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Not so true! What CAN happen is that your highlights can become slightly brassy if you are using particular products not meant for color-treated hair. If your blonde highlights are bleached, they aren't going to fade. I choose to use a moisturizing conditioner on my highlighted hair. I have used different products meant to keep blonde bright and prefer the moisturizing ones to keep my hair soft and healthy. I never notice much of a difference! Your salon can even apply some toner to get rid of brassiness if it did happen (and this shouldn't be expensive). I think it's a better idea to take good care of your hair and use the deep conditioner to keep it from getting dry.

If you want something inexpensive, I think Loreal Nutri Gloss for long, dry, damaged hair is awesome. It's very moisturizing and didn't mess up my blonde ccolor at all. My favorite name brand would be Purology for color treated hair, which was definitely moisturizing, but very expensive. I also like Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine (or Sleek & Shine Sheer) for when my hair isn't damaged, but I want extra moisture and shine.





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