Suffering from dry and damaged hair has never been fun. Not only you have to deal with the hassle of the hair itself, the condition of the hair really affects your appearance. Do you know that damaged hair will make your appearance look shabby and gloomy; while healthy and glowing hair will increase your charm and elegance?
But don’t worry; repairing damaged hair isn’t an impossible task. As long as you are determined to follow the guidelines and you don’t give up hope, you can always win your beautiful and healthy hair back again. The first thing you need to do is to bring your hair back to its natural condition. If you have split ends, the logical thing to do is to have a trim. Some people don’t even mind cutting their hair short when they have complicated hair issues – split ends, dry and coarse texture, dandruff, and hair loss. Sometimes, cutting your hair short will ease off the hair burden, so your hair can recover to its original state and speed up the recovery process. However, you have to be patient in waiting for your hair to grow back again.
Second, choosing the right hairstylist is important. They are responsible for cutting and treating your hair, so when they have been doing things wrong all these times, it is time to find a new hairstylist. You can check whether they are using sharp scissors or not. Ask them to cut a wet tissue and if you see any torn tissue fibers, they have been doing it wrong – and they use bad scissors. Find another hairstylist, if possible. If your hairstylist is trustworthy and is proven to do everything right, tell them to minimize the usage of styling products or even blow dry your hair. If it is possible, avoid them at all.
Damaged hair means that your hair is at its most vulnerable condition. Avoid using heat. If you still have to use the dryer, make use to apply heat protective gel or spray over the hair. But it is best to let your hair on its natural condition, although it means that you can’t use straightening or curling irons and dryers for a while. Air drying is a better choice. In case you have to curl or straighten your hair, it is better to use hair wrappers or rollers that require no heat at all.
When your hair is damaged, you need to limit chemical usage as low as possible. Don’t think about dying or bleaching your hair, unless you want to suffer for worse hair issues of bald patches, hair loss, and hair breakage. Do you know that deep conditioning can also make your case worse because the products are still using chemical substance? The best way is to have natural treatment at home. You can use home remedies recipes by using natural ingredients to repair the hair. Yes, you will have to spend more time and extra energy, but it will worth it. Make sure to stay away from any expensive salon treatment, if possible.