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From: michelle (24-151-119-089.dhcp.nwtn.ct.charter.com)
Subject: Re: Shampoo shopping and what is a sulfate?
Date: September 30, 2007 at 4:07 pm PST
In Reply to: Shampoo shopping and what is a sulfate? posted by Emjay on September 30, 2007 at 3:29 pm:
In my opinion, Pureology is one of the best lines to preserve your color. Check out some of their other products such as Color Max which is a leave in conditioner that is loaded with sunscreens and color preserving ingredients. Also, Pureology has 3 great masks for deep conditiong. They are for moisture, protein, and age defying. I would use the protein mask from now until the next time you get your hair colored. Adding protein before your color service sets the stage for the color to take and hold very well.
I think your problem is that your bleached out hair is so porus that it is letting go of your color with or without shampoo. You'll find that every time you get your caramel hilights, they stay alittle longer. I'm assuming the stylist used semi or demi permanent color to tint back your blonde hair. In my experience with tint backs, they have a tendency to fade at first. After you recieve a few services from your stylist, the color will last longer.
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