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Our Top Four Picks for the Best Hairstyles to Wear with Extensions

Now that autumn has arrived, you’ll want to change your hairstyle in one way or another to complement your fall wardrobe. The biggest question, however, is “What can you do?” Luckily, if you’re a regular user of shiny hair extensions, there’s no shortage of great ways you can style your hair this fall! Read on to learn all the ways you can incorporate your best hair extensions into your hairstyles to top off that perfect and cozy ensemble.

Top Knots

There’s no hairstyle more classic than the top knot. We can’t imagine a better style for those lazy days in or relaxed errand runs. However, to truly make this look work, you’ll need a thick head of hair, something those shiny hair extensions you have tucked away can help you obtain! Simply attach them and bundle your hair up. If you struggle with creating the perfect top knot, you can also choose to use a hair donut to help with the shape. Within mere minutes, your hair will be perfectly bunned and you’ll be ready to go!

Ponytails with Center Parts

Improve any hairstyle with shiny hair extensions.

Shiny hair extensions can improve any hairstyle.

This classic look can work well for any situation. Simply tape or clip in your extensions, then start smoothing your hair back. Gather it all at the nape of your neck and, with band in hand, create your ponytail. Once you’ve finished this step, voila! You’re done and can go about your day. If you have trouble getting your strands to completely smooth down, we recommend using a stiff brush at your edges. This will help tame any flyaways, making your ponytail look neater. You can also decorate this hairstyle with a cute ponytail holder, if you’re so inclined!


There are definitely going to be some days where you don’t want to do a single thing with your hair. At the same time, you can’t simply leave it as-is; you have to make it look presentable! These situations are when headbands and hats become your ultimate lifesaver. Once your extensions are in, all you have left to do is slip on a headband or put on your favorite comfy hat.

There’s no messing with stubborn strands or making sure your hair is perfectly parted. Your accessory camouflages all those less-than-perfect parts of your hair! Just be sure to invest in the best shampoo and conditioner for extensions to keep your hair sleek and shiny, even on hat days.

Braided to the Side

This last look is not only perfect for nearly any setting, but totally adorable! To create it, simply place your extensions and move all your hair to one side of your head. Afterwards, you can begin the braiding process. Secure it with a hair tie, then make your way out and about.

These hairstyles aren’t the only ways you can look cute with hair extensions in autumn, but we hope they’ll give you the proper basis to come up with some great ideas of your own. We at RemySoft are committed to providing you with only the best resources for how to care for hair extensions. To learn more, contact us!

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Is Your Hair Thinning? We Guarantee These Myths Aren’t the Reason Why!

For many, autumn signifies one thing alone: the seemingly inevitable loss of hair, dwindling from your scalp with the simplest nightly brushing. It’s lamentable at best. For others, it causes a great deal of stress. If the weather isn’t directly related, you may be at your wit’s end wondering what could be causing your scalp to thin so much. Sometimes even the best sulfate free shampoo can’t help! While there are all sorts of answers to this question, not all of them should be believed. Here is our list of some of the worst hair loss myths, as well as the truth about them.

Your Daily Trek to Work Could Be Affecting Your Hairline

This myth comes from the belief stress has major negative effects on your scalp and hair health. However, while commuting and the inevitable traffic jams are certainly stressful, they aren’t quite enough to cause you to lose hair. You have to be going through much worse trauma for your hair to reach that point. Actual causes of stress-related hair loss can include sudden and intense dieting, childbirth and severe illness.

Too Much Hair Dye Causes Hair Loss

The best sulfate free shampoo may not be able to help.

Sometimes even the best sulfate free shampoo can’t help.

The reasoning for this myth may lie in all the chemicals you have to use to render your hair the perfect shade, whatever that may be for you. However, with the help of some of the best sulfate free shampoo, your strands will be pretty safe! It isn’t simply dyeing your hair that can cause it to fall out. Rather, it’s the quality of your hair care that ultimately affects your hair health. Experts prove it isn’t the type of products you use on your hair, but their frequency of use. Whether you’re fond of braiding, straightening or a favorite brand of dye, you likely know and understand the toll this can take on your hair. If you take the proper steps to keep your hair strong to make up for chemical and heat exposure, you won’t have to worry.

