Will hair colour damage my hair?

When you are lifting your own hair colour and changing it into a different shade, there is always a concern about damaging the hair. 

In order to ensure that your hair stays safe from damage, and keeps its natural strength, make sure to follow 3 steps:

1- Seek professional help

Unless you are a hairdresser, it will be difficult to truly understand what the hair colour is doing to your hair, and the result might be anything but your desired thought. Not only can your colourist choose from the top L’Oréal Professionnel hair colouration systems, he is also trained in safety and health to enable a gentle hair colouring process.

2- Take great post-colouration care

Your hair colour experience doesn’t end at the salon. Make sure you get the best advice regarding the haircare products for coloured hair you should be using at home, and follow the steps and guidelines meticulously. If you can manage to implement colour fade prevention into your beauty routine, your hair will stay luminous and healthy looking day after day.

3- Cut down on the heating tools

Even though your hair has been in the best hands at your hairdresser’s, there is no doubt it’s been through a massive change. So let your hair catch its breath and keep your heated styling tools locked away for a while. If you still feel the need to use your blow dryer or curling iron, make sure you use the right heat protection beforehand, and follow up with recommended leave-in treatments such as oils or creams.

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