Summer is around the corner and the most popular transformation for the season is to go for brighter hair. What we often tend to forget is that going too light too fast will always compromise the integrity of your hair. Hence, for this week’s blog we listed 4 Steps that will help you get to bright and healthy hair without the damage.
1. Go to a professional hair colorist
To get that perfect hair color is an art of chemistry. A professional hair colorist that actually knows what they are doing and have experience is of the utmost necessity. Furthermore, a professional hair colorist will always conduct a detailed consultation and will take into consideration the current state of your hair. We can never stress enough the importance of a thorough consultation.
2. Plan ahead
Depending on how light you want to go with your color, it is always recommended to go lighter in stages, rather than doing a complete drastic transformation in one sitting, which will undoubtedly damage your hair. Lightning your hair progressively will keep your hair healthy and strong. Remember that good things takes time!
3. Routine moisturizing treatments are a must
Every time you color your hair it’s very important to conduct routine hair treatments to keep your hair healthy and moisturized. At Fabio Scalia salons, we offer hair treatments and masks that address all types of problems. Some of our favorites are Kerastase’s K-Water Treatment for glow or the Fusio-Dose for rich moisture and strengthening the hair fibers.
4. Use the right products
After care products for colored hair are so important to maintain your color and your hair healthy. Our stylists at Fabio Scalia will always help to guide you toward the right products you should use for the best result for your hair.
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Fabio Scalia is an upscale hair salon in SoHo and Brooklyn Heights, New York. We offer services such as haircuts, styling, balayage, coloring and extensions.