The State of Your Maternal Grandfather’s Hairline Determines the Fate of Your Own

In other words, many believe hair loss is entirely genetic. Science once again debunks this myth by proving baldness depends on a little more than a specific line of genetics. Rather, it’s a whole host of genetic jumbling and other factors that can lead to your hair falling out. If you have several family members who’ve lost hair during their lives, there’s a good chance it’ll happen down the line for you. However, if it was only your grandpa, there’s no need to fret. Keep using your trusty bottle of leave in conditioner and you’ll be fine!

These are only a few of the myths surrounding hair loss. Many more float around on the Internet and other means so you’ll have to learn how to distinguish truth from fiction. If hair loss currently plagues you, we suggest you consider looking into full cap partial cap hair replacement to give your hairline a helping hand. For any other questions about hair loss and general hair care, contact us!

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How Can You Safeguard Your Hair Against Cold Weather?

Now that autumn has arrived, you’re likely bracing yourself for the incoming cold in all sorts of ways. Now is the season of warm lattes, toasty sweaters and tall boots, spiced apple cider and enjoying the crisp air and gentle, swaying dance of falling leaves before the first snow touches down. However, while you may be enjoying the change of weather, your hair certainly isn’t!

As the holidays start closing in and winter begins to replace autumn, you may find yourself dealing with especially dry hair. While you may chalk this up to simply being one of the less enjoyable parts of winter, you can also do something to lend your hair a helping hand. Here are some tips!

Make Your Humidifier Your Best Friend

Simply staying in the warm indoors isn’t enough to keep your hair properly moisturized! It’s often just as dry as the air outside but with an unwanted bonus of static electricity that can cling to your hair. A common humidifier can help assuage this problem by providing a bit of extra moisture for your hair to absorb. No longer will you have to worry about frizz since the harmful excess humidity you’ve felt in autumn will be long gone!

Try to Limit Your Shampooing

Hydrating shampoo can be a great option.

Use hydrating shampoo sparingly this winter.

When it comes to dry hair, you may consider hydrating shampoo to be your ultimate savior. However, using it too often can bring its own poor results. It’s worth mentioning, first off, chilly air and soaked hair do not mix. The cold weather will immediately dry your hair out. Try to cut back on washing your hair by doing so every other day or up to three times per week.

Bundle Up

All the warnings Mom gave you about bundling up before leaving the house really do hold true! Wearing a hat is a great way to shield your hair from the frosty air outside. This will help to retain moisture. Of course, you also want to avoid your hat ruining your perfectly styled hairdo! To keep your hair as sleek as it was when you first left the house, pair your hat with a scarf made from moisture-protecting materials, such as silk.

Invest in Extra Protection

There’s no such thing as being too careful! If you’ve followed every step and find your hair is still a little on the dry side, it may be worth your while to invest in some protective hair serum to really lock in your hair’s moisture. Even a little bit worked into your follicles can help stave off cold air and its unwanted effects.

While autumn and winter have plenty of wonderful benefits, you don’t want to enjoy them at your hair’s expense! RemySoft is here to help you protect your hair no matter the time of year, which is why we offer the best products to ensure your hair remains constantly healthy and sleek. Contact us to learn how else you can help your hair thrive in cold weather or to pick up some of our top-notch hair care products!

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How Could the Oncoming Cold Weather Harm Your Hair?

Most people find no other time of year as enjoyable as autumn. The hot air has vanished into the ether and with it brought all the perks of cozy clothing, toasty drinks and gorgeous scenery for your viewing pleasure. However, as the cold settles in and autumn slowly gives way to winter, you may find the weather wearing out its welcome, at least where your hair is concerned!

The incoming cold air can have a whole host of negative effects on your hair. The good news is it’s nothing a quality hair care routine can’t fix. In this article, you’ll find a guide to some of the worst hair-related problems caused by cold air.

Split Ends

Split ends are such a common problem you may shrug this off. If you don’t have split ends, you don’t want to risk the cold air creating them. If you already have split ends, you equally do not want the cold air to make them even worse. You have two options as far as fixing this problem, depending on whether your ends are already split. If your ends are split-free, you can always pluck your jar of mayonnaise from your fridge.

