How About that for .........
.......................Don Thy Apparel
'' The porosity of your hair is extremely important, in order for your hair to be healthy, strong, shining and hold color properly. If hair can't hold color well, then 6-7 days after its freshly colored ... it will begin to fade. Good porosity = Good Strength. Good Strength = Bold Hair Color for a longer period of time. Good Porosity = Shiny Hair. Porosity is a very important quality for healthy shiny hair. Here's a blog post on porosity if you're not really sure what yours is: http://killerstrands.blogspot.co
" Lastly... this recommendation is coming from me, (April) If you're having problems with your hair feeling awful and looking dry or frizzy, go to KC's store and pick up some Thriven, Intensive, and Gleam. After you use the Thriven overnight a few times, you will already notice a huge difference. Intensive is my absolute favorite conditioner on the planet. You can use it daily and you will definitely want it for after you color your hair because it will put the pH back to normal. And then Gleam is an oil that I use every day, just a bit on the ends. I don't go a day without it. And you will also use that right BEFORE you color your hair so that when your developer is processing your color, the oils will go into the strands right along with the color and make it nice and healthy. Gleam replaces Lipids missing which is what dry, dull hair needs to be repaired. "
I had platinum-white hair when I first found this group and it was fried. Super duper dry and frizzy and unmanageable. I did all of the above and my hair has NEVER felt better. I joke that it's as soft as a kitten now. lol. Also, the shampoo train will help your hair feel soooo much better too. The Malibu2000 packets are AMAZING. "