Natural Source Damage Care Treatment, $22
Natural Source employs the reparative qualities of honey, propolis and royal jelly to restore and replenish moisture and shine to the tresses. The formula is also great for those avoiding sulphates, parabens and mineral oil.
L'Oreal Paris EverPure Moisture Colour Protect Conditioner, $18.50
Sulfate-, paraben- and colourant-free, L’Oreal’s vegan hair conditioner uses natural botanicals to quench parched tresses and protect against colour fade. It also contains UV filters to mitigate sun-related hair damage.
Goldwell Dualsenses Color Brilliance Conditioner, $24.50
Besides having a built-in colour protection system that prevents fading, the Goldwell conditioner is powered by Luminsecine Technology that transforms non-visible UV light into visible light to amplify colour vibrancy. Also works great on non-coloured hair with issues of tangling.
Oribe Conditioner for Beautiful Color, $73.44
Oribe’s formula contains a slew of botanical extracts ranging from watermelon, lychee and edelweiss flower to ginger root, jojoba and rice proteins to nourish, protect and fortify hair. It also has a Multilayered UV Protection system to prevent colour fading, dryness and damage by the sun.
Fudge Professional Everyday Clean Blonde Damage Rewind Violet Toning Conditioner, $23.50
Those with blonde hair looking to combat brassiness can look towards Fudge Professiona’s violet conditioner. The key technology is named Opti-Plex which touts to rewind damage inflicted by chemical treatments and thermal styling. The result is moisturised and refreshed strands.
IGK L.A. Blonde Purple Toning Treatment Spray, $47
Made with purple pigments, IGK’s leave-in treatment for blonde hair combats orange hues and restores icy, cool tones. Meanwhile, hyaluronic acid and purple rice work in conjunction to provide hydration as the formula provides heat protection up to 230 celsius.
Kérastase Elixir Ultime Shine Enhancing Hair Oil for Colored Hair, $70
Concentrated tea flavonoids and white tea extract are the main drivers in Kerastase’s Imperial Tea ingredients that work synergistically with maize, pracaxi, camellia and argan oil to replenish and restore stressed tresses. It also provides frizz control and heat protection up to 230 celsius.
Color Wow Dream Cocktail - Coconut Infused, $41.50
Color Wow uses coconut oil and a blend of fatty acids and emollients to create a moisturising film around the hair shafts that mimic the natural outer layer that is often stripped away during colouring. As a result, the leave-in treatment aims to deeply hydrate, soften and strengthen hair while providing manageability and smoothness.
Davines Nourishing Keratin Sealer, $36
Dealing with breakages and split ends post-colour? The Davines formula nourishes and seals hair cuticles to improve softness and shine. The hair-strengthening treatment is also paraben- and sulphate-free.
Abyssian Supergloss Hair Serum, $54
The primary plant extract in the Abyssian hair serum is Abyssinian oil. The oil contains high levels of phytosterols, omega 3, 6 and 9 and antioxidants to protect, moisture, lubricate and add shine to the hair. It is vegan and has no colourants, paraben or sulfates.