For those who have coloured blonde hair, it’s quite likely that avoiding warm, brassy tones is at the top of the list of concerns. How does dyed hair turn brassy? Allow us to explain.
As the days get sunnier, your hair colour can be affected by the drying effects of the sun—and once beach days enter the picture, finding the right products for your hair becomes essential. The oxygen and endless sun exposure that come with summer weather can also further reveal the naturally warmer tones beneath your coloured hair, thus turning strands into a braissier hue.
That’s where we come in. It’s important to take steps after you colour your hair to mitigate this process—and that can be achieved with a purple shampoo and conditioner. Additionally, a little extra hydration and hair TLC can help breathe some life into your strands.