How to Make Natural Red Hair More Vibrant

Whether your hair has natural red or dyed red color, in both cases, the color can fade away. Honestly, the red color is literally hard to maintain. So, if you don’t pay proper attention to them, all your efforts will go in vain. That’s why it is crucial for you to learn how to make natural red hair more vibrant. Well, that’s going to be a tricky task, but as now you are here, you won’t have to worry about that. I am here to show you some simple techniques and some products that I use to keep my red hair vibrant all the time.

it is crucial for you to learn how to make natural red hair more vibrant. Well, that’s going to be a tricky task, but as now you are here, you won’t have to worry

I’m not sure why, but I’ve always been a bit crazy about redheads. Maybe you are too. This can lead us to different hair hacks and dyeing processes. But even after trying several items on our red hair, the beautiful appearance starts to fade away within a certain period of time, right? I encountered this problem too, but I’ve figured out the exact ways to maintain my red hair. And now I’m going to share them with you.

How to Make Natural Red Hair More Vibrant

Tip 1 – Wait 3 Days to Wash It

It’s important to wait a few days after dying your hair before washing it, because this helps the color last longer.

Tip 2 – Wash Hair Less Often

Even after passing the initial three days, I will recommend you to wash your hand less often. The more you wash your hair, the more the color comes out. Wash your hair when it feels dirty, but you can use a dry shampoo in between washes. At the beginning, I suggest using more conditioner than you usually do.

After washing your hair apply leave-in conditioner or hair serum. If you want to avoid the fade-out effect, avoid water on your scalp. The only way to get rid of the color is by shampooing.

Tip 3 – Use a Sulfate-free Shampoo

When you do wash your hair, make sure to use a sulfate-free shampoo. Don’t worry; it is not going to cost you a huge amount of money. There are several sulfate-free shampoos out there, and you can easily get them from your nearest drug stores.

Tip 4 – Wash Hair With Cool Water

I know it really sucks, but it will extend the lifespan of your color. You won’t have to bath with the cold water; simply rinse your hair with the cold water and shower with warm water as you always do.

simply rinse your hair with the cold water

Tip 5 – Lay Off the Styling Tools

Heating tools can damage your hair color. I recommend not using them if you’ve recently dyed your hair red. These are simple tips that should help you keep your color for a longer time.

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