.The season is changing- and if you have high lift color, your hair regimen should change a bit too!
Pro tip💎 If you love a certain tone (gold, red, brown) – stay within that “same” tonal family, just warm the intensity down a bit. Try to avoid switching to a totally different tonal family (like blonde to red), just to go back blonde in the summer months. The damage that could cause is sometimes irreversible🤦🏾♀️…
A safer approach is – If your hair is a level 9 or above, have your stylist take you down to a level 7 or 8 (again, within the “same” tonal family) – still with a couple pops of highlights for dimension sake. The depth gives the illusion of more shine, in the season that lacks sunshine. As well as acting as a filler to strands that’s been chemically compromised with lighters and high lift colors!
Your color maintenance should be more intentional during the cooler months because of lack of moisture in the air, as well as the wearing of acrylic hats and scarfs. Schedule your appointment for a Ola Plex (bonding) condition treatment. Ola Plex gives chemically treated hair the extra fortification and barriers is need to keep tresses strong and healthy during the cooler months. In some cases, it aids in making hair stronger and shiner than before the actual chemical (color) was applied…
If you’re gonna take the high lift color plunge, do yourself a favor and invest in maintaining it properly!😉