If You Colour Your Hair, This Is The Shampoo To Use
The beauty industry moves at an extremely fast pace and there's literally a new trend every day.
Of course, if you colour your hair regularly, you'll need to make sure you're taking proper care of it.
Enter chelating shampoo which might be about to revolutionise the way we wash our locks.
Mimi Chatter spoke to Mark Debolt of Wella Haircare and Marie Robinson Salon in New York City to find out what exactly is the deal with chelating shampoos.
Apparently, these shampoos are the best way to remove minerals which attach to hair fibres.
When your hair is coloured, you're likely to end up with more build-up because of the extra products you're adding to your tresses.
When your hair is coloured, you're likely to end up with more build-up.
If you've ever experienced it, you'll know how grim your hair feels when chemical build-up is present and it doesn't matter how many times you wash it if you're using the wrong shampoo.
Build-up can also have an impact on bleaching and colouring hair so it's something you'll really want to take care of.
Simply put, chelating shampoos remove intense mineral and product build-up. They're also recommended if you live in an area with hard water or swim on a regular basis.
Although clarifying shampoos have long been used for this purpose, they're harsher than chelating which is why you might want to consider swapping.