In modern life, dying hair is no longer a strange way of beautifying. Nevertheless, many women share the same worry: How to keep their hair dye from fading?
Here are some tips which can help you to keep your hair dye for a long time:
Consider when choosing a hair color
It is better for you to choose colors that are close to your natural hair color such as black, brown, sepia, sienna because your hair will be less damaged after dying. On the other hand, light hair colors like red, yellow, ivory, dune can cause long-lasting damage to your hair.
Don’t wash your hair right after dying
It takes any kind of dye 7-10 hours to be absorbed deeply into the hair. For this reason, the best time for you to wash your hair is more than 12 hours after dying. Besides, you should use natural shampoos so that hair color will not fade quickly and damaged hair is restored.
Use shampoo for dyed hair
These days, the demand for dying hair is increasing, so many brands have released many different kinds of shampoos for dyed hair. These kinds of shampoos contain the most suitable ingredients to keep your hair color for a long time.
Limit the use of hair dryer
Using the dryer at high temperatures regularly can damage the hair cuticle, lead to split ends and have negative effects to the durability of dyes. If you have time, it’s better to let your hair dry naturally or you can dry your hair with a fan.
Protect your hair from the sun
Sunlight is one of the main reasons making hair color fades quickly. Furthermore, your hair will become dry, brittle and prone to breakage if it is in direct contact with UV rays. Therefore, you should safeguard your dyed hair from the sun by wearing a hat and tie your hair neatly to avoid exposure to the sun.
Supplement food to nourish your dyed hair
Your hair is also made up of thousands of cells, so a balanced diet will help to keep your dyed hair healthy and durable. Try to eat more food which is good for hair such as bananas, carrots, fishes, eggs, milk, vegetables.