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What are the tips for taking care of her red hair?

Red hair offers an incredible range of shades, from cool, sunny copper, to deep, woody mahogany, to fiery red. However, red tends to fade quickly, giving way to a dull color. No worries, a few tips and recommendations can help you preserve your beautiful color for longer.

A color to take care of

It is important to note that there is no specific treatment dedicated exclusively to red hair. The products to be used must be adapted to the nature of your hair. If your hair tends to be dry (which is often the case for most redheads), it is recommended that you opt for a range of shampoos and treatments designed for damaged hair. You can also use products intended for thick hair, as they offer similar effects in terms of nutrition and shine.

For those who have chosen a red color, all you need to do is use a range of products specially designed for colored hair. These products will help to restructure the hair after the aggressions linked to coloring.

For shiny hair full of vitality, the use of a hair oil specially formulated for colored hair is recommended. It moisturizes the hair while enhancing the natural reflections. Apply it between shampoos to deeply nourish the hair fiber.

Redhead, enemy of the sun

It's important to be careful, because redheads and the sun don't mix! Whether your hair is naturally red or colored, protecting it from the damaging effects of UV rays all year round is crucial. Prolonged exposure to the sun can dull and dry out your hair. In order to avoid any inconvenience, it is recommended to apply special protection for the hair, such as an anti-UV mist, in addition to wearing a hat.

It is also important to note that the limescale found in swimming pools can also be detrimental to red hair, potentially affecting scalp and color. In this case, wearing a swimming cap becomes your best ally to protect your hair.

How often should you maintain your red hair color?

If you have chosen a red color, it will be necessary to maintain it regularly with your colorist, approximately every two months, or to touch up your color at home. To go from a dark brown to a bright red, it is important to note that discoloration is inevitable. However, if you're already blonde, you won't need to bleach. Your fair complexion will allow you to experiment with a bold red to wake up your natural color.

Our little secret? Use a root touch-up spray for those who tend to be late for hair appointments or for those who just don't always have time to go.

You can now follow these few tips to get sublime red hair. This bright and flamboyant color ensures you will never go unnoticed!


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