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Color Care Shampoo & Conitioner? Could someone recommend?

Could someone personally recommend a shampoo & conditioner that won't fade hair color? I'm having a big problem with my color fading, currently using Tessemme Advanced Technology but it's not working all of the sudden. I don't like Shimmer lights because it gives me "white" hightlights.

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thanks for all the advice! Definitely needed it!

by EricaF123 10 months, 2 weeks ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

WEN is great!! I have also used Loreal sulfate free for color treated hair, and it works very well! And I do an olive oil treatment every 2 weeks and that also makes my hair shine again!

by bekkibek 10 months, 3 weeks ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

I have also used John Frieda and loved the results, I used a Tressemme for blonde, and Clear color because it was cheaper, but I would rather spend the little extra on John Frieda just because how well it works.

by shelby_ward 10 months, 3 weeks ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

I use Biolage. My stylist actually suggested it to help maintain my hair color. I went from a light blonde to it being low lighted with a dark blonde/ light brown tone and told me it would help prevent a good portion of the fading. Nothing will really fully stop the fading (specially in red tones and browns done over lighter hair colors) Plus I got a huge bottle of shampoo and conditioner for like 40 bucks total back in February and still haven't come close to using half of the bottles yet. Also final rinse in cool water helps some. But a friend of mine who keeps white blonde hair and often will have different bright colors that she dyes into it she uses only Ice cold water to wash her hair and it keeps those colors in longer.

by mandi_pfeiffer 10 months, 4 weeks ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

John Frieda's line is very nice, they have individual products for different hair colors. It seals the color in and makes it more vibrant.

by jessicaviolett 10 months, 4 weeks ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

I like Fredric Fekkai Color Care line. I only dye my hair with the semi-permanent hair dyes (they only last through 28 shampoos), and with this shampoo and conditioner the color last forever, of course I always have to retouch the roots. I really like it.

by yestfl 11 months ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

Thanks Linderloo!

by EricaF123 11 months ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

OH MY GAWWWD!!! I'm SOOO SORRY, Erica! It's Called "Hair One" (not "Nature One") by Sally Beauty Supply! Man! I knew I should have double checked it first! I'm such a scatterbrain! Anyway, good luck!

by Linderloo 11 months, 1 week ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

I am using a product similar to the "WEN" cleansing/conditioning shampoo that I purchase from Sally Beauty Supply called Nature One. It has no SLS (a product that is put in to make the product "lather"...also an "ingredient" in household/industrial kitchen cleaners (!) and has been known to cause cancer). I get the "for color-treated hair" line, and even the beautician that colors my hair ALWAYS comments on how she can't BELIEVE how well the color stays in my hair and doesn't fade. My dentist just told me the same thing two days ago (it's OBVIOUS I color my hair as it is purple, black, red, blonde...you get the picture...so it was no big deal for her-my dentist-to say something to me...she was giving me a huge complement). Again, IT DOES NOT LATHER, and I was very scared about this before I tried it. I thought it would leave my hair greasy (and it is below my shoulders...so not short), I didn't think it would clean my hair. MAN! Was I surprised! I L O V E it! It DOES take a little more work to wash your hair with it as you have to rinse it well before/after you "shampoo" it, and you have to use "a lot" of the product, but remember...it is also replacing conditioner and WAAAYYYY healthier for your hair. After you are done washing/rinsing, you even put a little bit of the product in your hand and work it through your hair as a leave-in conditioner...which I ALSO used to buy. If you are skeptical, I recommend going into Sally Beauty Supply (or to their website if you don't have one near you) and buy one of those "trial packs"...like a little foil "pouch" to try it out before you purchase a bottle. I LOVE IT, and (don't gross-out) I try NOT to wash my hair everyday so I don't have to put it through all the blow-drying, flat iron and heat torture...NOT A PROBLEM! I also notice less hair in the drain, AND I can TELL when I gather my hair into a ponytail that I actually DO have more hair as it is a thicker diameter ponytail (if that makes any sense). Anyway, I usually don't post, but I really do feel strongly about this product and did a lot of research (most of the "reviews" I thought might be from "the company"...not "real" consumers, so I had to weed through a lot of comments)...but if you feel you want the "real" WEN product...go to Amazon instead of through WEN because WEN makes you sign on for a "we will send you enough product every month and charge it to your card"...whether you need it or not. You can go to Amazon and buy individual bottles of actual WEN product without joining WEN's "club" that way. I hope this helps you! I am VERY pleased...I mean...it's A LOT of $$$ to color your hair and to have it fade out so quickly...well, I am so glad to have discovered this. Good Luck! Love, Linda :D

by Linderloo 11 months, 1 week ago Report as inappropriate | Remove Comment

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