Palak Tiwari has the best advice for colouring hair and it’s going to save your mane from all kinds damage. The star has revealed that while she loves colouring her hair, she also likes to make sure her hair doesn’t get too damaged.
So if you’re obsessed with hair colour and love sprucing up your locks, you’ll want to read up on Palak’s essential tips.
A Hair Treatment Post Colouring
When asked about how she takes care of her hair after colouring in an interview, Palak, a natural brunette replied, “I do colour my hair a lot, because I love brown hair. After colouring what I do is, in the salon, agar chali gayi hu toh might as well get everything done with, I ask them to give me a protein treatment. Protein treatments really bring that shine back in your hair that they’ve kind of lost after all the damage.”
Hair colour has chemicals that end up damaging the hair. But opting for a protein treatment immediately after the colour, helps reduce the damage considerably and that’s why Palak swears by it.
She Never Overdoes It
Palak also mentioned that she likes to colour her hair only once a year or twice a year at most. She said, “Don’t overdo it with your hair, especially with colour. I feel like these days we really want to keep up with the times, but if you colour your hair too much, then your hair will really give up. So, I try to give it a 6-month interval at least or at least a year.”
Colouring your hair too often can severely damage your locks. It’s not necessary to colour your hair again if the old colour is fading. Instead, maintain and refresh the colour by using a colour care shampoo or a purple or blue shampoo.
Picking The Right Hair Colour
Another great tip that Palak revealed in the interview is to, “Get a hair colour that is close to your actual roots, that way you have time to let it grow out and you don’t have to rush in to get a touch-up done.”
Choosing a natural hair colour that is close to your actual uncoloured roots is a great way to ensure your mane looks amazing in between colour treatments. Even if the colour begins to fade after a while, the hair will still look healthy.
Here are some hair-care products that won’t burn a hole in your pocket if you can’t afford a salon treatment:
The St. Botanica Pro Keratin & Argan Oil Hair Mask is just like a protein treatment that delivers almost similar results.
The Paradyes Color Care Conditioner ensures colour lasts longer and leaves the strands feeling soft and smooth.
If your hair is bleached or colour is turning brassy, a colour toning shampoo like the St. Botanica GO Colored Purple Hair Shampoo helps refresh the colour and keeps your hair looking amazing.
When you need to wash your coloured hair without inflicting any damage, the sulphate-free and ultra-moisturising MyGlamm Superfoods Passion Fruit & Rosemary Shampoo is perfect.
If you’re about to colour your hair, keep these amazing tips by Palak Tiwari in mind.
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