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Best For Blondes: The Haircare You Need

Best For Blondes: The Haircare You Need

Everyone wants to be a blonde, or at least have an ombre, but it can be so hard to keep up if you're naturally dark haired. Today we're sharing with you the products that we like to use to keep our blondes bright and healthy even in the winter. 

DryBar Blonde Ale Shampoo and Conditioner, $27 Each

For girls with naturally lighter hair, or who do find that their hair doesn't pull red, a gentle, purple shampoo and conditioner can nip any orange tones in the bud when using everyday. Help cool down your color with this gentle duo suited for every hair type. 

Amika Bust Your Brass Shampoo, $24

This shampoo is the heavy duty kick that most dyed-blondes need. Use this once a week to keep brasiness at bay and keep your blonde cool. 

Hask Deep Conditioning Repair, $5

Photo: @kaylacwatters

Photo: @kaylacwatters

These deep conditioners by Hask are a lifesaver on the cheaper end of the spectrum. They come in Packets for $2, or a full tube for $5 with different ingredients per need. The Repairing packet is just as good as any high-end reparative conditioner, for a fraction of the cost, and can help to save dry, bleached hair. 

IGK Walnut Scrub, $36

With constantly dying roots, and applying thick masks and special haircare, product buildup can be a huge problem for blondes, as can dry scalp. Using a scalp scrub like the IGK Walnut Scrub can eliminate any dandruff or buildup, while stimulatng the scalp to help woth growth and healthy bloodflow. 

#UOBeauty: The Cruelty-Free Edit

#UOBeauty: The Cruelty-Free Edit

The Holiday Sets We Picked Up This Year

The Holiday Sets We Picked Up This Year