I have been dying my hair or having it dyed (strong mixture of in salon and at home) for longer than I can remember. In fact, when I was pregnant that was a little bit of a voyage of discovery when it came to my hair because it had been so long since I’d seen my natural hair colour! Up until then Tom had never seen me au natural, so to speak, even on our wedding day I had blue hair.
Despite the never ending torture I put my hair through it’s still in pretty good condition so I thought I’d share with you my top tips on keeping bleached and processed hair as healthy as possible.
Now, I’m not saying this from a professional point of view here and real life hairdressers might roll their eyes at what I have to say. These are just the things that I do to keep my hair from going all brassy and having that scary chewing gum feeling when you wash it. You know what I mean, right?
There you go. I know there’s nothing groundbreaking there but that’s my usual routine. It’s served me well until now and my hairdresser has commented a number of times about how strong my hair is, particularly after all it’s been through.
If you have any tips to help processed hair I’d love to hear them so I can have a go. Please do let me know.