4 Brands You Shouldn’t Sleep On When It Comes To Protecting Your Hair Color

May 10, 2018  |  

Though retailers are working overtime to desegregate their hair care aisles, in many of our minds there are still certain products that are for Black girls and other brands that are for everyone else. And while it’s true not every company caters to the particular needs of our textured hair, there are some collections from mainstreambrands that are A-1 when it comes to our strands — particularly maintaining their sheen and shade after being colored.

The four brands below have been deemed Black girl approved when it comes to protecting color, whether your hair is natural, permed, or locked. Check out these lines you’ve likely been sleeping on and give them a second glance if you’ve been looking for a solution to keeping your color-treated hair healthy.

Garnier Fructis Color Vibrancy Treat 1 Minute Hair Mask

One minute is all you need to reap the benefits of this mask from Garnier that’s made of 98% naturally derived ingredients, including Goji Extract to keep hair smooth, soft, and color vibrant.

Dove Color Care Shampoo

Dove’s new color care shampoo is formulated with vibrant color lock to keep hues bright for up to 40 washes. Followed with the conditioner, color is maintained and hair moisturized.

Color Care Conditioner



TRESemmé Color Revitalize Shampoo

It’s hard to argue you can get more bang for your buck than 28 ounces of cleansing and conditioning for under $5 a piece. TRESemmé’s moisturizing Color Revitalize shampoo works in conjunction with a lightweight conditioner formulated with vitamin E to revitalize colored hair that’s dry and damaged.

TRESemmé Color Revitalize Conditioner

REDKEN color extend shampoo and conditioner

This duo helps clean, detangle, and protect hair against color fading. It repels UVA/UVB rays and other environmental aggressors to optimize color retention and has cranberry oil and ceramide to moisturize and strengthen hair to prevent breakage.

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