Looking after your beautiful hair colour by NashWhite
So you have visited the salon and are extremely happy with your hair colour. You have had the industries most well-trained and award winning staff, and the worlds best hair colouring products on your hair and what is your next step? Head to your local supermarket and pick the best selling bottle of shampoo? Or the one on offer for B.O.G.O.F? Or possibly the one with Cheryl Cole in the advert because that is obviously what she uses and using it will give you hair like hers….
You can see what I am getting at here. If the above paragraph does apply to you then there is a problem. Either we are not giving you the advice on your haircare regime or you are not taking our advice. The products that we recommend WILL help your colour last longer and look better than if you were using Supermarket bought products. The ingredients are far superior in the salon bought products.
Here is your first example of one of the products we could recommend for your coloured hair.
Chroma Captive and Chroma Riche are two of Kerastases products from the Reflection range.
Kérastase Reflection is an instant ritual that is ideal for all women who have just had their hair coloured in-salon, or are looking to give their coloured hair that extra boost in-between colouring sessions.
Using breakthrough technology, a combination of two outstanding systems for hair colour radiance: The Fibrionic System and Ionium. They penetrate deep into the hair fibre, conditioning from root to tip and giving a mirror like shine.
label.m Honey & Oat Shampoo and Conditioner delivers effective conditioning without heaviness. Hair is soothed and strengthened while our exclusive Enviroshield Complex actively protects hair against heat styling and UV rays. Honey & Oat Shampoo delivers effective conditioning without heaviness. Contains Honey, Oat extracts, Sea Algae and Sea Cabbage to remoisturise. These ingredients, along with the Enviroshield Complex, help to protect and prolong the beauty of your hair colour.
These are just two of the many options we have available in the salon. Both of which i would bet are more expensive than the shop bought sets. But here is where there is a false economy occurring. The products that are from salons use a lot better ingredients and are generally a lot more concentrated. Sometimes 2-3 times more concentrated. So by using less, they last longer and can sometimes work out more cost effective in the long term.
Who do you think the best person is to give you advice on your haircare? The shop assistant in Morrisons or Boots? Or your hair stylist or technician that knows your hair and can prescribe you the best products for your needs.