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By: Michelle Herrera Mulligan
To revamp brown hair, think out of the box. Though changing color and adding highlights make a huge difference, choosing the right products and rethinking your diet is just as important. Here are celebrity hair stylist and Pantene expert Carlos Vera’s tips:
If you’re thinking of changing color, “Those with an olive complexion should try reddish or golden brown tones, including a deep brown, strawberry blond or natural golden blond,” says Vera. “For highlights, you can go with blonde, light brown, or golden to complement your eyes.”
To make a dramatic difference, don’t stop your treatment at the beauty salon. Lifestyle choices are just as important: “Drinking lots of water keeps hair shiny, because the dehydrated body depletes hair of moisture first,” says Vera.
A few more pointers:
1. Minimize your time under the dryer. Heat appliances damage hair.
2. Style it straight. Sleek tresses are shinier than curly because light doesn’t bounce off of it.
3. Eat oily fish and dark green vegetables. Omega-3s and omega-6 essential fatty acids help contribute iron and vitamin E for healthy, shiny hair.
4. Don’t forget to deep condition. “It’s the simplest way to make your hair shiny.
Michelle Herrera Mulligan is the managing editor of Las Fabulosas.