Taking Care of Blonde Hair

Since gradually shifting to Blonde I have noticed that my hair is drier, needing more attention and maintenance  to keep it healthy.  This is particularity noticeable after my hair dries and looks like a puff ball!

Here are my helpful tips to get the best out of your dyed Blonde hair.



I only wash my hair once or twice a week. Being lightened I find it doesn’t get as oily and if it does then dry shampoo or a little talc takes the edge off.

When washing use a Sulfate Free Shampoo and Conditioner. Sulfates can damage your hair colour and allow it to turn yellow. Sulfate Free Shampoo and Conditioners are great for all chemically coloured hair.

Use a Purple Shampoo, the purple tone helps cancel out and even out yellow tones. I use Blonde Sexy Hair Sulfate Free Bright Blonde Shampoo.

After air drying or gently towel drying your hair add moisture back in with a hair oil


Use a protein hair mask to strengthen your hair cuticle after has been weakened by the lightening process. This will help minimize hair breakage. What are your recommendations? I’m looking for a new one to try!

Monthly – Six Weekly

I have my hair foiled, so get maintain your roots by having them regularly done four/ six weekly and your ends trimmed to keep split ends away.


What are your favorite tips and products for keeping your Blonde hair in great condition?


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