Our stylists agree that going blonde is the hottest trend for summer 2016. Whether striving for traditional highlights, double process blonde, or balayage, we know the struggle to maintain the right tone and shine in the hair without quickly becoming brassy or yellow.
When choosing a shampoo for blondes, be sure to purchase something gentle and sulfate-free to gently cleanse the hair without fading the color. We recommend Oribe’s Bright Blonde Shampoo for Beautiful Color to maintain that icy — silver look at home or Okra Mild Silver Shampoo from Rene Furterer, a revitalizing shampoo for blondes that neutralizes brassy and yellow tones containing Vitamin B5. Both shampoos have violet pigment to correct and prevent any unwanted brassy tones.
Keeping your hair hydrated and healthy is our top priority. We are obsessed with the Olaplex #3 treatment. This treatment is used at home in between salon visits. Olaplex #3 is not a conditioning treatment; instead it fights breakage, repairs and strengthens damaged hair by linking bonds within your hair just by following a few easy steps.
– apply on damp hair
– let it sit on your hair for at least 20 minutes, (the longer the better)
– shampoo and condition after.
Becoming a blonde (depending on your natural hair color and the condition of your hair) can damage and dry your hair. We recommend using a hydrating masque after the Olaplex #3. Our Summer favorite is the award winning Gold Lust Transformative Masque from Oribe. This masque is highly nourishing, rebuilds the fibers, improves elasticity and restores overworked hair while adding softness, shine and UV protection to your hair. This product is also free of parabens, sulfates and sodium chloride, which makes it safe for keratin treated hair and keeps the color longer.
To maintain the right tones and shine as well as keeping blonde hair healthy these products are a must. Ask one of our stylists which products will best fit your hair type.