Hairstyles and treatments for fried hair!(barbershop 10012)

Shampoo and Conditioner: Unlike your skin, hair can’t repair itself. Once it’s been damaged—through excessive heat styling, frequent dyeing, or overprocessing—the only solution is to cut off the damage. But if you want to temporarily strengthen hair, you can use a shampoo and conditioner with keratin (a nourishing protein), which will help reinforce weak strands, says Wilson.  (barbershop 10012)

Treatment: Once a week, use a reconstructive or repairing mask that contains proteins, amino acids, and natural oils.  (barbershop 10012)

Styling: To state the obvious, the best way to prevent further damage is to cut back on heat styling or chemical processing. When you do blow-dry, flatiron, or curl your hair, use the lowest temperature setting and prep with a heat protectant formulated with dimethicone, a silicone that acts as a buffer between the heat and your hair, says Wilson. To temporarily smooth frayed ends, apply a split-end treatment, says Russo.  (barbershop 10012)

The Best Cut: You can avoid having to cut off two to three inches of damage in one sitting by getting a trim every eight weeks, which will keep your ends looking even and clean. Choose a blunt cut with a little layering that requires minimal styling. (barbershop 10012)


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