Thoughts & Opinions from the resident bald guy
I run into a lot of people online who really want to get their hair colored professionally at a salon, but are worried about the damage it will cause to their hair and scalp. Here are my thoughts and opinions.
Yes, getting your hair colored professionally at a salon will most certainly be very hard on your hair and scalp. While I can't necessarily quantify the damage that will be done, you can expect your hair to be dry and more brittle than before. However, I don't know that I can definitively say "don't do it". I think that is for each individual to determine themselves.
When it comes to dyed hair, a natural hair care routine can greatly improve your outcome and the longevity of the color. Perhaps the biggest thing that a natural hair care routine has going for you is that a majority of people get into a routine which doesn't involve daily hair washing. It is pushed out to sometimes a week or more between actual washes. In doing this, you are allowing your natural hair oil to heal your scalp as well as strengthen, nourish and heal your hair. And you're doing this without washing it out with commercial shampoos.
Simply put, if you are going to put your hair through a color treatment, you want to get as much life as possible from that color. You can achieve that through a natural hair care routine involving fewer washes, and including ManeLine Rainbow blend NoPoo with its natural dye fixer.
If you want to see what a difference ManeLine Rainbow blend NoPoo makes, use our product for a few months on your colored hair. Then try a regular shampoo. You will see your color suds away!
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Male hair styling has jumped leaps and bounds over the past 10 years, yet eyebrow grooming tends to be ignored, sometimes with disastrous results.
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