Go Blonde and Get Healthy Hair

Dry Brittle Blonde Hair

Lives of Style’s Monday with Michael ™ ©2016, provides expert advice on hair colour, styling, care and conditioning—for a more beautiful YOU.

Our Lives of Style Authority: Master Colourist to the Stars: Michael Canale–in the business for over 30 years, is renowned for creating natural sun-streaked hair and classic blonde shades that get raves.

One of Hollywood’s most sought-after colourists, Canale’s clients have included movie star royalty like Jennifer Aniston, Cameron Diaz, Penelope Cruz, Heidi Klum, Carolyn Murphy, Carmen Electra, Denise Richards and more.

Canale is a staple on Allure’s “Best of the Best” as a superior hair colourist who “lightens blondes to a baby-like perfection.”

The summer is almost over and if your like millions of women who love being light blonde, you’re hair might be fried from colour, heat, chlorine and more. One of Canale’s greatest talents is making your hair look sun-kissed while keeping it healthy. He shares tips for ensuring that your tresses shine.

Lives of Style: If a client’s hair is very dry from using heat from a hairdryer and a flat iron in addition to highlights what can she do before colouring to minimize breakage?

Michael: Your hair can get brittle if you are over bleaching or over using heat. It’s important to let your colourist know what’s really going on. I’ve always suggest cutting after colouring so your hair cutter can clean up the hair once it’s been done.

I also want to mention that if you are changing your hairstyle then you should always colour afterward. The colourist needs to see what you’ve done so they can make it perfect. I want to see where the style is so I can highlight specifically to it.

Lives of Style: What do you suggest to improve the health of the hair?

Michael: This is a common problem with people colouring their hair today.  First, I suggest using a deep conditioner daily.  An easy at home remedy for breakage is a moisture bath for your hair.  Blend together an avocado with almond oil and vitamin E oil and let it soak onto the hair before you shampoo and condition.

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