Color Treated Curly Hair Routine| Wash Day after Dying Natural Hair Blue | Healthy Colored Hair

Color Treated Curly Hair Routine| Wash Day after Dying Natural Hair Blue  | Healthy Colored Hair

Hey boos! As some of you already peeped, I now have blue curly hair! And if you’re coloring your curls or are even thinking about coloring, you def want to watch this video ma’am (or sir)! I have the perfect products for color treated natural hair to moisturize, help prevent fading of bright colors plus some tips for healthy curls!

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►Products:

Colorsations Color Retention Shampoo
Colorsations Color Retention Masque
Colorsations Anti-Fade Sealant

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►Hair Color:
This a custom color job, created by a stylist at a salon, using a professional system not available in beauty supply stores and which requires a valid cosmetology license to purchase–no I do not know the name. It cannot be recreated precisely and the shade looks different on me every time she touches it up since she blends it up on the spot and it changes shades every time I wash my hair. We have been lifting my hair lighter and lighter over time using developer (which is not bleach) since October of 2015. I will not post a video on how to color because I am not a licensed cosmetologist and I will not give directions on how to use chemicals that I do not have a good understanding of. If you’d like help with achieving this color, please consult a LICENSED professional who specializes in natural hair because coloring will alter your hair and can damage depending on your texture and the process.

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