Transitioning Damaged Hair

August 11, 2017 2 min read 0 Comments

 

We all know how the everyday styling and activities can further aggravate any bad hair condition we have and we cannot always have glorious hair days, right? Well, read on and learn about transitioning damaged hair to get back to its crowning glory - healthy, shiny and tangle-free!

1. Avoid Heat Styling

As hard as it may be, your heat tools do not do anything for hair growth. Especially at a high heat, your heat tools fry and damage your hair. This prevents hair growth and encourages split ends. Heat protectant can only go so far in protecting your hair. If you want long hair fast, avoid heat tools as much as possible. Look for heat free ways to get the same look.

2. Invest in good Shampoos and Conditioners

Avoid sulfates, which do nothing good for your hair. Beyond this, tailor the products you buy to what your hair needs. For some, this means extra moisture. For others, it means damage repair. And for others, this means hair proteins. In addition, tailor the products to your hair type. For example, many products are tailored differently for curly and straight hair. Because curly hair is usually dryer, the chemical compositions of the products are different.

3. Stop color treating your hair

Bleaching damages the pattern of your hair. It leads to dry and brittle hair. In addition, many times for people with dark hair, the bleaching process needs to be repeated multiple times. In addition to bleaching, coloring hair involves many chemicals that disrupt the natural patterns of the hair. Instead of worrying about coloring and recoloring, avoid color treating your hair to begin with.

4. Do your research

For transitioning damaged hair, it is important to focus on the type of products you use to make sure that the products won’t induce more damage. For this reason, research the ingredients in each product you are using. As a general rule, avoid sulfates and alcohol. For transitioning damaged curly hair, researching the Curly Girl Method is a great place to start the transition journey.

5. Deep Condition

Deep conditioning your hair is a good way to bring moisture to the hair, which is a huge factor in damaged hair. Deep conditioners range in price, and there are many good drugstore products that are affordable and effective. Make sure to look at the ingredients before purchasing a deep conditioner. Another alternative to buying a deep conditioner would be to deep condition with oils. A few examples of effective oils for the hair include castor oil and coconut oil. 

6. Be Patient

While hair damage may seem like it happens quickly, it can take a while to reverse. Be patient with your hair and take good care of it. The end result will be well worth the wait.

These 6 steps for transitioning damaged hair is just a just. Follow them diligently and I guarantee effective results!



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