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Here’s Why Your Red Hair Treatments Might Not Be Working

Make The Most Out of Your Hair Treatments, Gorgeous Redheads

Updated: October 30th, 2023

Hair treatments are great for keeping red hair soft, healthy, and shiny, but if you’ve noticed your masks, balms, creams, deep conditioners or oils aren’t quite working this might be why.

You need to wash your red hair

Check the packaging for your treatment, but it should tell you where in your routine to use it. Some treatments are meant to be left sitting in the hair for some time and then washed out. This would make you think you should put it in dirty hair, but that’s not always the case.

If you are looking for a redhead-approved shine shampoo to add to your routine, look no further:

Finally Glossy® Shine & Luminosity Shampoo for Redheads

It took many years to custom-make the Finally Glossy® formula and we’re so excited for redheads to enjoy it. We’re thrilled to release another clean redhead beauty product. It is paraben-free, cruelty-free, sulfate-free, petroleum-free, mineral-oil, and vegan. It also contains no perfume, is free of gluten and is silicone-free, phthalate-free, formaldehyde-free and cocamidopropyl betaine-free. This clean formula is formulated with Vitamin B3, olive oil, coconut oil and green tea.

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Looking for the perfect hair towel to go with your new shampoo? Look no further!

How to be a Redhead Soft Microfiber Hair Towel

When drying your hair opt to use a microfiber towel! Introducing the How to be a Redhead Soft Microfiber Hair Towel for Redheads. Because wet hair is at its most vulnerable, this custom microfiber towel gently and carefully absorbs moisture from your red hair and dries it quickly, all while protecting it from stretching and breakage. This design is uniquely shaped to wrap all of your hair securely (no matter the length), with an elastic strap to comfortably keep things in place. Your hair journey starts here, redheads.

It’s not the right treatment

Not all treatments are created equally and not every treatment will work for your hair. Figure out what hair concerns you need to tackle and find a product specifically focusing on that. If your hair is dry or frizzy, try a hydrating treatment. If your hair is damaged or over-processed, try a repairing treatment and if you’re looking for shine try something with oils in it. 

You’re not leaving it in enough

Most hair treatments need to be left in a minimum of 10-20 minutes. This gives it plenty of time to soak into the hair before being washed out. Try applying your hair treatment and then stepping out of the shower if you don’t have the time to wait, or do it while in the bath

READ: Why Second-Day Red Hair is Better than First Day Red Hair

READ: Six Ways to Have Soft, Shiny Red Hair Inexpensively

Rock it like a Redhead!