During a break, I hop back in the shower, rinse the Olaplex, and then apply the purple Baby Blonde formula to my hair and do all the other shower things one does to occupy the time.
Then, keep reading to shop the Baby Blonde Shade Variation Mask, plus a couple of my other favorite hair products.
While I have a lot of blond dimension to my hair, Lucille Javier, my colorist at Sally Hershberger in New York City, explained, very simply, how a purple conditioner will work to keep my hair cool.
So, after my morning workout, I shower, wash my hair with a hydrating shampoo (which I mix up every so often), and then apply Olaplex’s repairing treatment to help strengthen my hair, which, as a result of coloring, is on the brittle side.
Yes, there are several steps involved that contribute to the overall health and wellness of my hair, but as far as my hair color is concerned, Christophe Robin’s Baby Blonde is the real MVP.
For context, it often takes an entire 8. 5 oz tub of conditioner to coat my hair, whereas an 8. 33 oz tub of Baby Blonde lasts me two to three uses.
For those of you who asked about my purple masking routine (LOL, obviously no one asked, but I’m going to share it anyway): for starters, I usually only wash my hair once a week (it’s very thick, coarse, and dry so don’t @ me).
As someone who’s been getting their hair colored since the age of 11, I’ve become incredibly picky about the products I use to maintain my ideal shade of blond.
With naturally dark blond to light brown hair, I’ve learned that it takes using a color-depositing conditioner regularly to tone it to a cooler hue.
Once I’m out, I gingerly towel dry and comb my hair, apply a leave-in treatment (right now I’m loving Shu Uemura’s Satin Design Polishing Milk), and let my hair air dry. Ta-da! That’s my hair routine.
From brassy and yellow to natural and cool. ✌️ https://t.co/dXMYrJmKRn— POPSUGAR Beauty (@POPSUGARBeauty) March 24, 2020