TURN DOWN THE HEAT

Singapore Women's Weekly (Singapore) - - LOOKBOOK -

Hot wa­ter is the big­gest cul­prit for fad­ing colour, so keep the wa­ter tem­per­a­ture as cool as pos­si­ble when show­er­ing to make your shade go the dis­tance. Us­ing hot styling tools for your daily blowdry or weekly straight­en­ing con­trib­utes to colour-fade too, as heat fries the colour by open­ing the cu­ti­cle (where colour is locked in), lift­ing it out from the hair in the same way hot wa­ter does. Limit your use of heat tools as much as pos­si­ble, and when you do use them, al­ways ap­ply heat pro­tec­tant be­fore­hand.

From left:Aquis Lisse Luxe Hair Tur­ban, $46, claims to cut hair dry­ing time by 50 per cent, keep­ing your tresses vi­brant, shiny and soft for a longer time.Ke­une Care Ab­so­lute Vol­ume Ther­mal Pro­tec­tor, $27 (200 ml), has a vi­ta­min-en­riched for­mula to strengthen hair fi­bres from within, while pro­tect­ing it from heat styling.

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