Avoid the Fade with Color WOW Speed Dry Spray

Less heat, less damage and more style

wow

Let’s face it, most of us colour our hair. It doesn’t matter if we do it ourselves, right out of a box in our own bathroom, or if we pay top dollar for a “colourist” at a posh salon. When our colour treated hair looks good, we want it to last as long as possible!

There’s nothing better than that fresh from the salon, new colour experience. Your hair looks so rich, so shiny, and so perfect. But, unless you take care of that fabulous new look you’ll be disappointed in just a few short weeks or in some cases, even less. The gorgeous rich browns get muddy and dull looking. The beautiful shades of blonde suddenly look brassy and the vibrant reds just don’t look so vibrant anymore. We quickly find ourselves back in the salon, flipping through outdated magazines wondering if we need to get a second job or bank loan to help pay for the monthly investment.

To help us get the most out of that fresh hair colour experience Color WOW have a must-have for colour-treated hair. Speed Dry Blow Dry Spray dramatically reduces heat-styling time so that there is less physical stress on the hair and less heat exposure. This unique, alcohol-free blow dry spray counteracts porosity, keeping vital moisture inside the cuticle and forming a high-gloss, protective clear coat on the hair. It contains a blend of keratin proteins and silk amino acid and helps strengthen hair, while pathenol helps soften the hair for a healthier-looking texture.

What do you do with it? 

Shampoo and Condition your hair with Color Wow Security System as usual. Towel dry your hair. Generously spray Speed Dry blow-dry spray on hair and comb through. Blow-dry and finish. Color WOW products are currently available from House of Fraser, Sisters Beauty Lounge, Beauty by Edge, Imar Spa, The White Room, Jam, Blo Dry Bar DXB, Sharjah Ladies Club and Marquee Salon. Speed Dry is priced at 140 AED. For more information please visit www.colorwowhair.com

**Please note, Thumbay Group, Gulf Medical University, and HEALTH magazine are not liable nor responsible for the facts, figures, and overall content of the press releases on our portal.

Related Articles