I have dark blonde hair and would like to lighten up a shade for spring and summer. Is there a way to do this without completely damaging my already dry hair?
Prepare for color by conditioning your hair. Bleaching is all about damage control. It doesn't have to be dyed, fried, and laid to the side. If highlighting isn't your thing, schedule a "break the base" service. This is using a permanent blonde shade applied in the salon to gently lighten and brighten your natural hair color. To cure split ends make sure you keep getting trims. If you're growing out your hair, ask the stylist to just dust off your ends to keep your strands healthy. To get a daily dose off conditioning, try Angelo David Vital Complex Leave-In Conditioner to detangle and keep your hair shiny.