Blonde Hair: Capture the Sunshine ...
Finally blonde! If you have just changed to a blonde hair colour you probably want this exhilarating feeling to stay with you forever. Providing you master some care rituals and treat yourself to the proper products, nothing should keep you from enjoying your life as a blonde for a long time
- Blonde hair can be demanding and needs to be treated with loving care
- © Andreas Kuehn
Blonde hair, whether it is a gift of nature or the result of colour treatments, needs more care than darker shades of hair. Naturally blonde women must frequently also deal with much finer hair than brunettes. In case you have coloured your hair blonde, it can easily happen that the chemical treatments leave your hair limb and dull.
Blonde Goes Well with Silver and Gold
You can maintain the beauty of your hair colour by using products, which will not weigh down your hair yet still bring luscious shine to it. Light-textured products with plenty of moisturising nutrients and transparent ingredients keep greyish dullness from stealing the light out of your blonde hair. Special conditioning care products for blonde hair also contain active ingredients, which absorb the calcium and magnesium in tap water. This will leave your hair naturally shiny. You may want to go one step farther: Adding gold and silver pigments to your hair intensifies the colour and produces appealing light reflections.
Blonde - Bringing out the Best in Your Favourite Hair Colour
Don’t go out without it in the summer months, not without UV protection that is! Light hair contains less melanin than darker hair shades. The rays of the sun will therefore much easier penetrate your hair. As a matter of fact, hair needs the more protection the lighter it is
Does your platinum blonde hair show a yellow tinge? Shampoos for grey or white hair can remedy this by neutralising the unwanted yellow tones with magenta pigments. Natural allies in the fight against the yellow tinge are chamomile and lavender. Both are well-loved stars among the hair care ingredients
Have you discovered a green tinge in your blonde hair? Copper in your tap water may be the culprit. Acidic rinses are the remedy of choice. The rinse may consist of 2 tablespoons of lemon juice in a glass of water or alternatively, of an aspirin dissolved in water
Bleached hair absolutely needs a weekly cure. Different from conditioners, these hair cures provide active ingredients, which deeply penetrate the hair. Every bleaching results in damages to the dandruff layer. The regular application of hair cures will alleviate those damages