Top treatments for every hair colour

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While adding colour to your hair can certainly transform your look (the right colour can really enhance your skin tone and brighten your complexion) it’s no secret that without the right haircare routine, coloured hair can become weakened and dry over time. But don’t panic: we’ve rounded-up our top colour-saving products for every hair type so you can keep your tresses looking fresh & healthy between trips to the salon!

Blondes: Beat the brassiness blonde hair is prone to by choosing a haircare range specially-formulated for blonde hair. We love TIGI Bed Head Dumb Blonde Tween Duo (£29.95, Supercuts) which works to minimise yellow and brassy tones.

Brunette: While brunette shades are lower maintenance than blonde, it’s still important to lock in your colour and maintain shine. The Fudge Colour Lock Shampoo and Colour Lock Conditioner (£9.95 each, Supercuts) will gently cleanse and safeguard your colour to give a long-lasting salon-perfect finish.

Red: Retaining vibrancy is the key to beautiful red hair – easier said than done, right? Not with the TIGI Bed Head Colour Goddess Tween Duo (£29.95, Supercuts) which contains a blend of sunflower antioxidants and jajala oil to help nourish and protect red and copper coloured hair.

If you’re looking for a product to enrich more out-of-the-ordinary shades or to care for more than one shade, an intensive colour care range is ideal.

Bradley Byrnes from The Edge says:

“If you’re worried about colour fade, I recommend using the Redken Colour Extend Magnetics range (from £13.25, Supercuts) which includes a shampoo, conditioner and mask. It’s a great every-colour product to help put the va va voom back into faded tresses.”

Looking for something even more intensive? We also offer a selection of in-salon hair-boosting services which are great for reviving coloured hair. To find out which treatment is right for you, pop into your local Supercuts salon for a quick chat with one of our stylists.

By: Supercuts HQ

On: September 10, 2014

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