7 Easy Steps to Correct Your Color at Home With The Barefoot Blonde
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7 Easy Steps to Correct Your Color at Home With The Barefoot Blonde

While we love our vibrant salon-colored hair, maintaining those flawless locks is no walk in the park. A week ago, I colored my hair a shade darker to get a more natural-looking blonde that would grow easier and look richer. Like many blondies, my color always pulls yellow, and using purple shampoos to help leaves my hair extremely dry. Luckily, Kérastase launched their new advanced color-correcting system, Reflection Chromatique, and it works like magic! The collection comes with two shampoos (one sulfate-free and one for drier hair), a conditioner, and a masque. This personalized hair-care system contains Touche Chromatique color pens that work for each woman’s unique shade.

Ditch the pricey trip to the salon with the easy-to-follow steps below. Your color will be vibrant and rich, so you can say buh-bye brassy hair and hello to a blonde/brunette bombshell!

STEP 1

Pick your color. Choose the pen shade best suited for your hair color.

  • Cool Blonde: Neutralizes yellow shades
  • Cool Brown: Neutralizes red shades
  • Copper: Revives copper shades
  • Red: Revives red shades

Step 2

Add the masque. Take the bowl that comes with the kit and add Kérastase Masque Chromatique ($63) to the dosage line.

Step 3

Add the color. Add 10 pumps of your preferred Touche Chromatique shade.

Step 4

Mix: Mix together evenly.

step 5

Shampoo: Shampoo your hair with the Bain Chromatique ($41), rinse, and towel dry.

Step 6

Apply the color mixture. Apply the color mixture to damp hair.

step 7

Rinse: Let the formula sit for five minutes and then rinse!

And that’s all there is to it! Just seven easy steps and you’re ready for your close-up (with a little extra spending money too!).

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