All ladies know that blonde hair dyeing, especially one that requires bleaching, is harmful to hair, thus, women believe that right after the hair dyeing they need any haircare procedure such as hair lamination. However, is it so and is it possible to combine these procedures? Check out this article and find out the truth!
If you’re going to dye your hair, it should be done before hair lamination. It’s not recommended to dye your hair after the lamination: the hair dye destroys the lamination coating. Lamination helps the hair sheath to retain color much better. The dye molecules are locked inside the laminated hair, so the color isn’t washed out. It means that the hair color will remain bright and vibrant longer!
In order to prolong the intensity of hair color even more, use Braé Bond Angel Plex Effect Step 3 which is a Bond Fortifier Home Care Treatment. The formula contains the same professional hair protection and treatment ingredients as the main Bond Angel product line. It's easy to treat, nourish, strengthen, and protect hair for the longest possible period.