We usually apply classic perfumes or eau de toilette on the sides of the neck, on the wrists, and décolleté area. A super popular method of applying perfume is to spray the mist in front of you to create a cloud, the droplets of which settle on the hair. This is the most popular option of applying perfume but is it correct?
Experts recommend applying the perfume on the wrist and neck, but not on the hair. After all, perfume is harmful to hair as it dries it due to the alcohol content! If you literally shower your hair with your favorite perfume, it can even become a cause of hair breakage!
We recommend using hair perfumes. There is no alcohol in the composition of the light hair mist! The special formula of perfumed hair sprays contains 1-2% aromas, vitamins, sun filters, moisturizing ingredients, and even shimmery particles. Some hair perfumes even perfectly complement the beneficial effect of conditioners and hair balms. It's nice that they don’t weigh your locks down and don’t leave an oily film on the hair.
In order for your hair not to just smell its best but to look its best, we recommend using Braé Soul Color Booster Ampoule Conditioning Hair Treatment. It’s a highly concentrated ampoule created especially for dyed hair. Soul Color provides moisturizing, softening, and antioxidant effects for hair color maintenance. No more dead hair ends!