Do you want to renew the appearance of your hair without having to undergo radical changes? The shine bath is one of the best alternatives to restore shine and healthy appearance to the hair, as well as reactivating the color (whether natural or not).

The shine bath enhances the natural color of hair that has never been dyed before , intensifies the color of each strand of previously dyed hair that is opaque, and also helps to recover chemically damaged hair.

On the other hand, the technique has no contraindications and can be repeated frequently . The process can be done as long as the hair looks dull and dull, lifeless and dull. Usually we can do it biweekly, as the glitter bath lasts up to eight washes.

The procedure is inexpensive and can be performed both professionally, in the vast majority of beauty salons, and at home, and can be a lifesaver for those with dyed hair. The shine bath is indicated between dyes, since it is when the hair is dull and lifeless.

5 tips for a perfect shine bath

But not only those women with colored hair can benefit from the shine bath, natural hair can also benefit from the technique without suffering unwanted color changes, achieving more shine and hydration.

1. Choose the right shade of dye

If you prefer to give a shine bath with coloring or dye, it is important to choose the right shade for your hair. The most indicated is the colorless totalizer, which can be used on all hair. But if you do not have access to this product, always use a shade above the hair color.

2. Use a skin protection cream

Just like when dyeing, the shine bath can end up staining the skin . Therefore, the most recommended is the region closest to the hair such as the forehead, temples, ears, neck, are protected with a petroleum jelly-based cream.

3. Be careful with allergies

This is good advice, especially for those who have never dyed their hair and do not know how the products can react, so beware of allergic reactions . Ideally, do not use the product in case of irritation, itching, sores on the scalp or in case of allergy to any component of the formula.

4. Fix the root before taking the shine bath

For those who have natural hair or dyed with a similar hue of the natural color, this will not be a problem. But if the natural color of your hair is very different from the color you are using, the ideal is that the root is retouched before the shine bath , since the pigmentation power of the technique is not so high in terms of coloring. proper.

5. Bet on moisturizing products

Regardless of the gloss bath recipe that you decide to follow, it is essential that the moisturizing products are not of poor quality, so that the result is more satisfactory . Invest in a good hydrating mask, vitamin ampoules, hydrating oils, and liquid Bepanthol to enhance the mix.

Natural shine bath recipes for hair

Vinegar : The mixture of white vinegar (alcohol or apple) mixed with water has a powerful moisturizing effect for our hair . It helps in the elimination of hair fat and likewise is an ally to give shine to the hair in a natural way , with this we also achieve that the hair color intensifies. It is not recommended to use it more than 1 time a week.

Black tea

For those women with dark hair tone, the best option is to use black tea as a shine bath, it is very efficient to enhance the dark color of the hair and also gives it a greater shine, which can be observed as a very healthy hair .

To apply it you must first wash your hair and then spray your hair with black tea and let it act for about 25 to 35 minutes. It is important not to abuse this shine bath as it can dry out the hair, giving an effect that we do not want.

Chamomile tea

For those women with blonde or light hair, the chamomile infusion will help to further highlight that golden color, giving it an ideal shine and hydration. Once you have washed your hair with shampoo, it is time to put this chamomile water and let it act for about 25 minutes, you can do it a couple of times a week, always taking into account the results it offers you.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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