“You’re a redhead? You don’t look like you have red hair to me.”
Is it just us or do you HATE when someone says the above?
Fading red hair is a beauty dilemma many redheads face, especially during the winter. It can happen to redheads of all ages. Your red locks can turn either strawberry blonde or brassy brown, depending on your natural red color. Many natural redheads can have a difficult time taking the plunge to ‘up’ the red in their hair. We get it. Natural redheads are proud to be, well… natural.
Don’t worry, you’re in luck. There are several ‘redhead friendly’ glosses currently on the market that are great for making red hair more vibrant. Plus, you won’t have to go to the salon and dish out unnecessary money to get glosses every 8-12 weeks. These products can all be used at home and they’re all super easy to use*. Plus, they’re ‘Redhead Friendly’ approved!
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This semi-permanent hair color gloss (seen in the February H2BAR Box) adds a dose of shine and refresh to faded red tones. Opt for the Radiant Hair Color Kit if you do not have the tools necessary to achieve this at home, such as gloves (to avoid getting color on your nails and hands) and a cap.
$30, Shop now
Watch the H2BAR tutorial below on how to use the product!
This new masque from ALOXXI is cruelty-free, paraben-free and sulfate-free. After doing a successful strip test apply a generous amount to damp hair. Work through with fingers. Leave on for 3-5 minutes then rinse thoroughly.
$20, Shop now
Another ‘redhead friendly’ color enhancer to add a hint of color and a dose of shine to help fight color-fading and dullness.
$26, Shop now
Add a boost of color and shine with this gloss and deep conditioner. Leave on for 10-20 minutes depending on the desired effect you’re looking for. All H2BAR Box subscribers might remember the dpHUE brand in a July 2016 box!
$30, Shop now
Which gloss will you be trying on your red hair? Comment below!
*If you have dyed your hair blonde and/or color your hair frequently, please consult with your hairstylist/colorist about using a gloss.