Sophia Bush Sophia's hair color looks more natural than standard foil highlights would on her short hair, and she can protect it the same way as before–make sure you use a color-protecting shampoo and conditioner, and plenty of heat protectant when styling looks like these.
If your hair is feeling limp, lifeless, won't hold a curl or twist out, and your products don't seem to "work" anymore, it means you need to clarify your hair. Here are four easy and inexpensive ways to remove product buildup, minerals from hard water and shampoo scum from your hair. ~ It works. I use it!
How to Remove Product Buildup and Clarify Hair - Your Natural Hair
Homemade shampoo from baking soda and apple cider vinegar rinse!... this actually works wonders! I love it and there's no yucky smell at all. it gets all products out of your hair with one wash and rinse. cheap and easy :-)