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As with all things hair color related, we always recommend visiting a professional colorist—especially when it comes to lightening your hue. Bleach can cause serious hair damage and a professional colorist can help to restore the look and feel of your strands before you leave the salon. Whether you’re looking to achieve a lighter shade of blonde or a whimsical hair trend, your colorist will be able to give you a precise, even color. Depending on the hue you’re going for, you also might need to return to the salon several times to safely lighten your hair.
If you’ve opted for a lightening service at the salon, there are a few things you can do to keep your strands looking and feeling as healthy as possible. Step number one: Switch up your hair care products. Swap your regular shampoo and conditioner with a system specifically for color-treated strands like the Biolage R.A.W Color Care Shampoo and Conditioner. Formulated with coconut milk and meadowfoam, the system helps protect color-treated hair, leaving it soft and shiny with lasting color vibrancy.
Even with the help of a colorist, your strands will still inevitably look and feel a bit damaged after sitting through one (or multiple) lightening sessions. That’s why it’s essential to add a weekly hair treatment to your routine. For color-treated hair, we love the Biolage ColorLast Deep Treatment Multi-Use Pack.
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