Okay so maybe you don’t get blue streaks in your hair (I did in my 80′s new wave phase), but if you do color your hair, I’m sure you’ll agree that there is one thing that is critical: Making the color last as long as possible!
Professional hair coloring, and even home coloring can be very expensive so making hair color last is critical. I’ve colored my hair for years since I started going gray in my 20′s, (along with my thinning hair, another thing to blame on my parents), and I plan to keep coloring, not only to look young, but it helps my thin hair look thicker.
Even if you don’t NEED to color your hair, if you have hair loss or hair thinning, hair color can actually make your hair plumper and thicker. But once color starts to fade, thickness goes away, grays peeps out, and that icky, thin hair is back.
That’s why, if you color your hair (and guys, I know many of you are starting to do this too), you MUST use products that do not strip your hair of color and start the fading process way too early.
Many of the hair loss products and hair thickening products on the market, contain harsh chemicals. I don’t have first hand knowledge of this since I’ve never wanted to put many of these products on my head, but many people have told me (including a nurse with patients on Rogaine), that Minoxidol does cause color fading and loss.
I don’t know about you, but if I’m going to the trouble to color my hair and use shampoos and conditioners that are gentle and won’t cause fading, then I don’t ever want to use a hair loss/hair thickening product that makes my color fade.
HairChi users have happily told us that HairChi does not effect their hair color at all. And the shiny boost it gives, actually makes natural or color treated hair look shinier and healthier.
So you can keep your color looking great as long as possible + use an anti-hair loss/hair thickening treatment, by adding HairChi Foam and supplements to your daily regime. To your best looking hair always!