3. Try This Hair Mask Trick
Weekly masks are essential to restoring moisture in damaged blonde hair, so make sure you’re using one that’s high in reparative ingredients, like the Fusion Intense Repair Mask. We’ve packed it full of amino acids, which are famous for their strengthening properties – exactly what delicate, damaged hair needs from an intensive treatment. To maintain the color while also restoring moisture, Color Motion+Structure+ Mask is a great option. Then, try this: after shampooing your hair, carefully squeeze out excess water. Too much water can dilute your masks and conditioners, so you may even want to gently towel-dry strands. (Blot – don’t rub.) This creates the perfect base for your mask to be quickly and easily absorbed, so your hair soaks up more of the nutrients. Rinse after 10 minutes.
4. Reach for a Leave-In Conditioner
When hair has been damaged by bleach, it tends to become highly porous, which means that the moisture you apply can quickly escape through gaps and holes in the hair shaft. That’s why, to retain hydration, we recommend using a creamy leave-in conditioner, so all those moisturizing ingredients have longer to get to work. For straight hair, use the INVIGO Color Brilliance Miracle BB Spray, and for curls and waves, use the NutriCurls Milky Nourishing Spray for Waves or the Curlixir Defining Balm for Curls. Apply to mid-lengths and ends for a boost of longer-lasting nourishment.