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10 Best Products To Help Take Care Of Coloured Hair

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Getting your hair coloured is a pretty big beauty step and a rather legit commitment. If you manage to get your mother’s stamp of approval on your ‘I want to colour my hair’ application (I haven’t yet), then you know that once you’ve stepped into the world of hair hues, there’s no turning back.

Since your virgin hair is exposed to harsh chemicals present in the colours, such as bleach, ammonia, etc., the follicle becomes weak, dry, and damaged.

Coloured hair needs special care, and not just your basic lather, rinse, repeat. An intense nourishment regime needs be put in place.

Besides using a colour protection shampoo and conditioner, you need to go the extra mile and nourish your locks with a mask, cream, oil, or serum. This is mainly because your hair is exposed to harsh chemicals, which strip off its natural oils, making it more prone to breakage.

Besides protecting your hair, these products will help with developing the colour and retaining it, rather than letting it fade.

So pick out the best for your luscious locks this season, and check out our selection of hair care products that will nourish your dry and damaged coloured hair.

Have an queries about coloured hair? Ask us in the comments below!


TIGI Bed Head Colour Goddess Miracle Treatment Mask (Rs 3,117)


Biotique Bio Almond & Cashew Replenishing Serum (Rs 135)

Innisfree Camellia Essential Hair Oil Serum (Rs 900)


Kiehl’s Sunflower Color Preserving Deep Recover Pak (Rs 2,650)

Kiehl’s Olive Fruit Oil Deeply Repairative Hair Pak (Rs 2,800)

L’Oreal Professionnel Absolut Repair Lipidium (Rs 600)

Matrix Biolage Ultra Hydrasource Hydrating Masque (Rs 466)

L’Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil Colour Glow Oil (Rs 4,529)


Osmo Silverising Violet Protect & Tone Styler (Rs 790)


Yves Rocher Spray Protector (Rs 950)


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