Just had my hair dye burgundy the other day and my hair is naturally dark. I wanting to know what products should I use to help prolong the colour and to help have less trip to the salon .
You could try buying John Frieda Radiant Red Shampoo and Boost Conditioner this might help you maintain the Colour longer.
Sure someone else will have some other ideas for You to help maintain your hair colour, your photo looks beautiful love the colour it really suits You.
It depends on what it was dyed with, a semi permanent direct dye mixed in with your conditioner would help.
Your hair looks great, kic!
Looks fab kic - that's the colour I wanted a long time ago and I came out red. Never tried to again after my disaster.
Delorenzo Nova Fusion Colour Care Shampoo, I have the natural tones one which intensifies brown hair. I use it about every third shampoo, really works, last time I used it three people asked me the same day if I'd just had my hair coloured darker when all I'd done was use the shampoo.
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