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My niece is a hairstylist & recommended what I feel is a great product for me.
It is called ARTEC. They have coloring deposit shampoos & conditioners in a vast array of shades. It has really helped with the fading I used to get between colorings, especially with the summer sun.
 

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They have so many different selections, plus the suppliers that we buy it from don't sell it anymore. They had it on clearance and they just dont sell it. I guess people dont use it that much. The ARTEC that you are talking about is just like Biolage's stuff and Redken's that deposits color. Its not as good as actually going back to put color in your hair if you want good results or if you are gray. (gray takes longer to deposit color). You could just use shampoo meant especially for people who have color. Try using Paul Mitchell's Color Care line. I use it and I have Highlights, but I got them by using bleach which is totally different from color but can still fade and get dull. I use the shampoo and its pretty good depending on your hair type and condition. My mom is a hair color specialist and is pretty good when it comes to doing hair.
 

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Bleached hair doesn't fade, you just have a buildup of mineral deposits. Use a deep clarifier twice a week or so and your hair will be brighter and less dull.
 

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Bleached hair doesn't fade, you just have a buildup of mineral deposits. Use a deep clarifier twice a week or so and your hair will be brighter and less dull.
i guess fade is a bad choice of words but yeah i do clarify to get rid of buildup. just not that often. Clarifying shampoos can actually dry out your hair if you use them too much. which is why i dont.
 
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