How To Repair Bleach Damaged Hair

How To Repair Bleach Damaged Hair

Learn how to repair bleach damaged hair the right way

Many people, despite all the warnings, continue to bleach damaged hair, all for the sake of maintaining a lighter hair color. Bleaching hair will have numerous effects on the condition of your hair, but there are ways to repair damaged and dry hair from over processing, which will help restore the health of your hair. Bleach works by stripping hair of its essential oils, which then causes hair to become dry and brittle. The goal for repairing bleach damaged hair is to restore some of the moisture that has been removed, in addition to stimulating regrowth of new hair. Read 18 Best Deep Conditioners for a list of products that will help bring your hair back to life.

There are several great concoctions you can whip up at home in order to help repair bleach damaged hair. One recipe is quite simple and only requires an avocado, olive oil and plain yogurt. This deep conditioning treatment can be used up to three times a week and can be left on overnight for extra moisturizing benefits. Simply mix the ingredients together in a bowl, then apply to hair and cover with a shower cap. When you wake up in the morning, rinse the mixture out and follow up with a spray on conditioner, which will help speed up the healing process. You can also opt to visit your hairstylist for a deep conditioning treatment, but be sure to first check out 14 Secrets Your Hairstylist Will Not Tell You for a list of secrets that your hairstylist might be keeping from you.

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Nice info

by EricaF123 Thursday, December 27, 2012 at 03:37PM Report as inappropriate

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