That Color Is So You

The se­cret to your bril­liant hue is hid­ing in a bot­tle

Southern Living (USA) - - Beauty & Style - BY PA­TRI­CIA WEIGEL SHAN­NON PHO­TO­GRAPH BY HEC­TOR MANUEL SANCHEZ

1

RED SHAM­POO

MADE FOR: Treated reds and cop­pers

WHY IT WORKS: The tough­est shades to main­tain might be color-treated reds. The oils in this sham­poo seal in color, which slows down fade time for a more ra­di­ant red. Use it in place of your reg­u­lar sham­poo, but be­ware that the more you wash, the sooner you’ll be back in foils at the sa­lon.

BUY: Re­viv­ing Red Shamp’Oil, $30; pure­ol­ogy.com

2

DEEP VI­O­LET SHAM­POO

MADE FOR: Black and dark brown hair

WHY IT WORKS: Ap­ply­ing this dark vi­o­let—nearly black— sham­poo just once or twice a week will en­hance rich, deep strands and elim­i­nate the po­ten­tial for any red or brassy tones.

BUY: Black Malva Sham­poo, $48; aveda.com

3

BLUE SHAM­POO

MADE FOR: Cool brunettes

WHY IT WORKS: Even the most nat­u­ral brunettes can ben­e­fit from a blue sham­poo. Its for­mula neu­tral­izes warm tones like red, or­ange, and vary­ing shades of brass that can fre­quently ap­pear in dark blond to light brown strands. Use as fre­quently as needed. BUY: DpHue Cool Brunette Sham­poo, $24; dermstore.com

4

PUR­PLE SHAM­POO

MADE FOR: Blond, gray, and white hair

WHY IT WORKS:

Blon­des will es­pe­cially love this pur­ple pick, be­cause it coun­ter­acts yel­low tones and re­stores cool hues. It also works won­ders on gray and white strands by un­cov­er­ing en­vi­able shades of sil­ver. This prod­uct can be used daily as well.

L’Oréal Pro­fes­sion­nel Série Ex­pert Sil­ver Sham­poo, $30;

5

GREEN SHAM­POO

MADE FOR: Nat­u­ral and color-treated hair of any hue

WHY IT WORKS:

While this is the only non-ton­ing sham­poo in the bunch, a good cleanser is es­sen­tial for pro­tect­ing strands of any color. On the days when you’re not ton­ing, use this gen­tle, paraben-free op­tion to add shine with­out strip­ping hair.

BUY: Bum­ble and Bum­ble Sea­weed Sham­poo, $24; sephora.com

BUY:ulta.com

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