Stop colour fade now!
And keep your hair hue richer for longer
Your hair colour is amazing right after you leave the salon, then it dulls. To keep it looking richer for longer, try this!
Heads up: every time you shampoo, some of that gorgeous colour goes down the drain. “Anything that removes dirt and oil is also going to remove colour molecules,” explains hairstylist Kyle White. He suggests doing just a water rinse post-gym to give your strands a break. When you do wash, use a colour-depositing formula a few days a week. TRY  L’oréal Paris Pure Colour Dazzling Colour and Volume Shampoo (R139.95). Scared it’ll be too much? “Dilute the colour shampoo with your regular shampoo or conditioner,” says Kyle.
Highlighted hair can turn brassy because of UV exposure, overwashing or minerals in your shower water, reveals Kyle. Apply a leave-in spritz that nourishes hair to make it more manageable, like  Schwarzkopf Blondme All Blondes Spray Conditioner (R262). If you find that colour too warm, use a violet-toned shampoo “to neutralise yellow tones and keep those lighter streaks sparkly,” recommends Kyle. Developed for blondes,  Gary Rom Blonde Brilliance Shampoo (R335) restores vibrancy without stripping your hair of moisture.
Regularly nourish your hair with a mask. “A deep-conditioning treatment will seal your cuticle so it retains colour longer,” says Kyle.  Redken Color Extend Magnetics Deep Attraction Mask (R455) helps keep your colour vibrant. Or use Kyle’s DIY trick: supercharge your conditioner with a few drops of coconut oil so it’s even more hydrating. And always layer on protection before heat-styling.  ghd Heat Protect Spray (R210) is lightweight, making strands gleam. The result: colour that’s good as new.