As it oxidizes, all hair (natural or colored) lightens:blondes flirt with platinum, redheads go to Venetian blonde, chestnut and brown hair turns honey on the ends. The problem:on the way back, the color can continue to change, to yellow (blonde) or orange (brown). They are neutralized immediately with a blue care (for example the Soin Patine Correcteur de Blond de Dessange, €9.70), which deposits pigments (opposed to yellow and orange) for 3 to 4 shampoos. Of course, the color is protected with a specific treatment such as John Frieda's Everlasting Blonde Color Extending Detangling Treatment, €7.90.
Sun in the hair, do we want more? Long live lightening jelly (like Garnier's Sun Effect Lightening Jelly, €10.90)! It gains 1 to 2 heights of tone, rather on blondes and light browns. It works with the finger, so it can be applied precisely, all over the head or just the half-lengths and ends.
Weakened by the sun, wind and salt, the hair often appears dull on return. It is repaired with a filler (Instant Filler Dercos by Vichy, €19.30), which injects material into the heart of the fibre. Nourished and fortified, the hair is more receptive to care.
With gold or silver micro-glitter when washing (Souffle d'Or Oil-Shampoo from L'Oréal Professionnel, €14) or when styling, with a hair gloss (Touch of Gloss from Shu Uemura, €34), we heat on the back of the hand to apply in touches on the lengths or just the tips.
With the new "nude" hair styling products (such as Spray à Porter by Kérastase, €27.50 or Spray Styling Natural Finish Nude Touch by L'Oréal Professionnel, €17) which tame in transparency, we obtain the wild effect
and naturalness that our hair had on vacation. Yeah!