Cosmopolitan (UK)

Dear summer, please stop making my hair resemble a bale of hay. Regards, me


You know when you leave an item of clothing out in the sun for too long and its colour starts to bleach? Well, the same thing happens to coloured hair. “Dye molecules are very easily oxidised by the sun,” explains Redken’s global colour creative director, Josh Wood. “This can result in rusty orange tones in brunettes and unwanted yellow tones in blondes.” Avoid this by using products that contain antioxidan­ts and UV filters, and treat off-kilter colour with toning haircare (semi-permanent colour mixed with conditione­r) or an in-salon gloss treatment such as Redken Shades EQ, from £50.

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