If you have color-treated hair like I do, then maybe like me you struggle to find a shampoo that cleans well but doesn’t strip or fade your color or highlights. After lots of searching and so many trials, I’ve finally found a bunch of shampoos that work perfectly for preserving my hair color… and I’m happy to share! Here’s my list of 7 shampoos for color-treated hair.
Price: $15.00 at aveda.com
Organic peppermint and lavender give this all-natural shampoo a glorious herbal smell, and other ingredients give it what all shampoos for color-treated hair should be — it protects your hair color from fading and leaves it silky and smooth.
Price: $22.00 at philosophy.com
While it doesn’t say it’s been specifically designed for color-treated hair, I’ve noticed that it doesn’t strip my hair of its color at all! I love the scent and it leaves my hair soft and smooth.
Price: $20.00 at sephora.com
What if your shampoo could moisturize your hair, so your conditioner didn’t have to do all the work itself? That’s the idea behind this shampoo, perfect for color-treated hair. It has sea-algae in it to moisturize hair, and to lock in the moisture.
Price: $24.00 at sephora.com
This shampoo smells so good, you won’t have to wear perfume when you use it! It contains coconut and jojoba oil, and reminds me of summer. The best part, though, is that it’s gentle enough to use evry day, even on damaged and color-treated hair.
Price: $22.00 at sephora.com
If you’re mostly concerned with keeping your hair color from fading and looking dull, then this is the shampoo for you! It’s designed to keep your hair looking and feeling just as good as it did the very first day.
Price: $23.00 at sephora.com
This shampoo is available only online, so you know it has to be something unique! And it is, too, made to be incredibly gentle and also designed to make sure your color and highlights look fresh and new for as long as possible.
Price: $30.00 at sephora.com
Did you know hair, especially color-treated hair, can show signs of aging? But this shampoo, while a little pricey, is designed to fight the signs of aging in your hair, even after just the very first use!
Using any these shampoos will help keep your hair soft and silky, and help prolong the life of your color and highlights… which of these shampoos do you think works best for color-treated hair? Or do you have another shampoo you think works better? Please let me know… it’s almost time for another round of highlights!
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