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Color Care For Blondes

Your golden tresses don’t need to live in constant fear of damage and discoloration with these simple tips. Keep it from staining or going dull.

Stay Clean

Whenever you are going somewhere your hair might come into contact with contaminants, like a smoky club, swimming pool, or beach, liberally apply leave-in conditioner to your hair prior to the time you will be there and wash it immediately after the event. The conditioner will absorb many of the contaminants that would otherwise settle in your hair, and leave it much cleaner when you eventually rinse it.

No Brass

Use a chamomile rinse to keep your blonde color from turning brassy: boil a handful of chamomile in two cups of water. Spritz your hair with the cooled chamomile liquid and allow it to dry. This will preserve your hair color and bring out golden honey notes as well as making it shiny and giving it a nice herbal scent.

Brighter and Brighter

Use a mixture of one part water to one part freshly squeezed, strained lemon juice to create a very mild lightener you can use to create subtle highlights in your hair. Spritz the top layer of your hair, comb it through, and let it set in the sun to gently lighten your hair a few shades. It is safe to repeat a few times without damaging your hair. Once you reach the shade you want, be sure to wash your hair so that no bleach remains.

No Flyaways

Blonde hair tends to be lighter in texture than darker hair is. Since you know this, you can do something about it: use a moisturizing shampoo to give your hair some weight and body so you are able to control it more easily. Clip or tie it gently, without making your hair too tight, to tame flyaways, or use a spray bottle of your chamomile rinse as a styling aid to settle down uncooperative strands of hair. If you heat-treat your hair, use your styling tool at a lower temperature so you don’t burn the hair by accident; with fine-textured blonde hair it’s easier than it looks. The few extra seconds that you take to check will repay themselves many times over in saved haircuts and corrective hair procedures.

Brushing

For fine-textured hair, a slightly long-bristled boar brush would be the right choice for a brushing tool. It will let you handle the hair easily.

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