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The 3 M's: Maintenance, moisture and some more of that good ol' Moroccan oil. Professional hair designer and color specialist ...
Liz Muller lists do's and don'ts on how to care for and maintain color-treated hair.
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On behalf with tvlesson.com, this is Liz Muller from Liz’s Hair Design in Hollywood Florida.
Let’s talk a little bit about colored hair, color-treated hair. Now, there are a lot of types of color- treated hair. We have semi-permanent color and permanent hair color. We also have hair that’s been bleached, which is when we use decolorize on the hair.
With all of those right there, I believe in actually really conditioning the hair and taking care of it. Also, keeping up the color and get it done often, so that way, the beautician can turn around and keep the hair nice close to the color and maintaining the hair.
I want to talk about a great hair product in color which is from—It’s a wonderful hair color line to use. I’ve been with them for years using that hair color. It has coconut oil in the hair and what I like about that is it leaves the hair moisturized. That way, the hair doesn’t get brittle or dry after a while. And with that, you still need to use your conditioners again. I will use the Moroccan oil mask once a week for treatments and I would also use a shampoo that doesn’t remove the color of the hair. So, don’t use anything with glycerin. Glycerin-free products are great when the hair has been colored. Also with the bleached hair or the decolorized hair, you want to give it extra treatment, extra hydrating masks. It might lack protein, so you might want to use something like the ionic treatment and that helps the hair regain its moisture and elasticity back into the hair.
Before I was discussing how the hair should be colored and how should be maintained. I like to see a color come in before for weeks. It’s really good because it keeps the color up-to-date, you can match the hair color better and it just keeps everything beautiful.