HAIR CARE TIPS for coloured hair

Hair colouring is a trend that’s here to stay. The blue, the reds, the ombre, and all the stunning shades can not only transform your looks but also make a statement about one’s personality. However, bright colours require your hair to be bleached to get the true tone. While coloured hair looks great from afar when you do it yourself, you realize the damage, dryness, and hair fall that it brings along. Coloured or dyed hair causes great damage to your hair strands and dries up all its moisture making it dry. It stresses the hair by stripping away natural oils, nutrients, and lipids, which causes it to become weak and break.

WHY DOES COLOURING CAUSE HAIR FALL?

THE PROCEDURE

While colouring the hair, the hairstylists rub and comb the hair strands in a different direction causing the manipulation of the hair shafts. Extensive force is applied in order to change the direction and get to every part of the hair. This leads to loosening of the hair from the roots and eventually causing hair fall.

STRONG MIXTURES

Protein is extremely essential as the human hair is made of protein. One of the most common reasons for hair fall due to colouring and dyeing is the physical weakening of the hair strand by the disruption of the protein backbone. Protein for our hair is like water for our body. Our hair cannot do without protein.

DISRUPTION OF PROTEIN

Protein is extremely essential as the human hair is made of protein. One of the most common causes of hair fall due to colouring and dyeing is the physical weakening of the hair strand by the disruption of the protein backbone. Protein for our hair is like water for our body. Our hair cannot do without protein.

THE PEROXIDE EFFECT

Peroxide is responsible for removing the pigment from the hair shaft and turns them into blonde colours. Peroxide enters the hair shaft and releases oxygen, breaking down the eumelanin pigment. Lightening of the hair colour to get the true tone of dark blues, greens, etc. Bleaching hair without using peroxide is not quite possible, so ladies, the damage is bound to happen.

HOW TO REDUCE THE BAD EFFECTS OF COLOURING?

MOISTURIZATION FOR THE WIN!

Damaged and coloured hair that is chemically treated needs ample moisturization. The chemicals and the ammonia present in the dye pull all the moisture from the hair strand and make them dry. This dry hair is prone to breakage. In order to avoid hair fall due to breakage, it is important to bring back the moisture and nourish this hair. Use Pantene Open Hair Miracle as a serum and transform your dry, damaged hair into soft and nourished locks. Formulated with the miraculous Fermented Rice Water and Pantene’s Signature Pro-Vitamin Formula, it deeply nourishes your hair from root to tip, so that you have flawless coloured hair without any damage worry.

AVOID AMMONIA

Using a hair dye with no ammonia or less ammonia can also help minimize the damage. Products that have ammonia content are extremely drying and cause loss of moisture. When there is no moisture in your hair strands, hair loses its elasticity and is prone to breakage. So, girlfriends, say no to ammonia and yes to hydrated and strong hair

THE RIGHT SHAMPOO

The right shampoo will surely do the job for you. One of the major issues that colouring your hair brings along is hair fall. Therefore, it is quintessential to opt for a shampoo that prevents hair fall and strengthens your hair from the roots. Try the Pantene Hairfall Control Shampoo from the new Pantene Advanced Hairfall Solution Range to tackle your hair fall problem in the shower. Why lose those beautiful coloured and luxurious (read as expensive) strands in the shower? Keep in strong and intact with Pantene.

CONDITION ALL THE WAY

Condition! Condition! Condition! If there’s one thing that can instantly work its magic on your dry and damaged hair is deep conditioner. If there was a ‘shower sins list’ for women with coloured hair, skipping the conditioner would top the list. Skipping the conditioner is not even a choice. After shampooing, use the Pantene Hairfall Control Conditioner and revitalize your dry hair instantly. Its nourishing ingredients will help you restore the lost moisture and reduce breakage and hair fall.

But for all the busy bees out there who don’t have time for conditioning, we’ve got your back too! On days when you cannot spend those extra 10 mins in the shower to condition your hair. Use the Pantene Open Hair Miracle as a leave-in conditioner. It’s rinse-free and effective. So, after you’re doing with your regular shampoo routine, take a walnut-sized amount of Pantene Open Hair Miracle in your palms and evenly apply it on the lengths of your hair and you’re good to go!


Now that you know all the tips on how to reduce hair fall after colouring or dying your hair, go on and transform yourself with a zillion colours because Pantene is here to give your hair all the nourishment it needs.

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