Get ready to be in a in a beachy mood with the latest hair color taking over social media: sand hair.
Stassi Schroeder’s addictive book, “Next Level Basic" has us wondering: Is basic hair a bad thing? We investigate.
Looking to give your strands a low-maintenance glow just in time for spring? The good news: Because of the placement and density of strandlights, the technique allows you to wait about two to three months between touch-up appointments. Between appointments, however, you’ll want to invest in color-protecting products to maintain that gorgeous new hue.
First thing’s first: You’ll need to swap your regular shampoo and conditioner for a system formulated for color-treated hair. We love the Biolage ColorLast Shampoo and Conditioner. The shampoo nourishes and protects to help maintain the depth, tone, and shine of color-treated hair. The conditioner moisturizes to prolong color’s vibrant bloom while leaving hair soft and detangled.
Even with your colorist using minimal amounts of bleach, your strands might still need a bit of TLC. We recommend incorporating a weekly hair treatment like the Redken All Soft Heavy Cream Super Treatment into your hair care routine. This anti-frizz, moisturizing hair mask for dry and brittle hair helps your mane regain strength and softness, delivers intense moisture, and helps control frizz.
The best part about strandlighting is that the technique looks stunning when applied to any hair color. If you’re a blonde, ask your colorist for strandlights to give your natural hue a sunkissed glow. On darker hair colors, your colorist can apply strandlights a shade or two lighter than your all over color for subtle dimension.
Ready to try strandlights for yourself? We’d love to see your final look! Use the hashtag #HairDotCom to share your photos with us.
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