Hot water doesn't only dry out your skin; it can decrease the life of your hair color. The temperature opens up your cuticle, releasing your precious color—and moisture. For best results shampoo with BC Color Freeze then rinse with room-temp water, towel dry, condition with BC Color Freeze, then rinse with the coldest water you can stand to seal that cuticle shut, This will provide longer-lasting color, keeping your locks nice and hydrated while also you could use BC Sealed Ends to help eliminate split ends."
Protect your hair in the sun and chlorine. Use a hair protector BC Color Freeze CC Control Cream : A weightless leave-in treatment for complete control with heat protection and SPF when in the sun, pool, and ocean to keep your color from fading.
Wait to Wash Your Hair as Long as Possible
The new dry shampoo such as OSIS Refresh Dust on the market can be a boon to newly-colored hair because when you wash less, color lasts longer. "I always have my clients not wash their hair after color for as long as they can go—at least 24 to 48 hours," When you do have to wash, opt for a gentle sulfate-free shampoo such as BC Color Freeze.
Try a Shower Filter
This will remove chemicals, chlorine, and minerals from your shower water, Hard water strips your hair's color and natural oils; these filters minimize color rinsing down the drain.
Use a Thermal Protectant
This will protect against heat damage from styling tools. Thermal protectants such as OSIS Flatliner will help reduce color fade by keeping the integrity of the hair in good condition.
Deep conditioning or at-home masks such as BC Color Freeze or BC Repair Rescue are a great idea before you color to strengthen and moisturise your hair, The conditioner or mask is designed to get deep in the hair follicle to moisturize. The better the quality of your hair the longer your color will last. However an instant treatment on the day of your color will help protect your rich brunette or vibrant red and help them last longer last longer.