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Things You Should Do for Your Hair Before Going Blonde

With spring in sight and sunny days ahead, you may be toying with the idea of going blonde this summer. But before taking the plunge on your blonde ambitions, there are some considerations to make prior to booking the appointment. Now is the perfect time to start prepping for the process, so you’ll be ready to rock healthy blonde strands all summer long. Here are a few tips for meeting your blonde hair goals.


Talk to Your Hair Stylist

This might go without saying, but don’t bleach or lighten your own hair, especially if you have dark hair and have never been blonde before. Leave hair coloring to the professionals if you want to achieve your perfect shade.

Consult your stylist in person and bring photos of what you’re wanting for reference. What’s blonde to you (platinum), may not be in line with your stylist’s idea of blonde (golden tones with a deeper base)—for example. Your stylist takes into consideration the health of your hair and the ability to lighten it effectively. The conversation can continue from there, so you are both on the same page.

Strengthen Strands with Hair Masks

Before heading to the salon, you want your hair to be as healthy as possible because it becomes weakened by excessive bleaching. A reparative, protein-based treatment mask with antioxidants will improve hair strength, deeply nourish, and seal in moisture. Chemically-processed hair needs hydration and protection from breakage. Hair masks or treatments are good for all types of hair before and after coloring.

Spray a Leave-In Detangler

Another must-have hair prep is a high-quality hair detangler that provides the perfect balance of moisture and proteins while also protecting your hair from thermal and UV damage. After shampooing and conditioning, spray your leave-in detangler on towel-dried hair and comb through. This is essential, especially if you heat style and use a hairdryer.

Get Purple Toning Shampoo

Your at-home hair care products are extremely important to keeping your blonde hair healthy and brass-free. There’s nothing worse than gorgeous blonde hair that turns yellow or orange. Any old shampoo won’t suffice. A professional-grade purple or violet shampoo for toning will keep your blonde hair and highlights brighter and lighter. An excellent product will gently cleanse and reduce brassiness in blonde, gray, or any toned hair. You won’t need to use a purple toning shampoo every time you wash your hair because it will last through several washes.

Use Purple Conditioner for Tone and Non-Tone Days

In addition to purple shampoo, you need an everyday conditioner that’s formulated to moisturize and maintain your blonde hair until it’s time to go back to the salon. Prevent your hair from becoming dried out with a daily purple conditioner that can be used on both tone and non-tone shampoo days. You may also want to get an ultra-conditioning treatment that tones, brightens, strengthens, and repairs—all in one formula.

As needed, be sure you have also updated all of your styling tools, such as a wide-tooth comb, boar’s hairbrush, hairdryer, and curling iron to truly maximize your new ‘do.

About UNITE Hair

With 40-plus professional hair care products in their collection, UNITE Hair delivers on its commitment to provide high-performing, easy-to-use products developed for stylists with their clients in mind. UNITE Hair also offers a comprehensive educational program that goes beyond the chair. The brand’s premium hair care systems are available on their website and in salons throughout the world. From versatile styling and finishing products to a variety of shampoos and conditioners for different types of hair, UNITE Hair’s products are popular among celebrity stylists, their clients, and high-profile salons. Some of UNITE Hair’s systems include the 7SECONDS™, BOOSTA™, and BLONDA™ systems. Achieve your desired look with UNITE Hair’s versatile products.

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