How To Color Damaged Hair
Learn how to color damaged hair with this helpful guide
You should also look into purchasing a semi permanent dye that is free of ammonia, as this will cause less damage than permanent dye solutions. You should also do a patch test before you color damaged hair, in order to make sure that you do not have an allergic reaction to the product or irritate your skin. Visit your salon for a deep conditioning treatment at least once a month, and do a hair mask a few times a week, either using a store bough product or whipping up your own hair mask at home with a variety of products such as olive oil and avocado. Check out 14 Secrets Your Hairstylist Will Not Tell You for more tips on how to make your hair look its best.
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