While the jury’s out on taste, mayonnaise is excellent for your hair’s health when applied directly. We know this sounds gross, but bear with us; it’s quite effective! Spoon some of it out and comb it through your hair. Make sure it’s damp before you apply it for best results. Once it’s spread evenly, you can leave it in for around 20 minutes, then wash it out with the help of some great sulfate free shampoo.

Static Shock

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Hair products for remy hair can keep your hair looking great.

Static is yet another common problem that’s exclusive to the cold weather months. It’s caused by the dry warm hair of your heating system. Soothing it is as simple as swiping a few dryer sheets and massaging them along your hair. We recommend doing this once you’ve brushed to ensure you don’t miss a single strand. It’s a better solution than other, more product-heavy solutions because it won’t bog your hair down and leave it potentially feeling gross.


This last effect will be your biggest enemy yet, as well as your biggest battle! Cold air does the exact opposite of the humid air you encountered throughout summer and early autumn. Your hair’s moisture is literally being sucked away, rendering it brittle and limp. One way to fight this works similarly to the mayonnaise trick mentioned above, but with pure honey instead of mayo. Simply combine it with some almond oil, work it in, wait for a good 20 minute span and hit the shower for some shampooing! Alternatively, you can also rely on our excellent stock of hair products for remy hair to restore your hair’s bounce.

While these aren’t the only problems you may face with your hair as winter settles in, we hope what we’ve mentioned will give you a good idea of what to expect! Should you have more questions on how to maintain quality hair care for the rest of the year or run into any other problems, contact us. We’d be happy to help you restore your hair to perfect health.

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Consider Rocking These Adorable Hair Accessories This Fall!

Unfortunately, some parts of hair styling are too often overlooked. Hairstylists, both professional and amateur, tend to pay far more attention to shaping the hair itself rather than unique ways to decorate it and help it stand out. When was the last time you rocked a dazzling hairclip or knotted a scarf in your hair? Oftentimes our hair accessories become an afterthought when they’re just as deserving of consideration as the rest of our outfit! Here are some hair accessories and hair products for remy hair you can wear this fall that are sure to enhance your ‘do!


Hear us out: ribbons aren’t just for little girls! Adult women can actually incorporate ribbons into their hair in ways that are far more mature and elegant than the typical giant bow slapped onto the side of the head, though you can certainly wear that look if it appeals to you! If braiding is your preferred hairstyle, ribbons are the perfect complement.

You can create two thin braids on the side of your head and weave a ribbon between them, corset style; or you can go a bit simpler and weave a thick ribbon into your braid, tucking the full braid either around the crown of your head or leaving it down. If you want to look dainty, an even more classic look is simply tying the ribbon around the end of your braid.

Fancy Pins

Hair extensions look fabulous with hair accessories.

Use hair accessories with your hair extensions.

There’s way more to hair pins than the bobby pins you use to fasten those pesky flyaways! You can easily obtain a far fancier variety, affixed with baubles, sparkly bits and other ornaments sure to catch eyes and turn heads (in a good way)! Fashion designers, such as Dolce and Gabbana, are capitalizing on this particular brand of hair accessory, and many in the industry tout the flexibility pins offer.

You can truly combine them with any outfit, wear them to any occasion and fit them into just about any hairstyle imaginable. The sky’s the limit! Simply take a glimpse around your nearest hair supply store the next time you’re shopping for hair products for remy hair and you’ll find a host of gorgeous and appealing hair pins to choose from, at quite affordable prices, no less! Try tucking ornate pins into the side of your loose hair or incorporate them into a bunned style. You’re sure to look great!

Cuff Bands

You can wear cuffs not just on your ears and wrists, but in your hair as well! Plenty of designers are starting to release cuff-style bands for ponytails, creating a unique and chic look previously only seen in television costuming. There are all sorts of styles to choose from, but the most popular form of these ponytail cuffs are metallic. They’re perfect for adding a bit of character to your ponytail when you want a bit more than a simple band holding it up—and they slide right over! This type of hair accessory also plays well with hair extensions.

