How Coloring My Hair Blue Affected My Daily Routine

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Mixing bowls, bleach, and lots of dry shampoo — that pretty much sums up the past year of my life with pastel hair. Since dying my hair pink in January 2018, I've been two other colors, first lilac and now blue. And for a long time, I dealt with the breakage typical of any double process, and I've tried dozens and dozens of different products in an attempt to reverse the damage.
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And now, a little over a year since my first dye job, I'm happy to report that my hair is finally feeling and looking strong — at least, according to my colorist Madison Garrett. Check out my hair routine in the video above.
Unwrapped Life The Hydrator Shampoo, $35, available at Unwrapped Life; Pureology Strength Cure Conditioner, $70, available at Ulta Beauty; Olaplex Hair Perfector No. 3, $28, available at Sephora; Overtone Deep Treatment, $28, available at Overtone; Verb Sea Texture Cream, $16, available at Sephora; Gisou Honey Infused Hair Oil, $84, available at Gisou; R+Co Spiritualized Dry Shampoo Mist, $28, available at R+Co.; Wet Brush Flex Dry Paddle, $12.99, available at Target.
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