Starting the lightening process in salon now allows you to go slower and less aggressive with your lightning, which will actually give you longer lasting results because the hair is being lifted more evenly over a period of time!
After your salon appointment is booked, ensuring you have the right blonde home care routine is crucial! Proper home care products will keep your blonde healthy, nourished and keep your blonde looking its best for longer!!
See Nicoles favourite product combos for all levels of blonde!
This combo is for the ones who are pushing the limits a little further, or needing a boost of strength and hydration! These products are packed with hyaluronic acid, nourishment and will strengthen the hair up to 80%! Great for all hair types.
This one is for the blonde blondes. Fight any sign of brass with this ultra violet dream team, nourish and restore with Bain Cica Extreme. Protect all summer long with UV protection from the Cicaplasme.
This one is for the kinda, sorta blondes. Bain Lumiere targets the blonde bits without weighing down the natural or darker bits. It brings OUT the highlights or balayage to make the hair glossy and shiny! Cicaplasme and Cicanuit Night Serum keep hair hydrated and healthy!
Here’s my 3 tips to get to healthy blonde this summer!
1. Start the process now!
This allows you to go slower and less aggressive with your lightning, which will actually give you longer lasting results because the hair is being lifted more evenly over a period of time! Give yourself at least two sessions and then simply maintain with glosses through the peak summer months.
2. Hydration & Strength are essential
Your hair won’t hold onto toner, and will tend to yellow quicker if you do not have hydration in the hair. If your cuticle and hair is hydrated and nourished you will maintain your blonde for much longerand you will also reach your blonde goals much quicker because it is easier to lift healthy hair without the risk of breakage.
3. Be Realistic with your goals
Sometimes blonder doesn’t mean better, you can still lighten and brighten but if you are starting with a dark base or unhealthy hair you need to be realistic with your goals and listen to the advice of your stylist! Healthy hair is ALWAYS in style!