After almost two weeks of quarantine, the roots of your dyed hair have begun to show, and you may have even found some gray in your hair when you looked in the mirror. Time, and worries, play against our hair now that we can not go to the hairdresser to provide you with the care and color you need. But let's not despair, because it is possible to minimize the damage and maintain it with dignity until we return to normal.
To achieve this, first of all, it is important that we have specific products for colored hair that help us to prolong the duration of the dye. Sulfate-free and sodium-chloride-free shampoos and conditioners are the most suitable to ensure the longevity of the color, and they are recommended at any time if you have dyed hair, but even more now.
If you had not worried about the suitability of your shampoo for your dye until now, because visits to the hairdresser allowed it, and the quarantine has caught you without the right shampoo, you should not worry too much, since to maintain the tone it is also recommended reduce washes. And since we don't leave home, we don't need to wash our hair more than a few times or three a week.
The sun is a great enemy of colored hair, since UV rays can damage the tone over time. Although confinement confines us at home, and it is highly recommended to go out to take the air to the balcony or the window, it is best to do it with the hair covered, to protect it.
If the quarantine caught us with the appointment at the pending hairdresser and the hair situation has become unbearable, before choosing to dye it completely at home, evaluate the possibility of getting a root corrector. It is much easier to use than a dye, and much less risky for our hair, since finding the same tone that your hairdresser uses is as complicated as it is important if you do not want your hair desire to end in disaster.