Why does celebrity hair always look so perfect?
Celebrities have every tip, technique, and product for hair in the world at their disposal. So what are the secrets to hair color bliss? Are they available to us in the real world? Yes they are, and they're all captured for you below!
Celebrity hair color always has two or more colors in it to give it depth, unlike drug store colors with their flat one tone look. A celebrity's hair texture is successfully styled into something smooth and shiny if not glass like. There is no frizz or brassiness in sight. So how do they do it? Read on …
What tips, techniques and products are used when coloring celebrity hair?
Celebrities get their hair colored by a professional who specializes in European hair color or corrective color, or is a great artist. The hairstylist will "foil" the hair, using two or more colors to give the hair depth. Hairstylists will then put a "glaze" on the hair to seal in the color, to further tone the color, and to make the hair shine. These services are available in many salons. Usually the foiling with glaze is done every 2 to 3 months and can cost anywhere from $ 100 to $ 175 on average. A root touch-up and glaze is done every month and can cost between $ 25 to $ 100 on average.
How do celebrities keep their colored hair looking fresh, without brassiness between colorings?
Celebrities love Artec color depositing shampoos! These banish brassiness and keep their hair color looking fresh! Drew Barrymore told Allure magazine: "The best color shampoos I've discovered lately are the ones called ARTec. I use half Sunflower, half Walnut. Gorgeous. It comes out like a bronzy caramel chestnut." Jenna Elfman has changed her blonde hair to red with ARTec 'Strawberry Color Depositing Shampoo. Minnie Driver uses Cocobean to give her brunette hair depth, and fashion designer Donatella Versace mixes White Violet and Lemon Flower to keep her keep her hair platinum blonde. If the hair color has really faded the celebrity will have their hair glazed which tones down the color and make the hair shine between colorings. Celebrities use salon shampoos and conditioners from brands like ARTec and Bumble and Bumble which are formulated for colored hair because these help hold in the hair color for as long as possible and contain protective sunscreens (the sun can bleach out the color, so they wear hats ).
How do celebrities keep their colored hair looking healthy, smooth and shiny?
Celebrities use deep conditioners with protein in them very frequently to keep the hair texture from becoming too porous and rough. They create shine and smoothness by using ceramic irons on the hair, such as the celebrity favorite, the Sedu Flat Iron, or they curl the hair with gel, steam, or Velcro rollers, which hold curls longer than electric rollers. They trim off split ends with regular trims and have the ends of hair rolled under to hide them. Finally the hair is misted with a silicone based shine spray to complete the "red carpet" hair look!
Wow! Professional hair color can get expensive! So what is the closest we can get to a salon-style home hair coloring regimen?
For your two-color hair, you can now buy a great product right in your neighborhood drug store! Beauty experts consider L'Oreal Couleur Experte home hair color kit to be the best hair coloring product in the aisle because it gives you two colors for that multidimensional salon look! You first color your hair with a base shade and then paint on highlights with an easy to use tool. For your glazing treatment, try Clairol Nice and Easy Color Boosting Glaze in a shade recommended for your hair color. Use shampoos and conditioners for color treated hair. Your one splurge should be for the ARTec color depositing shampoo, as brassiness and color fade are no fun!
Source by Sara Liz