All of these hair accessories truly shine alongside high quality hair care so be sure to invest in some hydrating shampoo to bring out as much luster as possible! Contact us to learn more about other hairstyling trends, as well as ways to help your hair look its best.

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Here Are Five Style Suggestions for Guys with Long, Healthy Manes!

Guys: we know how much high quality hair care you’ve put into your hair. We also know how much it’s paid off because you now have an impressive and vibrant head of hair to show for it! So why not show off your hair by styling it every once in awhile? You’ll not only feel good, but you’ll look even more attractive than usual. Keep reading for some of the best styles for men we’ve found so far.

Casual Bun

This style is perfect for those days when you’re tired of wearing a ponytail but don’t want to put too much effort into creating a manbun. All it takes is putting your hair up into a ponytail, then try looping it into something of a bun shape. After that, you’re done! What could be an easier look to pull off? What’s more is you may wind up feeling a little more distinguished than usual. This style works well for any occasion so feel free to add it to your arsenal!

Layered Waves

If your hair is of the naturally straight variety, you may be wondering how to give it a bit more body. The answer to this is layering. The next time you go for a cut, ask your stylist to switch up how they cut your hair and be sure to clarify what you mean! Ideally, you’ll want a cut that lengthens from front to back, with the front section of your hair being the shortest. Once the layers are added in, you can take over styling duties on your own! In addition to some leave in conditioner to maintain your hair’s condition, you’ll also need products oriented toward styling, such as sprays.

Twisted Bun

Use a great sulfate free shampoo to make your hair manageable.

A great sulfate free shampoo is a necessity.

You can never have too many variations on the man bun! For this style, simply bundle your hair into a ponytail sitting low on your head. After that, separate it into two portions, then coil them together to create a messy, quick bun. We guarantee you’ll love the ease of it, as well as how great this style looks on you!


This style goes out to our natural guys out there who appreciate quality hair care! Dreadlocks are both an easy and versatile hairstyle for those with afro-textured hair to develop and wear. They’re also incredibly easy to maintain, as an added bonus. Simply use some great sulfate free shampoo, let it dry and you’re ready to go about your day. You can style dreads just about any way you would straight hair, though it will look quite different. It’s also perfectly okay to leave them loose and let the wind breeze through them.


Braids are one style that can truly work for everyone, regardless of gender or hair texture! If you want to show off your length but also want it out of your face, a braid is the way to go. Best of all, you can make them as simple or intricate as you like and even wear more than one in your hair at once.

While these aren’t all the great hairstyles long-haired men can try, we hope they’ll provide you with some inspiration! Contact us any time to learn how else you can show off your healthy, gorgeous hair.

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Ease the Morning Rush with These Fast, Adorable Hairstyles!

These days, thanks to the rise of technology and other conveniences, it seems as if life moves faster than we can keep up with. Take your usual work day, for instance. From the time you get out of bed, you’re likely scurrying around, trying to arrange your hair, makeup and clothing as quickly and neatly as possible and maybe setting aside time for breakfast. What if we told you we could help make your mornings a little easier? In this blog, you’ll find tips on easy hairstyles that will help you get out the door sooner while still looking cute and work-ready!

The Half Bouffant

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Quality hair care makes styling much easier.

This look is great for those with long hair! To create it yourself, all you have to do is comb your hair out that morning and part it down the middle. Afterward, you can start from the sides and front of your hair and pull it into a thick, piled shape in the back. Simply add in a few pins and you’re done and ready to go! If your hair isn’t quite long enough for this style, you can use shiny hair extensions to give yourself enough length.

The Ballet Bun

Once you try this classic and graceful style, you’ll realize it fits far more environments than the stage! Start off by gathering your hair into a ponytail. Use a brush to do this to make it as smooth as possible and really flatten your edges. You want this hairstyle to look sleek. Once your ponytail is secured, gather it up and part it into two sections, as if you’re trying to tie a knot. With a bit of tugging and adjusting, you’ll soon have a gorgeous, thick bun to wear to work, school or anywhere else! Be sure to use pins to secure your bun, and if you can’t quite get it as smooth as you’d like, consider investing in hair products for remy hair to help.

