Orange hair can be a problem after having gone through discoloration or having dyed blonde. Do not worry! Luckily, this usual problem has an easy solution. Read on to find out why this happens and how to fix it.
The hair of the Spaniards and all those born in the Mediterranean tend to have reddish highlights that insist on excelling whenever we clarify them. Our genetic inheritance cannot avoid it, but with a few simple steps, we can avoid that “carrot” color when what we want is a light brown or a blond.
Return the desired color to your hair
Surely more than once you have tried to dye at home and the result has not been as expected. During the first days you like the tone, but little by little, it turns orange and you don’t know what to do. The secret is in the nuance! In order to eliminate that orange hue, you need to apply violet pigments that counteract it.
In a time when fading by wicks such as Californians, balayage or baby light are the order of the day, Olia has a Super Matizing mask to solve the unwanted appearance of orange tones.
This product, rich in natural floral oils, will also help you moisturize and care for the hair so that it is nourished and can show off your best color. The way to apply it is as follows:
- Wash your hair and apply conditioner as you would normally.
- Drain excess moisture from the hair and then apply Olia’s super mattifying mask.
- Let the hair permeate your violet pigments for 10 minutes and then proceed to lighten the hair. Remember that if you rinse it with cold water, you will enhance the shine of the hair!
Perform this operation once a week to get rid of the orange hair color once and for all and always wear the color you want! You can forget the dreaded orange hair at once and maintain a perfect tone.
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