Vibrant Colours, also known as Fashion Colour’s / Shades, are Red’s, Coppers and Violets. They are statement Colours, that are bright with serious intensity, designed to stand out. Unfortunately Vibrant Colours do fade a lot more than your typical Blonde, Brunette or Natural’s.
How To Keep My Colour Vibrant
After your first Colour, do not wash your Hair again for at least 48 hours, to allow enough time for the Colour to grab and settle in your Hair.
Wash your Hair less. The more you wash your Hair, the more your vibrancy will fade. Try and wash your Hair at least every 3 days, to get longer life out of your Colour.
When its time to Colour your roots, do not re Colour your full head of Hair. This method is not a good way to refresh your Colour. In fact you will end up with copious amounts of Colour Build Up making the Colour darker not brighter. Instead, when Colouring your roots, apply the Colour Top Up Technique. It is a great way to achieve an even, vibrant Colour without adding any Colour Build Up.
If you are an avid Colourer, particularly with Fashion Colours, maintain your Colour by doing a six month or annual Colour Remover to refresh and restart your Colour. This will keep your Hair free from Colour Build up and will improve the intensity of your future Colours.