It’s been just a few weeks since you dyed your hair, but today the colour looks not as bright and shiny. We feel your pain! After a while blonde shades turn yellow, brunettes go grey and reds simply fade, but dyeing too often may damage your hair and burn a hole in...
It’s been just a few weeks since you dyed your hair, but today the colour looks not as bright and shiny. We feel your pain! After a while blonde shades become yellow, brunettes turn greyish and reds simply fade, but dyeing too often may damage your hair and burn a hole in your pocket… Smart Beauty offers a safe, inexpensive and easy-to-apply Hair Colour Refreshers to use in-between salon appointments.
Vivid and pastel highlights in hair is a perfect way to refresh your look without going too crazy. Stay with your natural colour and add some funky colourful hints. From carmine pink highlights on blondes to purple highlights on black hair - it's all totally doable at home with our hair highlighting kit. Quick, easy and safe!
What you need to know
Why does red hair colour fade quickly?
The red hair molecule is the largest of the dye molecules, next to blue
If your hair is naturally in good condition or you use loads of serums, conditioners and styling products, then you will be surprised to know this does not help the cause. Dye molecules need to grip the hair.
Say a sad farewell to one of our favourite products- Intense Red Highlights.
Unfortunately, because of recent changes to the EU Cosmetic Directive, we have been forced to discontinue this fantastic product.