4 Ways to Maintain Honey Blonde Hair

4 Ways to Maintain Honey Blonde Hair


Honey blonde hair is a beautiful color that you can have if you follow the right steps. The color will stay longer if you take care of it properly. Here are some tips that will help you achieve this look:

Honey Blonde Hair

If you’re looking for a new look, consider the honey blonde hair color. This shade is a mix of blonde and honey, which means that it looks nice on everyone from pale skin to dark brown or black hair!

How to achieve this look

If you want a honey blonde look, here’s how to achieve it:

  • Use a high-quality dye. A professional hair stylist should be able to recommend the best dye for your hair type and desired results. If they don’t know what would work best for you, ask them! They may also recommend trying multiple different colors until you find one that works best in combination with your natural color.* Ask for a color that is two shades lighter than your natural color (if possible). This will give more even tones across all areas of the head, which makes it easier to maintain throughout the winter months when heat styling is less frequent.* Make sure your stylist has experience with bleaching hair or toning before using any specific products or techniques on these types of clients.* Always ask about maintenance tips such as shampooing every other day or taking off makeup at night instead of waiting until morning like most people tend not do anymore because doing so gives us less chance of forgetting something important like…
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Maintaining the color

  • Don’t use a color-safe shampoo and conditioner. These products won’t strip your hair of its natural moisture, which is what causes breakage. Instead, they’re formulated to protect against UV rays by containing SPF in their formulations.
  • Use a good quality shampoo and conditioner that doesn’t contain sulfates or silicones—anyone who’s had blonde hair knows how frizzy it gets if you don’t wash it every day! These ingredients are designed to make hair feel softer but will actually dry out the cuticle layer at this early stage of growth (think: damaged ends).
  • Use a color-safe shampoo like DevaCurl No-Poo Cleansing Conditioner ($26), which has botanical extracts like aloe vera & mandarin oils for moisture retention through the day; or Bumble and Bumble Lightening Complex Shampoo ($30). If you want something more potent than just an oil based cleanser try Babo Botanicals Deep Moisture Shampoo ($24). This product is great because it contains both tea tree oil + argan oil so that even after repeated washes there won’t be any buildup on your hair shafts due to all those harmful dyes/perms etcetera

Maintaining your hair after bleaching

  • Avoid heat. If you want to keep the color of your hair as vibrant as possible, avoid using heat on it for at least two weeks after bleaching. You can use a heat protectant spray before using any hot tools (blowdryers, flat irons) and even just brushing through wet hair with the brush will help protect against damage from harsh chemicals and temperatures.
  • Use a deep conditioner once or twice a week instead of shampooing every day because this helps repair damaged strands while they’re still damp in between shampoos so they won’t become brittle or dry out as quickly when washed again later on down the line!

Don’t forget to do a deep condition once a month.

  • Deep condition once a month. To avoid dryness, you should use a protein treatment or deep conditioning mask once a month to help keep your hair healthy and prevent split ends.
  • Use heat protectant before you blow dry your hair. Blow drying can damage your locks if you don’t use the right tools for the job. Look for products that are made specifically for blow drying: they’ll contain ingredients like argan oil and keratin that will help prevent breakage while also adding shine!
  • Don’t wash your hair every day! If possible, try not to wash it too often because this can strip natural oils from the scalp and make it prone to frizzing up after only one shampooing session (which isn’t good).


Maintaining your honey blonde hair means taking care of it properly. It’s not a maintenance-free process, but it does help to keep the color bright and beautiful for longer. Remember that you can enhance the honey blonde look by adding highlights or lowlights into your hair every few months. If you want to go back to your natural color, then it may be time for professional blonde regrowth treatments at a salon like ours!