Coloring your hair is a great way to reinvent your look and style. Turn over a new leaf with a new signature color. It’s time to paint the town red as a fiery redhead this fall!  Ready to take the plunge, but hesitant about the upkeep? The professional stylists at DeWeese Design Salon in Avon have the tips you need to keep your color vibrant and long-lasting this season.

What are the Secrets for Maintaining Vibrant Hair Color?

Maintaining Long Lasting Red Hair ColorRed hair color tends to fade faster than other colors. The key is consulting the experts and using haircare techniques to preserve moisture in your locks.

What products preserve color treated hair?

It all starts with quality in color. Using professional-grade products and application techniques by a professional stylist means you have the greatest likelihood of maintaining your investment.

How do I wash color treated hair?

Try washing your hair every other day to preserve moisture and color. When it’s time to wash your hair, avoid shampoos containing sulfates, as they strip hair of moisture and color. Look for salon quality sulfate-free shampoo specially formulated for color-treated hair. Condition hair each time you wash it, and use cool water to conserve moisture.

What styling techniques are best for color treated hair?

Heat is the enemy when it comes to moisture. We recommend setting styling tools on the lowest heat setting possible. Try using the cool blast setting on your hair dryer to dry without the heat.

Red hair is bold, vibrant, and sexy. What better time than fall to boost your look with trendsetting red locks? This kind of color does not come from a box at the drugstore. Put your trust in the professionals with the right products, techniques, and tips for long-lasting, gorgeous color! Contact the stylists at DeWeese Design Salon, and schedule your appointment at (317) 271-8000.

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Matrix Blog. “26 Tips to Help Protect Color-Treated Hair & Keep it Looking Fabulous.” Web blog post. Matrix., 2 Jan. 2017. Web. 9 Oct. 2017.

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