Sun, chlorine, air conditioning and more can suck the life out of your strands -- use these tips to resuscitate them
August 7, 2009
Kristen Oldham Giordani | 27 COMMENTS
Add life to your color "Salt, sun and chlorine" are what Cutler says cause certain hair colors (mostly blondes and redheads) to turn brassy. In order to restore your hair color to its former glory, he recommends heading to the salon for a gloss or glaze treatment. They are less costly than getting full color and will restore the tone of your original hue while adding shine. Once your color is repaired, use color protecting shampoos and conditioners (try Pureology Hydrate Shampoo and Conditioner, $22.95 each) and always apply a UV blocking styling product before heading outdoors (try Kiehl's Leave-In Hair Conditioner, 29.50).