I’m sharing #MyOliaStory as part of a Garnier sponsored series for Socialstars™
Do you have color treated hair? Check out the best tips for your hair to keep your color fresh!
For the last 4 months or so I’ve been documenting my experience with Garnier Olia and sharing #MyOliaStory. I’ve been dyeing my hair for years and I’ve chosen everything from fashion colors to natural colors outside of my natural blonde. When I first started this journey, I was a very light pastel purple and I was looking for a more natural color. I’ve become quite familiar with color treated hair and thought I would share some of my tips with you as we wrap up this journey.
My first post was How To Go from Pastel Hair to Brown Hair where I outline my entire process for you, tutorial style. A lot of steps went into this and I was super happy with the results. The shade was perfect and my hair felt smooth and soft.
TIP 1 || Use a dye like Garnier Olia, an ammonia free hair color, powered by 60% oil.
TIP 2 || Cool water is your friend when you first rinse the color you’ll want to do this with cool water and no shampoo.
I was really enjoying the color my hair was fading into by the next post, so I decided to walk your through an at home hair tutorial and show off the color.
TIP 3 || Use products that are specifically for color treated hair.
TIP 4 || Be nice to your hair, give yourself a hair mask at least once a week.
I really enjoyed Garnier Olia, my hair always felt soft when I was finished dyeing it. It was never super dry and the lasted a long time. I barely had any fading when it was time to refresh my color. I’ve even listed it as one of the 8 Things I Do When I’m Feeling Blue.
TIP 5 || Stay away from heat tools, let your hair air dry.
Garnier Olia has a range of colors to choose from and one is sure to fit your needs. It’s a healthy hair dye that leaves your hair feeling super shiny. Bonus, it’s the best hair dye for gray coverage. I’m not sure where this hair journey will take me next but I know for at-home color from the drugstore, Garnier Olia is my main squeeze.