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6 Helpful Tips to Repair Your Damaged Hair

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May 19 2020

6 Helpful Tips to Repair Your Damaged Hair

unhappy woman with damage hair

Your hair allows you to creatively express yourself, recreate your look from day to day, and can quite often define your signature look. All the work we put into making our hair look just the way that we want it to can also have a major downside. Blow drying, chemicals, products and other heat styling tools can all take a toll on the health of your hair.


Is your hair looking lackluster? Do you have dry hair, split ends and a multitude of other concerns that need to be addressed? The good news is that it’s quite easy to repair your damaged hair.


Head to Your Hair Stylist

While you may not want to lose much of your length, you should at the very least consider a healthy trim. Trimming the ends of your hair can help to minimise split ends and frizzy ends. An added bonus is that your stylist may be able to help you to identify some of the issues that are to blame for the damage to your hair.


Drop the Temperature on Styling Tools

We all love our heated styling tools. Flat irons, curling irons, hair dryers and more. These are magical essentials that can help to transform unruly hair into well-behaved waves or curls. Your heat tools can bring great options to your styling repertoire. They can also bring with them heat damage. The damage could take the form of brittle hair. It could also be hair that is dry and lacking its natural glossy shine.


One of the primary mistakes that people make when styling with heat is to set the temperatures entirely too high. Unless your hair is ultra-thick, you will be able to accomplish your styling goals with a lower to mid-range temperature setting. When you can, skip the heat styling tools. Of course, when you do bring the heat, use a heat protectant product. This can help to offer your hair protection against thermal damage.


Be Gentle with Wet Hair

Your hair is at its most fragile when it is still wet. The potential for damage can be really amplified if you have fine or curly hair, or perhaps hair that is already damaged. When possible, avoid brushing your wet hair. Hair should be dry before you brush or comb it.


When you get out of your shower, don’t rub your damp hair vigorously. Instead, use a fluffy towel to gentle blot at your hair. This will help to avoid the friction that can add stress to hair that is already fragile.


When hair is dry enough to be brushed or combed, start at the ends. Slowly work your way to the top as you work the tangles out.

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Healing Hair Masks Can Help

You should of course be using a quality shampoo and conditioner each time that you wash your hair. Hair masks can take the conditioning up a notch. Hair masks have strong concentrations of ingredients known for their reparative and moisturizing benefits. This could include vitamins, oils and other elements that will help to heal your locks.


Masks are also thicker than your conditioners are, so they will stay in place and penetrate the strands of your hair better than your average conditioner will.


Be sure that you are using masks that are right for your type of hair. As an example, if your hair is fine or colour treated then you’ll want a mask that works well for your hair. To restore damage, be sure to use masks at least twice a week.


Don’t Go It Alone

There are plenty of products that can help you to treat your damaged hair alone. But if your hair is suffering from extreme damage, you may need to bring in the professionals. Your stylist can trim your hair or give you that drastically shorter cut. But a professional hair treatment can help you to see an instant transformation in hair that has for so long been unhappy and healthy.


Keep the Hydration Going

When your skin appears dried and cracked you don’t skip the moisturizer. The same should hold true for your hair. Dry hair is perhaps the primary cause of breakage and damage. Hair that does not have the right level of moisture will become fragile and brittle. If your hair is prone to drying out, be sure to integrate a moisturising regimen. This should include hydrating haircare products, masks and leave-in products. This is perhaps the easiest way for you to keep your locks from becoming parched and damaged.


Be sure to invest in quality haircare products, including a fluffy microfiber hair towel. Wrapping your hair up in a microfiber hair towel will help to dry your hair better than vigorously rubbing your damp hair. With just a bit of extra care, you can effectively repair damage and also take steps to prevent future damage.


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