Understanding color theory and the science of hair are imperative to color processing. It is always my recommendation to see a professional for color (even if you intend to attempt to do the process yourself) to avoid making irreversible, costly mistakes that could ultimately be detrimental to the health of your hair. In this tutorial, I give some basic information that will help you make a more informed decision and have a better conversation during consultation with a stylist.
Recommendations for color-treated care:
- Ion Color Defense (available at Sally Beauty; use code ‘888000’ for 30% off $40 or more purchase until 6/30/2017)
- Pureology (all products specifically made for color-treated hair; available at Ulta and Beauty Brands or online)
- Aveda Blue Malva Shampoo and Conditioner (for blondes; available at Aveda stores or online)
- Matrix Biolage Colorlast Shampoo and Conditioner (available at Ulta)
- It’s A 10 Miracle Shampoo and Miracle Hair Mask (ideal for damaged color-treated hair; available at Ulta, Target, Walgreens)
- Hair color basics and questions to ask during consultation
- Demi-permanent processing (MoKnowsHair color)
- Tips for color-treated hair
Appointments with MoKnowsHair:
If you are interested in hair regimen coaching (available via Skype or in-person in NYC) or hair care services (haircuts, color, natural and thermal styling, relaxers), you can find all information for scheduling, cancellation policies and location at moknowshair.com/appointments.