How Often Can You Color Your Hair Without Destroying It?
It’s that time of year when you can’t wait to get the right hair color for the summer. We’re all craving flawless color goals and whether you’re dreaming of adventurous rainbow locks or lighter tones, it’s safe to say that hair color is a major way of expressing yourself. Most people are aware that coloring your hair does no good to the quality of it. But let’s face the fact that a little damage won’t stop us from getting the shade of our dreams. But it leaves us all with one major question: How much can our manes take? Truth is, there are no rules for how often you can color your hair – it all comes down to a couple of factors that you should consider before your makeover.
First of all, it depends on the current condition of your hair. If it’s is in good shape, you can touch up the color more often. If you’re thinking about changing your hair color completely, you should make sure that your hair is in its best possible condition. That being said, using the right products for your specific hair type is key. (Read more about the 5 products you really need for healthy hair here.)
Another factor that affects how often you can color the hair is the quality of the products. This is
also one of the main reasons why you shouldn’t dye your hair at home. At Fabio Scalia Salons,
we use products of highest quality to cause the least amount of damage as possible. Also, there is
a reason why hair stylists must complete several years of schooling! The color theory and chemistry is very detailed and differs for every single hair type.
But what you can do at home is to take care of your new hair color. Investing in color preserving
products and tools are crucial and can help beat unnecessary color fade and damage.
So, as a rule of thumb, listen to your hair (and your colorist) if you think you’re dyeing your hair
too much. Knowing your hair type, quality, and how much it can handle can be challenging but we’ve got you covered!
Schedule a consultation today at 212-343- 0523.