Top tips for color treated hair

by Bionic Beauty on 14.Jun.2011 · 12 comments

I know y’all have been wondering where the *beep* I have been for these past months… well, I have a ton of excuses I could dish out, but mainly I have been working offline on getting fresh ideas for Bionic Beauty. There are so many beauty blogs out there, and I want to get back to BB’s fun roots. Offline life has been hectic too. I’ve been having some small difficulties (money, like most of us these days), writer’s block, and new websites to design for clients. I have done some blogging at my dog’s blog, and my “fun blog” so be sure to stop by there occasionally too!

Anyhow, it’s definitely not fair to just let my baby sit here unloved. So I’m going to start posting some short articles to get back into the swing of things now that life is settling down a bit.

So here we goooooooo….
How to Get Healthy Color-Treated Hair

Colored hair can be synonymous to damaged hair. See how to change that now

How to Get Healthy Color-Treated Hair

This is a hair color article

You aren’t doomed to choose between having healthy hair that’s a boring color and having fabulous color with damaged ends. According to the experts, it is possible to have glorious color and shiny, healthy hair. See how here.

Find out


1 Nenette June 14, 2011 at 12:14 pm

Yay! Great to have you back! 🙂 Missed you… totally!

2 Bionic Beauty June 14, 2011 at 4:08 pm

Thanks Nenette! I missed you too, bigtime!!

3 Robyn June 14, 2011 at 5:10 pm

YIPPEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was getting sick of the automated daily twitter faves and horoscopes – so nice to see a real Jami! <3

4 Bionic Beauty June 14, 2011 at 7:14 pm

Yippee and yeehaw is right! I was thinking of you and all my readers the whole time though! And I agree about the twitter stuff. I’m narrowing it down now. Hopefully that will let everyone see my *real* tweets and status updates more easily. 🙂

5 joycey couture June 15, 2011 at 8:26 pm

So thrilled to have my BB back in my inbox! 🙂 Love me some bionic!!

6 BJ June 15, 2011 at 10:08 pm

So glad to have you back! Missed the updates and great articles you provide.

7 albern June 17, 2011 at 6:30 am

hi ,

thanx for the advice! shold help me alot…i hope..

8 blue June 17, 2011 at 7:00 am

thank you for coming back, i no i have missed you vary much, i love your site, an all that u do, keep up the good work, an don’t leave again!!

9 Tashi June 25, 2011 at 1:11 pm

Jay-meeeeeeee!!!! 😀 *HUGS* Girrrrl, it’s so nice to see you back. I have been dropping by every now and then to see if you’ve been back on. SO glad to see you’re back!!!! I’m sorry about all of the stinky stuff that’s been bogging you down all these months. Hang in there, chica, and BEST wishes to you and your pooch and family. ROck on and just keep doing the best that you can — that’s all a person can do. 🙂

10 Yvonne C. June 28, 2011 at 3:50 pm

Hi Jami!

Yes, you have truly been missed. I’m sooooooooo glad you are back! I really enjoy BB and all you do. Things will get better every day! I wish you the best always. I will be checking out your other blogs too.

11 Jennifer July 27, 2011 at 5:26 pm

These tips are great, my haircutter is always mad at my dry hair since I often use boxed color. Great piece! Love from my blog

12 Revie Maine December 4, 2012 at 10:38 am

I started using Shielo’s Color Protect Shampoo with the Shielo “HYDRATE” Conditioner (NOT the color protect conditioner) when my over treated hair had become dry. This is because the Shielo Color Protect Shampoo cleans my hair without removing the color, and the Hydrate Conditioner DEEP conditions it, without removing color. AMAZING!

It smells wonderful and lathers without having to use very much. My hair that use to be a RATS NEST after washing has become much easier to manage, plus my hair isn’t falling out as much..Try it and see what you think…of course like anything else, give it a couple of months to give it a chance to correct the damage your hair is in….MIRACLE PRODUCT!!

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