it look dull and discolored,” says Clarke. No matter what kind of water you’re swimming in, rinse your hair with clean water as soon as you get out minimizing residue.

Protect Your Color

UV rays can change the color and dry out your blonde hair. Not only will your blonde fade, but the texture might change.  Shampooing and conditioning your blonde with the Redken Color Protect Line will safe guard your hair from UVA and UVB Rays.