Simply Her (Singapore) - - Beauty -

If you can’t live with­out styling tools like a straight­en­ing iron, pro­tect your strands with a spray or serum. Look for one with dime­thicone, a mol­e­cule that coats your strands and shields them from heat ex­po­sure. TRY: Shu Ue­mura Art of Hair Bril­liant Glaze Thermo-milk, $58, en­hances shine and sup­ple­ness with a unique blend of re­fin­ing lipids, goji berry ex­tract and musk rose oil. No. Wash­ing re­moves the nat­u­ral layer of oil in your hair, which protects your scalp against the chem­i­cals in the dye, ac­cord­ing to Kitty Lai, sa­lon direc­tor, Botan­ics Hair Cre­ation & Hair Spa. Di­rect con­tact with th­ese chem­i­cals can re­sult in a sting­ing sen­sa­tion on the scalp dur­ing colour­ing. It’s best to wait 72 hours post-colour­ing to wash your hair as it takes that length of time for the cu­ti­cles to close com­pletely and seal in the colour.

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