Well, you'll be happy to know that maintaining acoloring is much easier than maintaining a chemical coloring .
Whereas coloring penetrates the fiber capillary, denaturing it and damaging your hair, coloring treats your fiber and coats it naturally.
A coloring vegetal disgorges less and therefore requires much less care and expense than a chemical coloring . In addition, since the regrowth is more discreet, maintenance is less expensive.
Here are 3 tips to help you maintain your coloring plant:
Space your shampoos and use a gentle product
If you want to keep your color for as long as possible, you will have to space out your shampoos.
Forget about washing your hair every day, which can damage it considerably. It is better to wash your hair every 2, 3 or 4 days if you want to maintain the intensity of yourcolor .
To do this, switch to a mild shampoo.
Chemical shampoos are too aggressive.
Not only do they make coloring bleed faster, but they also make the hair greasy much faster. I therefore advise you to maintain your coloring using a organic shampoo.
Don't skip out on conditioner
The conditioner allows you tomoisturise and shine your hair on the one hand, and on the other hand, to close the scales, making it easier to detangle after shampooing. I advise you to use a conditioner (especially theorganicYlang-Ylangconditioner) which will protect your hair from external aggressions and will allow you to preserve a deep color .
Use suitable masks
In addition, the use of appropriate care products is essential.
You should avoid using very rich skin care products too often, as they cause the coloring plant to bleed.
You can continue with home care with honey, cottage cheese, oils (they are excellent for the hair) but their use should not exceed the weekly rhythm.
This care sometimes contributes to the disgorgement of the color.
In this case, use after-shampoo masks that nourish and moisturise without stripping your lovely natural color .