How to Cure Fried Hair?
Beautiful hair is joy and pride of every woman. But chasing after beauty we often forget about healthy af our hair. Hot tools like flatirons, thermorollers, curlers damage and fry it. But fried, dry, neglected hair is a serious obstacle at the way to beauty and self-confidence.
If you are reading this post, you’ve apparently fried your hair. Maybe you are obsessed with the curling iron, or for some reasons you stayed out in the sun for days on end, or your colorist committed crime dying your black hair white-blonde. And maybe you got that fried hair due to a perm atop a coloring job. Anyway, if your feel that your hair reminds straw, be sure, it’s fried. Stop moaning! That’s not the end of the world, so, calm down and set to hair fixing job! First of all, get rid of the hot tools (flat irons and curling irons) for some time (actually, as much as possible) and next: you need to get your ends trimmed every fortnight. And the third, follow these tips to repair the fried hair.
Number One: the simple cure
Buy a deep conditioner as soon as possible! Hair product that contains keratin and is named for dry, damaged hair is exactly what you need. Go product throughout hair and leave on for several minutes. The conditioner will absorb into your hair shaft and soften your straw-like hair. It will take about 10 minutes, not including the shower. Hold deep conditioning twice a week the first fortnight, then go on once a week. Washing your hair every day is not necessary as water is very drying to hair. Wear a shower cap while taking a shower.
Number two: Use a proper conditioner
For this fix, you need a conditioner with cetyl alcohol, according to colorist Robert Ramos in InStyle Magazine. The colorist says:
It’s an ultrarich fatty acid that helps hair retain moisture.”
Comb conditioner through hair then blast is with a hair dryer for 15 minutes. Rinse.
Number three: the complex but reliable fix
Celebrity stylist Chris McMillan, Jennifer Aniston’s hairstylist, shared this recipe in Allure magazine. Be sure, it will help you in case you follow all the steps; just look at Jennifer’s incredible hair!
- Step 1: Blend in a bowl 2 tablespoons each of rinse-out conditioner, a leave-in conditioner, a deep conditioner and a hair mask.
- Step 2: Run the mix through clean, damp hair making sure to focus most of the product on mid-shaft down to the ends.
- Step 3: Wet 2 large towels, wring them out and heat one in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (depending on how hot your microwave gets the towel, you want it tolerable to touch, but steamy warm).
- Step 4: Wrap hair up in the hot towel while you heat second towel in microwave.
- Step 5: Alternate wrapping hair in towels about 2-3 times.
This ultra-deep conditioner should be repeated once a week.
Number four: Cut it off
It may sound really silly, but getting rid of damaged hair is tip is the only way to truly repair it. In order to keep hair in good form, get a trim every 2-3 weeks and swear off razor cuts and styling tools including curling irons, blow dryers and flatirons. Also stay away from any processing, which will only weaken hair further. According to Allure, relaxers are the harshest on hair, followed by bleach, permanent color, demi-permanent dye and then rinses or glazes.
If you have damaged hair, choose highlights instead of all-over color and ask your hair master should use a glaze instead of dye if you are going darker. For hiding gray hair, stick with demi-permanent formulas.
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