With no dates set for salons to reopen, many of us are turning to at-home treatments to keep our colors fresh. If you’re nervous about box dye, color depositing masks are a great alternative.
Color-depositing conditioners and masks not only work to keep your hair color vibrant, but they also help add moisture. Instead of going into your hair like a dye, it stays on the top of the hair, leaving them to last only several washes. This also means it does not require bleaching and damaging your hair. It’s a brilliant way to extend the time between touch-ups. Here are several options for you to try.
Moroccan oil Color Depositing Mask (Click Here)
Moroccan oil created a deep conditioning mask that moisturizes while you get to try out a new temporary color. Curious to see how each color will appear on your hair? There’s a helpful chart on their website mapping out your potential results. Colors like aquamarine, hibiscus, and rose gold are available for blonde to medium brown hair while Bordeaux and cocoa will show up on light to dark brown hair.
Overtone (Click Here)
If you’re looking to jump into vibrant fashion colors, then look no further. Overtone’s line covers the entire rainbow. They recommend using it once a week or every time you are looking to freshen up your color.
dpHUE Gloss+ Sheer (Click Here)
Gloss+ is a semi-permanent hair color that works by staining the outside of the strands with pigment. Besides helping you get your ideal shade, it works as a deep conditioning treatment while adding shine and softness. dpHUE has a variety of colors, but they are only in the natural range.
Orlando Pita Play Ampli-Tint (Click Here)
Ampli-Tint is a color depositing hair mask available in four primary colors: cool blonde, golden blonde, copper red, and brunette. Developed for both natural and color-treated hair, this product works to either boost color or correct tone.
Keracolor Color+Conditioner (Click Here)
Eighteen colors, including a variety of fashion colors, Keracolor’s new conditioner allows you to change your color (if your hair is light enough), maintain color between salon visits, or even tone your hair. Their website is full of tips to achieve particular looks as well.