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For the last week, I have been using Pantene Color Preserve Volume to help keep my color from fading. It has been working wonders on my hair which can sometimes be dull, lack luster and kinda dry. It is painful to admit that I let it get so bad.
Based on my talking to my hair stylist and doing research, I have learned a lot about hair dyeing. Apparently, when you dye your hair, you open the cuticle of your hair. Chemically-treated strands become porous, causing color pigments and moisture to easily escape. Some of this dryness is why I love dyeing my hair, but there is a dry limit that I don’t want to go past. Dyed hair, like mine, is a huge moisture sponge and I need to constantly take care of it so that is doesn’t get dull, dried out and environmental damage can turn your shade brassy.
To make my color stay put and add volume at the same, I have been using Pantene Color Preserve and Volume.
The Shampoo and Conditioner smell amazing. It has been making my hair so shiny, bouncy, and pretty. They are perfect for every day use as it is just as gentle as a sulfate free shampoo and conditioner. The best way to protect your hair from damage is by using Pantene shampoo and conditioner together.
I picked them up at Walmart this week. Walmart has a 2x money back guarantee. If you don’t feel like going to the store, you can always find Pantene at Walmart.com if you can’t make it to the store.
If you are looking for something besides volume, you should try Pantene Color Revival. This doesn’t add the volume, but instead gives you extra moisture.
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2 thoughts on “Pantene Color Preserve Volume”
You have beautiful hair I can’t wait to try them.
Thank you for sharing. I learned something today.