The Loose Side Twist

With a little know-how, you can even spice up your regular loose hair! All it takes is one small section of hair, which you can pluck from the side of your head. Once you’ve found the perfect section, give it a twist, preferably toward the back of your head. This loose twist won’t stay put by itself so you’ll have to slip in a pin or barrette to hold it in place. The good news is this is a great opportunity to get creative! Create a cute pattern with your pins or use an ornate hair clip. This is the perfect chance to show off those gorgeous accessories you don’t wear often enough!

We hope these suggestions will serve as the perfect inspiration for styling your hair in the mornings. We at RemySoft aspire to be the number one source for quality hair care, no matter the circumstances. Contact us to learn how else we can help you!

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Go Wild! A Quick, No-Fuss Guide to Unnatural Hair Colors

Hair dye has always been popular, but it seems recent years have brought particular focus on unnatural colors—pinks, blues, purples, greens and everything in between. No longer are these hair colors solely restricted to the alt crowd! However, no matter how vibrant the color you choose, you’ll have to invest special attention in its maintenance. Unnatural hair colors can require even more maintenance than more natural dyes. To help you make the most of your vibrant locks, we’ve put together a list of tips and tricks to follow.

Brands Aren’t One Size Fits All

Just because one brand works amazingly for one person doesn’t mean it’ll unleash the same magic on your hair. Everyone’s scalp is different. You may have to shop around for several brands until you find one that gives you just the right amount of pigmentation. It all depends on what you’re looking for!

No matter how vibrant you want your hair to look, you’ll want to let the dye set for as long as possible, around 60 minutes. This will give the pigment time to really absorb and create a stronger color. The deeper the color, the longer the dye will last!

Beware of Blue Hair

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Hair products for remy hair will keep your color lasting longer.

Don’t think we’re trying to discourage you from going blue entirely! It’s a lovely color. If you do decide to go blue, however, be prepared to undergo a lot of maintenance to keep your hair fresh-looking. If you can, consider buying multiple boxes of the same dye so you can recolor your hair more easily. Be sure to also use plenty of sulfate free shampoo and conditioner to help preserve your color!

Seek Professional Assistance

The vast majority of people won’t be able to dive into their dyeing tools straight away. Instead, they’ll have to bleach their hair first, then apply the color. It’s best, however, to let a professional handle the task of bleaching. The bleaching process is the most damaging part of dyeing your hair. You don’t want to risk frying your hair beyond repair, especially if this is your first time using dye. A professional will know just how to render your hair as white as possible with minimal damage. You can also ask your stylist questions on how to best approach the dyeing process. They can then provide you with useful hair products for remy hair to keep your hair healthy.

Consider Your Natural Hair Color

The darker your hair color is, the harder it will be to render it just the right color. At the same time, hair of other tones, such as golden, tend to blend with your dye and make unexpected colors. Try to picture it like you’re mixing paint. Unless you’re going for a totally different color than depicted on the box, you’ll want to invest in some toning to even out the pigmentation.

We hope these tips will help you as you navigate your hair dyeing journey. Don’t forget your protective hair serum to really help your new color thrive! For more tips on how to approach and maintain dyed hair, contact us.

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These Are Four Hair Myths You Should Never Believe!

We’ve all seen information being published left and right regarding what to do and what not to do with our precious heads of hair. From the time you first started caring for your hair yourself, you’ve likely been exposed to all sorts of advice from the media, friends, family and even salon staff. What’s worth believing, and what isn’t? Is it possible you could be believing and following hair advice that holds no real water? Keep reading to learn which common statements about quality hair care are, in fact, myths and shouldn’t be taken seriously.

1. Hair Growth Is Affected By Cutting Your Hair at Certain Times of Day

This first myth originates from Brazil, and states that getting a trim or a cut when the moon is full will influence your hair to grow thicker and longer than cutting your hair at any other time of day. In actuality, the entire premise of having your hair cut bolstering the growth of your hair is false! The best purpose for getting your hair cut is to help or stave off breakage issues. What truly helps your hair grow fast and rejuvenated is maintaining a quality hair care routine and lots of patience!

