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The world of hair isn’t exactly self-explanatory, and by the time you’re in that salon chair, you’ve probably made 15 sizable life decisions (and mistakes) Which salon should you go to? What shade? Foils? Ombré? Balayage? Then, once you have the perfect shade, the upkeep can be just as mind boggling. We asked the experts for their most unique tips that would save us time, money, and conditioner all while keeping your color looking fresh for as long as possible. Here’s what we learned:


1. Miracles don’t happen overnight.

Changing your hair color is transforming. So once you decide you want a hair change, waiting for the magic to happen can be a bit of a buzzkill. But Tracey Cunningham, celebrity colorist and Redken creative consultant for color, says one of the most common color myths is that drastic changes can happen in a single salon visit. “I have to explain to clients and social media followers that to have, for example, Khloé Kardashian’s blond takes time and commitment,” she says. “Colorists don’t have a magic wand. If you want a major change, it may take more than one salon visit to achieve—especially if you want to keep your hair healthy.”

2. Hair color doesn’t always result in damaged hair.

You can have too much of a good thing, according to Kari Hill, L’Oréal Paris Celebrity Colorist. Hill often sees clients over-conditioning at home with hair masks and treatments to make up for perceived damage. Consider the texture of your hair—does it feel normal? Is it still shiny? You maaaybe don’t need to do a nightly deep conditioning treatment. In fact, “if you’re a redhead, brunette or another single-process color, conditioning too often can even fade your hair,” says Hill. Noted!


3. Invest in a cute hat.

We all know the importance of at-home maintenance, but remember: the sun outside can change your on-trend lavender into cloudy gray or kill any dimension in blonde hair. Going to the beach? Cover. It. Up.

4. Make sure your colorist understands your hair’s unique texture.

“Curly, kinky hair can be more delicate,” says Hill. Meanwhile, “dark, straight hair can withstand more than other hair textures [and can also be insanely difficult to lighten]. It’s chock-full of melanin and each individual strand is very hearty.” Color affects each head of hair differently, so the formula should be adjusted if yours is dry, delicate, porous, or resistant (read: hard to color). If it’s your first time at a salon, share your past dyeing experiences with your colorist before he or she hits the mixing bowl.

5. Book your color after your cut.

Your colorist should be working with your new haircut—otherwise you’ve just invested a lot of money to have fresh highlights hit the floor. Hill has even added a new service called a “reverse partial” to her menu to make up for when clients mistakenly schedule backwards and lose fresh color.

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