Staying Beautifully Blonde Throughout Winter

Winter is a great time for you to give your blonde hair a seasonal update. But you don’t have to lose the blonde. Here are some tips where you  travel through the cooler months still looking and feeling fabulous.

Update Your Hair Without Going Darker

To give your blonde hair a seasonal update, the best place to start is to wash away the platinum and icy bleached tones from summer. Then add a toner before updating your mane with more creamy soft blonde, as a toner is non-permanent and fades out beautifully. You could say that it’s a colour process that really does kiss your strands lightly without drying it out.

Colour shades for winter are Vanilla Blonde, Peachy Blonde, Strawberry Blonde, Blush Blonde, Caramel Blonde, Champagne Blonde and Buttercup Blonde and this is just the start. Rich warm tones for the cooler season and mentions pigmented coloured shampoos provide interesting temporary tones.

Rid Yourself Of That Super Bleached Blonde Summery Look

Bleaching from summer can take a toll on your hair and it’s best to go easy on the peroxide and bleaching in winter. Use hair treatments from brands such as Curaplex to save your locks and get them ready for your winter transition. Use a weekly treatment to prep your hair for a more winter-friendly blonde. It’s essential for deep hydration and will also add gloss and shine. This is a great way to prep your hair for a ‘winter blonde’ as blonde hair is more vulnerable to climatic aggressions and pollution than darker bases  which can then become damaged and dull quickly. Use gentle lightening sprays to “create soft baby lights on blonde hair or warm caramel tones on dark blonde hair without sensitising or compromising the hair fibre.

Transition Your Bright Summer-Blonde Into A More Muted & Soft Winter-Suited Blonde

To ensure a richer effect for winter; you should gradually introduce “multidimensional hues from beige to honey tones. Ask your hairdresser this exact question – Let them know your thoughts and concerns before the bowl and brush come anywhere near your hair.

What products are best to use for this?

The more product knowledge and suggestions we have available to us the better, as every head of hair (even in various shades of blonde) is different. Curaplex is the standout brand and is a lifesaver for nutrition and strengthening each hair strand from the inside out.

What products do you recommend to enhance and maintain a more winter blonde?

For blonde hair that has an undertone of warmth, or with natural grey highlights that want a more neutral or cooler tone, an anti-yellowing shampoo will gently cleanse, reducing brassiness or warmth without overtoning and no purple reflect. It is also fantastic on naturally grey white or platinum hair to reduce the effects of oxidation. For hair that is colour treated, in need of a shine boost, use a Colour Enhancing Conditioner to naturally preserve colour, nourish and enhance shine.

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