14.01.2016 0 Yavar Assil

Orange hair spray & volumizing shampoo

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How to Soften Hair after using orange hair spray

Three Parts:

Adding back moisture to your hair, maintaining good hair condition with volumizing shampoo.

You've finally got the color of orange hair spray you wanted -- but now the texture of your hair feels more like straw. Luckily, you can have the best of both worlds. With the right products, the right habits, and maybe a few well-timed trips to the fridge, your perfectly use of orange hair spray on hair can be perfectly soft.


Blue hair spray

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Condition your hair right after blue hair spray. Usually some sort of conditioner is included with the blue hair spray product that is to be applied. If there is not, condition your entire head using your usual conditioner, leave in for at least three minutes, and then rinse out with cool water.

  • In general, don't buy a product of blue hair spray that doesn't come with a built-in conditioner. Dyes are very hard on your tresses and shouldn't be something you do without some reparation process after.

Use a deep conditioning treatment. In addition to your regular conditioning routine, use a deep conditioner once a week. If you get oily roots, simply rub the conditioner just into the tips of your hair. After a few minutes, it can be rinsed out.

  • Some conditioners are leave-in. If this is the case with yours, just dab or spray it on when your hair is damp out of the shower, and you're done!

Purple hair spray

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Every time you shower, start with warm water and finish in cold. Warm water opens up your hair follicle and cold water seals it back up. In other words, warm water will allow your hair to soak up the moisture and cold water will keep it inside. So resist that urge to take a hot shower; your tresses will thank you later!

 Maintaining good hair condition


Don't wash your hair every day. Washing your hair actually dries it out, so if you can avoid it for a few days, do so (why the ponytail was invented, really). When you shower, throw your hair up and put it in a cap to keep it out of your way. Just because you don't wash your hair doesn't mean you're not showering!

  • Everyone has different needs. Some of us will need to wash every two days, some of us once a week. Just take a look at your roots: If they're oily, wash 'them. If not, bask in the extra time you have to get ready in the morning!

When you do wash your hair, use a good shampoo and purple hair spray. You want shampoo that's not too heavy and sulfate-free. If they have added oils for nourishment, that's good, too. And it should be good for purple hair spray colored-treated hair, of course!

  • Concentrate the shampoo on the roots and the conditioner on the ends. Conditioner is generally oilier -- you want nourished ends, not greasy roots.


Refrain from using heated styling tools whenever possible. Heated tools will only further dry and damage your hair. It'll be a sacrifice, but it can be done. Ponytails, headbands -- that frizz can be hidden. Think of it as a short-term solution for a long-term problem. So ditch the iron and go as natural a few days a week. You should see improvements in a few weeks' time.

  • If you're in a tight spot, try turning the heat down on your curling iron or straightened. It's not as good as using it, but it's better than nothing.


Get your hair trimmed regularly. For most, once a month is ideal if you're experiencing damage issues. Since the tips of hair seem to take the most damage from the hair dye, this is the best way to solve the problem. And for most of us, our hair doesn't grow beyond a certain point -- getting a trim will help rejuvenate it. And proper use of purple hair spray



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