2. Brush Your Hair at Least 100 Times Per Day

Everyone’s heard this old wives’ tale, and maybe even seen it playing out on film and television. Supposedly, this practice is supposed to help keep your hair sleek and healthy. However, it really does everything but! Brushing your hair—especially too often—can yank your hair strand by strand, actually rendering it frail. As such, your brush is best wielded in the midst of the styling process, not as part of your bedtime routine.

3. Afro-Textured Hair Is the Strongest of All Hair Types

RemySoft hair products for remy hairUnfortunately, there’s no evidence to back this statement up. The contrary turns out to be true! Afro-textured hair—whether kept natural or straightened—is prone to dryness, breakage and a myriad of other issues that straighter hair types are less likely to experience. Protective styles can influence its health, but relying on them too much can also prove harmful, especially where braids are concerned. Many black women have suffered thinning edges and balding due to excessively tight and frequent braiding. No matter what hair type you have, hair products for Remy hair can keep your follicles healthy and strong!

4. You Have to Shampoo More Than Once

RemySoft best sulfate free shampooClose, but no cigar! You really only need to go through the shampooing process one time to get your hair clean and fresh. Anything more and you risk damage, such as dryness and dulling. That’s the opposite of why you invest in high quality hair care! If you’re concerned about whether your current shampoo can really get the job done in one go, however, you can always invest in the best sulfate free shampoo on the market to assuage your concerns.

We hope we’ve thoroughly debunked these hair myths for you so you know more about what’s what. For more information on quality hair care and what not to buy into, get in touch with us anytime!

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All About Highlights: A Beginner’s Guide

Hair color treatments have always been a popular style choice, but it seems they’ve never been as hot as they are this decade. Now anyone who wants to color their hair has all sorts of options to choose from—naturals, unnaturals, ombre, balayage, bronde, babylights, lowlights and the ever classic highlights, to name a few. Highlighting can be a gateway into the wonderful world of hair dye, serving as a subtler option for those who don’t want to commit their entire head to one color, or just want to add a bit of depth to their natural hair color. No matter which end of the spectrum you’re on, we’ve put together a quick guide on how highlights work and how to pick the best color and style for yourself!

Do Your Research

If you’re as invested in trends as we are, you’ve done your research and know exactly which highlighting methods are considered in this year. However, even the most stylish person can struggle to keep up with the constantly fluctuating ideas of what’s hot and what’s not. We recommend looking up current hair dyeing trends before making any major decisions about your highlights. The style and coloring you choose may majorly affect your quality hair care routine in one way or another. You may want to choose carefully depending on your lifestyle and how much time you have to devote to your hair care throughout each day.

How Will I Know What Works for Me?

RemySoft sulfate free shampoo and conditionerUltimately, this decision is up to you! The most important factors worth considering for anyone getting highlighting work done is their current hair color, hair length and own aesthetic preferences. The beauty of blonde highlights combined with brown hair is common knowledge, but they won’t look good on you if you personally don’t like that particular style! If you aren’t sure what you want, have no preference or simply want something that will look good unconditionally, here are a few tidbits to help with your decision:

  • Ombre and balayage are still as popular as ever, and work best for those looking for something subtle and natural.
  • Lowlights are even subtler and meant to blend in with your hair’s natural coloring to create more depth and body. Consider it a reverse of the typical ombre style, going from light to dark.
  • Standard foil highlighting is great for those looking for a certain amount of control when it comes to coloring placement. You or your stylist can use foil in sections of your hair to determine the exact spots you want your highlighting to go.
  • You don’t have to go subtle! You can also opt for bigger, blockier highlights to help brighten your hair.

What About Hair Care?

No one wants to or intends to run to the salon for a new ‘do without first knowing how to take care of the aftermath! First off, know the dyeing process damages hair, no matter the condition of it beforehand. That’s just the way chemicals work. However, you can soothe some of the damage by putting together an excellent wash routine with sulfate free shampoo and conditioner. One of the most common types of damage to dyed hair is dryness. A high quality leave in conditioner will help restore some of your hair’s moisture, improving its health and making its newly added color last longer.

These aren’t the only things you should know about highlighting and quality hair care in general! If you have any questions or simply want more information on how to go about coloring your hair, get in touch with us!

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