Toning at home is worth the effort: Color Masks refresh your hair color between salon visits

May 02, 2022

Toning at home is worth the effort: Color Masks refresh your hair color between salon visits

Why doesn’t hair dye tend to last in the hair? This is the eternal question that keeps our minds occupied from time to time. Even the best hair color eventually fades once it’s tried its best to hold on as long as possible at the mercy of different shampoos and heat-based styling tools. Just like all the best things in life, if you want to maintain your hair color, you have to work for it. Fortunately, toning and maintaining the color at home is easy, and you can do it in your own bathroom.

Sometimes we may take a little too long in between our coloring sessions because, let’s be honest, there are more important things in life than touching up your roots every two weeks. Roots or no roots, the hair doesn’t have to seem faded or flat, as you can keep up your color maintenance at home. Not only can you use Four Reasons Color Mask products to tone your hair from light to brown, but you can also use them to maintain your own tone or to make subtle changes.

Apply the toning Four Reasons Color Mask in your hair instead of a regular conditioner or shampoo and refresh your hair color between salon visits. Plant-based proteins and amino acids in the Color Mask Toning Treatment intensive treatment tones, strengthens, and nourishes your hair leaving it soft and shiny. Color Mask Shampoo, on the other hand, gently cleanses the hair while effectively toning it. A toning shampoo is an excellent choice when you’re looking for an intensive result. You should also try the intensely toning Color Mask Intense direct dyes that work wonders on maintaining shock colors, for example. 

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