How To

How To Use Color Care Whipped Glaze

We love fall and it’s burnt orange hues — except when it comes to our hair. With summer coming to a close, our tans are fading fast and so are our blonde highlights. But, fear not, our team of scientists and stylists created the perfect silicone-free solution for our brassy-hair woes.

With our Color Care line, you can help stop color fading and improve the health of your hair, without any trade-offs. The system protects and enhances color — and the Color Care Whipped Glaze Light just won Allure’s Best of Beauty award.

Here’s how it works:

When you start to see a shift in your tone, use the Color Care Whipped Glaze to boost color vibrancy in between hair treatments.

  1. Start with clean, detangled towel-dried hair. We recommend using Color Care Shampoo and Conditioner to start.
  2. Then, start by shaking the can while holding it upright. Dispense a small amount into your palm. Working in sections, apply from roots to ends. 
  3. Comb through to evenly distribute (and do not rinse).
  4. Wash your hands and style hair as usual. We recommend reapplying after every other time you wash your hair to make the most out of your color.

If you don’t have blonde hair, we also have a Color Care Whipped Glaze for dark tones that also boosts vibrancy, counteracts color fading, and helps to rebalance tone. Trust us, the power of the purple whip is unparalleled. 🙌 The only downside? You may start to miss your hairdresser.

Looking for more tips and tricks with our award-winning products? 

Check out our recommendations on how to use our best-selling Dry Shampoo.

Share your Whipped Glaze results with us on social media @livingproofinc.

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Living Proof Review Team

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