My hair color fades too fast! What can I do?

By: Christen Amundsen, Color Specialist, Circle Ranch Location

salons in austin, hair salons in austin, maximum fx, hair, hair salon, aveda, hair colorSo many times I hear clients expressing frustration over the same dilemma, they walk out of the salon with great color and then after a few weeks it begins to fade, look brassy, and lose vibrancy. The culprit is usually using the wrong products at home. Here is a quick guide to Aveda at-home color care:

All colors: Use Color Conserve shampoo and conditioner

Color Conserve shampoo and conditioner protects and preserves color treated hair with uv-filters derived from ingredients like wintergreen and cinnamon bark; protecting hair from damage and fading due to sun exposure.

Blondes

To neutralize unwanted brassy tones use Blue Malva shampoo and conditioner. Blue Malva is also great for neutralizing yellow tones on grey hair. To enhance golden tones stick with the Camomile shampoo and conditioner.

Redheads

Madder Root shampoo and conditioner are your new best friends.

Brunettes

To enhance warm tones use Clove shampoo and conditioner. To impart cool tones or neutralize warm tones use Black Malva shampoo and conditioner.

Finally, for uber protection use Color Conserve’s Daily Color Protect before applying your normal styling products. It triple protects your hair color by helping seal in color, fortifying with anti-oxidents to help prevent color loss and protecting against UV fadage.

Life can get dull and boring sometimes, but hair color doesn’t have to!

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