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Go beyond Preserving your Hair Color’s Brilliance – Protect Its Health Too

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As temperatures rise and the days grow longer, your chances of getting too much sun exposure increase as well. You know better than to go outside without applying SPF to your skin but what about your hair? Touchback Plus is a system of dual UVA/UVB-protective shampoos and conditioners that help maintain hair’s optimum color intensity and prevent fading. Each dose provides superior sunscreen protection and hydration for your hair and keeps your salon color looking as fresh as it did when you stepped out of your colorist’s chair.  Go ahead and soak up the sun this season without subjecting your hair to harmful UV rays or stripping it of its vivid color and shine.

In addition to providing sunscreen protection, TouchBack Plus goes one step further to actually improve the condition and health of your hair by delivering smoothing and reparative benefits to dry, damaged strands. Now you can enjoy your fun-in-the-sun with no regrets! TouchBack Plus revitalizes hair adding manageability, shine and a healthy dose of color to both natural and color-treated hair with nourishing formulas that include sunflower, chamomile flower, green tea leaf, rose hips and lemon peel extracts. No ammonia, peroxide or sulfates added!

I tested the line out and found that my color became richer and more vibrant with each use. I would not recommend using the colored system every day since the color pigments can build overtime and become too intense. You can use the colored system three times a week with your other favorite shampoos and conditioners. Or if you want the daily dose of SPF protection without the color deposit, TouchBack Plus also comes in clear! The products are available in eight shades– Rich Black, Dark Brown, Medium Brown, Light Brown, Ash Blonde, Golden Blonde, Light Auburn, Dark Auburn and CLEAR. Pick them up at your local Ulta store, Ulta.com or TouchBackPlus.com.

Victoria

Go beyond Preserving your Hair Colors Brilliance  Protect Its Health Too

 

COLOR Leave-In Conditioner: $29.95 CLEAR Leave-In Conditioner:  $24.95

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Brought up in a creative household, Victoria has always been involved in writing, music and the arts. Her upbringing and her love for fashion and beauty led her to find a career that combined these passions. After getting her start as an editorial intern at Conde Nast, Victoria became fascinated with skincare technology while in the beauty closet. After three years of interning in public relations, she landed a position at a prestigious New York beauty & fashion PR firm working with major clients from Smashbox to John Frieda. She now works at a high-end, boutique agency representing beauty, fitness and lifestyle brands. When not hard at work in the office, Victoria contributes to a number of online publications and aspires to one day create her own online magazine. Her obsessions include travel, coffee, red lipstick and Twitter. Follow her @VikkiMoran!


SKIN TYPE: Sensitive, combination skin


HAIR TYPE: Thick, long & wavy


HAIR COLOR: Blonde


COMPLEXION TYPE: Light to medium with pink undertones.


EYE COLOR: Green


BEAUTY ADDICTIONS: Davines Nounou Pak, St. Tropez Bronzing Mousse, Morrocanoil Light, Smashbox Photo Finish Hydrating Primer, Miracle Skin Transformer Body SPF 20, purminerals CC Cream with SPF 40, Chanel Chance, Jan Marini C-ESTA Eye Repair Concentrate, Dior Show Mascara, NARS Bronzer in Laguna, Dolce & Gabbana Cream Lipstick in Fire, Josie Maran Bear Naked Cleansing Wipes and my Clarisonic Mia.

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  • Sheena Eaton
    Sheena Eaton Monday, 10 June 2013

    Woow! I never considered spf for our hair! What a great idea and this sounds like an awesome product! I love that it is ammonia and sulfate free and not only does it protect your hair from the sun...it makes your hair better! Thanks for the review and introducing me to these products!

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