Dying Your Hair? These Camille Rose Conditioners Are A Must, Here’s Why

Dying Your Hair? These Camille Rose Conditioners Are A Must, Here’s Why

There’s no denying that dying your do can come with some damage. Even the gentlest of dyes are designed to penetrate your hair follicles, or when it comes to bleach, even strip away your hair’s natural color so that the color of choice can be deposited.

That said, changing up our hair color can be a fun way to express personal style and flair. When you want a brand new look, dying your hair is one of the quickest ways to get there.

For those Rosettes who dig hair dye, we’ve curated a collection of conditioners your locks will love.

Remember those old-school cholesterol treatments that made tired hair bounce back to life like no other? Camille Rose is bringing them back with an original, natural twist. Our Buritti Nectar Repair Cholesterol treatment is a fan fave for a reason. A modern take on the cholesterol treatments we remember, this exotic blend for dry, brittle, & lifeless textured hair is updated with Amazonian Buritti fruit oil in an Omega 3, 6, and 9 blend combined with cocoa seed butter and coconut oil.

Apply a generous amount of Buritti Nectar repair to wet or dry hair. Leave on for 20 minutes then rinse with cool water while detangling your hair with a wide-tooth comb. Pro-tip: For extra conditioning, toss on a plastic cap and apply heat with a blow dryer before rinsing.

Color-treated hair needs a little extra attention, that’s why when it comes to conditioners, it’s best to choose one that goes deep. We love Jansyn’s Moisture Max Conditioner and our Strength Restorative Deep Conditioner for hair that desires a deeper level of moisture. Jansyn’s Moisture Max Conditioner is a moisturizing conditioner with a base of sweet coconut milk and virgin coconut oil droplets, blended with organic aloe vera juices, then thickened with rich shea and cocoa butters. But the nourishing doesn’t stop there - our mixture is then enriched with evening primrose, aromatic rosehip oil, and a shot of vitamin E to create this strengthening conditioner crafted to decrease the appearance of split ends and frizz.

After washing, apply an ample amount to wet hair, then detangle using fingers or a wide-tooth comb. Leave on for 3-5 minutes then cool-rinse. If your hair is in need of some repair and rejuvenation, check out Camille Rose Strength Restorative Deep Conditioner. Strength Restorative Deep Conditioner is a mix of wild-harvested ucuuba and ghee butter, cupuacu fruit, and aloe vera extract, created to penetrate, moisturize and soften all hair textures, replenishing nourishment and shine to depleted, dyed strands.

While hair is still wet after shampooing, work Strength Restorative Conditioner into your hair, then detangle using a wide-tooth comb or your fingers. Leave on for 35 minutes then rinse with cool water to seal in the moisture.

Looking for a leave-in? Look no further than Coconut Water Leave-in Conditioner. This lightweight leave-in moisture treatment is enriched with pure coconut waters, shea butter, marshmallow root, fruit extract, and flaxseed, grape, hemp, and sunflower oils all mixed together in a healing green tea brewed base for maximum moisture benefits. Use after cleansing and conditioning your hair, applying evenly from root to tip. Coconut Water Leave-in Conditioner can also be used to give dry hair a boost.

Whether your choose to color your hair or not is up to you, but if you do make sure to treat your tresses right with our #MixedFreshToOrder conditioners! Which ones are your faves?

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