OKAY, NOW THAT
I CHANGED COLOR,
HOW DO I MAINTAIN IT?
Now, all you have to do is make sure you properly maintain your new shade, so it stays fresh, vibrant, and Koleston-intense. So, here are the three ingenious tips that’ll help you keep your shade in tiptop shape.KolorSquad Tip
DON’T LET IT FADE AWAY...
Even though Koleston is synonymous with long-lasting intensity, as your hair grows, your roots will start to show. Also, as your hair is exposed to the environment day in-day out, it won’t look as vibrant and vivid; it won’t leap out at you the same way it did when you first colored. To keep the intensity going, you’ll need to color again. The frequency of re-dyeing depends on your preference. As a starting point, we recommend that you re-color every 4-6 weeks.
Note: If you have already colored your hair before, be sure to read the leaflet included in the box to see how to apply your color. The application method will actually be different this time around.KolorSquad Tip
DON’T LET GRAYS STEAL YOUR THUNDER.
“How can I cover up those unsightly grays?” is the million-dollar question. Of course, you can always color your hair frequently to make them disappear. Another option would be to choose a color that’s a lighter shade than normal. If your hair color is light, your grays might stand out a little less. And you can always opt to highlight your hair for a more dimensional, gray-concealing effect.
CHANGE IS GOOD.
Your transformation doesn’t end at your new shade. There are so many shades, so many yous to express and explore. Keep in mind that once you color your hair, it will be difficult for permanent hair color alone to make those colored parts lighter. So, if you want to choose a different shade from what you have now, select a shade that is the same level or darker than what you initially used. Just be sure the color you select is no more than 2 shades darker from your current color. Once you’ve chosen a color, follow the timing rules very strictly. And, not to sound like a broken record, but please read, read, read the instructions on the pack. And once you’ve read them, follow them. That goes for everyone, whether you’re new to coloring or a DIY expert.