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Refresh Dull Summer Strands with Much-Needed Shine

by October 26, 2017

madison reed hair gloss before and after

Image by Madison Reed

There’s something comforting about the return of sweater weather: the crunch of leaves, rich soup, decorative gourds and warming up summer-faded locks with a gorgeous Color Reviving Gloss. If you haven’t already, fall is the perfect time to try a gloss. Check out this Before & Happily Ever After of Colleen, our Social Media Manager:

madison reed hair gloss before and after

Colleen used a blend of Color Reviving Gloss shades, mixing 2 parts Amaretto with 1 part Miele and applying it all over her hair to achieve this deep, rich russet. It doesn’t get any easier–or glossier–than that.

Wondering if Gloss is right for you? The short answer is yes, but if you need more info, here’s Gloss at a glance:

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What is Gloss?

Color Reviving Gloss is a sheer, semi-permanent tint that gives you a visible color and shine boost for the next 6-8 shampoos. (Two uses per tube is typical.) Gloss enhances your current color and corrects tone as needed. If you’ve noticed your color growing dull over time, you can choose a gloss that adds warmth and dimension, which is perfect for the fall months. You can also correct unwanted brassy tones with a gloss that cools your color down. It all comes down to what your color needs...whatever it is, there’s a Gloss for that.


How do I use a Gloss?

You should use Color Reviving Gloss in between coloring to refresh faded tones, but, you can also use Gloss every time you color. Apply permanent color to your roots and outgrowth, then apply Gloss to your mid-lengths down to your ends and let process simultaneously. We use this method in our Color Bars to ensure your roots are fully covered but your ends aren’t over-processed. Pretty cool—or warm, depending on what you’re looking for. ;)