4. Revive Reds with a Color Depositing Mask
Depending on the shade of red your client is working, they may be able to revive their shade at home with the Color Fresh Mask. This pigmented treatment refreshes color in between salon visits in just 10 minutes. And there are two reds available: Copper Glow for warmer tones, and Red for cooler, more vibrant shades. Help them pick their perfect mask and then show them these simple steps for a quick fix:
- First, they should wash with their chosen shampoo for red hair.
- No follow-up conditioner is needed. While hair is still damp, your client can apply their shade of the Color Fresh Mask.
- For the most even result, they can smooth the mask through hair with a wide-tooth comb.
- After leaving it on for 10 minutes, the mask should be thoroughly rinsed. Red hair color will be instantly more vibrant.
- Repeat whenever hair looks like it needs a fast pick-me-up.
5. Prevent and Repair Hair Damage with a Leave-In Treatment
Red hair doesn’t look as radiant when it becomes damaged. So it’s important to prevent any wear and tear, while reversing signs of stress with an intensive treatment. A true revolution is ULTIMATE REPAIR Miracle Hair Rescue, which repairs damage in 90 seconds, while leaving your client with 12x smoother hair** and 99% less breakage***. Your client simply has to mist the lightweight liquid through clean, damp tresses, leave it to absorb for 90 seconds, then style as they usually would to experience never-before-seen results.
6. Wash Chlorine Out Straight After Swimming
Your client does not want chlorine damaged hair – trust us. So, if they’re a swimmer or they’re off on vacation, tell them to take extra special care of their red shade for maximum mileage. First up, before they get in the pool or the ocean, they should soak their hair with clean shower water. Strands are like a sponge – they can only hold so much moisture, and you want that moisture to be clean water, not chlorine. Then, advise them to wash their hair as quickly as possible after they’ve finished their swim. The sooner they get all that chlorine or salt water out, the less havoc it can wreak.
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