Have you recently colored your hair? If so, you are most probably looking for a shampoo that is safe for your color treated hair.
The feeling of getting a new hair color is indeed one of the best feelings in the world; you love your new look, and you feel good about yourself. But, as time passes and the color fades, your hair color stops being as amazing as it was before, and by now, you’re probably already missing your natural hair.
I know, feeling this way is common for every girl getting a new hair color, and it is also common to try different hair masks, hair oils, and hair shampoos to regain the shine and volume of your hair. Actually, you’ve probably tried every possible color treated hair care routine to get that shine and bounce back, but still, your colored hair feels dull and dry.
But there’s one product that you probably haven’t tried yet - a clarifying shampoo! But can you use clarifying shampoos on your color treated hair?, you ask. Let’s find out!
Table of Contents:
- What is clarifying shampoo?
- Can I use a clarifying shampoo on my colored hair?
- What’s the best way to use a clarifying shampoo for colored hair?
- What’s the best clarifying shampoo for colored hair?
- How to choose the best clarifying shampoo for colored hair
What is Clarifying Shampoo?
Constant use of chemical products – such as hairsprays, hair colors, gels, serums, waxes, and even some shampoos and conditioners - harms your hair’s natural texture and smoothness, leaving it rough, dry and greasy.
The good news is that clarifying shampoos can be of help. Clarifying shampoos are designed to cleanse your scalp and hair by dissolving and removing the build-up, thus helping restore shine and preventing hair breakage.
Can I Use a Clarifying Shampoo on My Colored Hair?
While it is true that using a clarifying shampoo on color treated hair may result in lightening of the hair color, it is also true that using the right clarifying shampoos can even help enhance your hair color while removing the build-up that makes your hair look dull and lifeless.
So don’t rule out using clarifying shampoos; just make sure you choose the best clarifying shampoos for your hair’s needs.
What’s the Best Way to Use Clarifying Shampoo For Colored Hair?
If you choose a good clarifying shampoo, you can use it just as you would use your regular shampoo. Typically, it is recommended to wash your color treated hair no more and no less than two-three times a week, but it really depends on your hair type and, of course, lifestyle. For instance, if you work in a polluted or smelly environment, you might even need to wash your hair daily.
To be on the safe side, you can alternate using clarifying shampoos with any other mild shampoos. Eventually, you will find the right product for your hair type, and it will do little to affect your hair color.
What’s the Best Clarifying Shampoo for Colored Hair?
Color treated hair is more likely to have all sorts of issues, so you should thoroughly do your research before investing in clarifying shampoos. For instance, you should make sure that the clarifying shampoos you choose are free of sulfates, parabens and other harsh chemicals that can strip away the color from the hair shaft. I would also recommend choosing a shampoo (and conditioner) without silicones, because, in time, they can weigh down your hair and make it look limp and dull.
But, what's the best clarifying shampoo for my colored hair? Here is my recommendation:
How to Choose the Best Clarifying Shampoo for Colored Hair
It is very important to look for a clarifying shampoo that enhances your hair color while deep-cleansing all the product build-up of your color treated hair.
You should search for:
- Clarifying shampoos that are free from harsh chemicals;
- Clarifying shampoos that are safe for color treated hair;
- Clarifying shampoos that are powered by natural ingredients;
- Clarifying shampoos that can moisturize the hair shaft
- Clarifying shampoos that will bring back the shine to your hair;
- Clarifying shampoos that can enhance your hair color.
WOW apple cider vinegar shampoo helps clear all the product build-up on your hair and is also suited for color-treated hair. It is free of sulfates, parabens, silicones and other harsh chemicals. Instead, it is powered by Himalayan apple cider vinegar, which helps dissolve the mineral deposits on your hair shaft, clears the scalp, regulates its pH and closes the cuticle, thus helping seal in moisture and protecting your hair color.
After rinsing off the shampoo, follow by applying the WOW conditioner with virgin coconut and avocado oil to deep condition your color treated hair, restore shine and enhance your hair color.
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