8.27.2012

How to Fix Faded Color and Worn Out Hair

Has the sun faded your color or left your hair in a worn out condition?

Is your hair looking frazzled after all of the hours you've spent in the sun this summer? Are you seeing split ends?

Restore your hair's natural beauty with shampoos, conditioners, moisturizers, leave-in treatments, styling products and more.  Reconditioning can go a long way to healing your summer-worn locks. Try a product that will replenish hair with strength and moisture, like Kenra Platinum Color Care Recovery Mask.

Are you seeing faded color or dull hair? Refresh your color with a color glaze at your local salon.
I use a conditioning color gloss to refresh and replace lost or faded color to add richness, dimension, and shine. The process takes approximately 20 minutes and is well worth the time.

Ask your stylist about a color refreshing service. Or come by and see me at Hair Galleria in Midtown, Sacramento. Right now I am offering a special for $20 OFF a color refresher service. This offer is good with me at Hair Galleria until 9/30/12. Just mention this post to get a gorgeous wash of color or crystal clear to add shine and condition worn out locks.

So, are you seeing Dull Hair and Split Ends? Restore, repair, and shine with a color refresher and really great reconditioning products.

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Have you had a color refresher service in the past? Was it an effective way to restore your color? Also, what products do you use to restore your hair's best condition after the Summer sun takes its toll? Please leave a comment below and share your experience.

Disclosure: Sometimes, I will be compensated if you click on certain links and decide to purchase the products I recommend. These recommendations are always based on a positive experience with the person or company whose product I am recommending. Pretty please, always do your OWN due-diligence before making any purchases and be a good steward of your money - never purchase anything that you cannot afford.



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