Blondes know how hard it is to dye hair and make other haircare treatments at the same time. Blonde hair is super vulnerable to external damages, that’s why many blondes choose keratin treatment as their #1 hair care procedure. However, not all of them know how to combine hair dyeing with keratin treatment in the right way. Keep on reading this article, we’ve got all the answers!
Many blondes adore keratin hair straightening and that’s definitely for a reason. You should try keratin if:
• your hair is fluffy
• your hair is rebellious
• after numerous dyeings and perms
• for hair that has lost its natural elasticity and shine
• porous hair
• damaged hair
What do you get after the procedure?
• Hair restoration from roots to ends
• Hair that will be easy to comb even without using the mask or conditioner
• Smoothing and mirror shine
• Elimination of static electricity (especially relevant in winter, that is, now!)
• Thermal protection
Sometimes blondes are worried about the effect that the keratin may have on their hair color. No worries! If your hairstylist uses high-quality keratin composition, you have nothing to worry about. Just remember several simple rules!
1. Before keratin hair straightening, you should dye your hair if you regularly dye it and your hair roots have grown out.
2. After the procedure don’t dye your hair for at least 14 days as the aggressive hair dyes weaken the keratin effect.
3. The best option is to dye your hair at least 10 days before the procedure.