How to take care of chemically damaged hair?

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This topic contains 4 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by Shivangi.Chauhan Shivangi.Chauhan 11 months, 1 week ago.

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  • #81262

    I got my hair straightened in January 2016. Now, my hair have become really frizzy and curly. They look horrible. I either have to use a hair straightener every time I wash them, which leads to further damage, or tie them up. Could someone suggest ways to repair my hair, please?

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  • #81274
     mansi jain 

    The only thing you can do is to cut your straightened hair as they can’t be treated now. Use conditioners every time u wash your hair, deep condition every week. You can also try the no poo method. It really helps to soften the hair. Stop using your straightner for sometime, let your new hair heal.

  • #81288
    ShikhaSS ShikhaSS 

    First of all, stop damaging it further. So, ditch your straighteners and dryers. Second, great a hair care routine with an SLS free shampoo, a conditioner, a very moisturising mask and hair oil. Here are some more tips to help you:

    How to Prevent Hair Loss And Breakage Due To Smoothing

    How To Fix Damaged Hair

    How To Revive Damaged Hair Follicles With Home Remedies

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  • #81340
     Saloni_fizzy sparkles 

    Keep your hot tools away since you are damaging them further.. use them only one a week or so for weekends or special times :high5: :high5: also keep oiling your hair with olive oil, it helps a lot :high5: also attaching a few links here of hair masks that you can try :high5:

    DIY Moisturizing Hair Mask for Frizzy Hair

    Aloe Vera and Coconut Oil Hair Pack for Damaged Hair

    How To Make Rough Hair Soft

    Hope it helps :high5:

  • #82273
    Shivangi.Chauhan Shivangi.Chauhan 

    I think shikha and saloni have shared enough good ways to cure your damaged hair. All you can do is go for a fresh cut, start taking care of them without usually any chemicals or heat

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