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Undoing Damage to Your Hair

UNDOING DAMAGE to Your Hair WHAT CAUSES HAIR DAMAGE? BLEACHING PERMS Chemical straightening or curling leaves your hair dull and damaged Bleach makes your hair weaker, leaving it open to damage HEAT TREATMENTS OVER-BRUSHING Brushing too much leads to split ends and broken Overusing flat irons, curling irons, and blow dryers may lead to permanent damage hairs, especially with an inexpensive brush HOW CAN YOU REPAIR DAMAGED HAIR? Use product before heat ........ • Put styling product in your hair before you use an iron or blow dryer • Heat affects the product rather than your hair Shampoo wisely • Over-washing can strip your hair of its natural oils • Get your hair soaking wet, then focus on the inches closest to your scalp Reduce all-over coloring • Coloring hair can weaken the entire strand • If you need to dye your hair, focus on the roots more than the ends 2 in Use a good dryer • High-quality blow dryers work faster to minimize heat on your hair • Keep the dryer at least 2 inches away from your hair to avoid scorching Straighten with care • Don't apply a flat iron for longer than is recommended • Go for a keratin treatment instead of chemical straightening for smoothness Get in good condition • Use a deep conditioning treatment overnight once a week for severe damage • Condition after every time you shampoo DEEP CONDITION to lock in moisture Provided by: Long Bland Beauty Schoel Sources:

Undoing Damage to Your Hair

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Has your hair seen better days? Styling tools and bad habits can lead to damaged and dull hair. Luckily, the simple tips listed on this infographic from a beauty school in Hauppauge can help you repai...


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