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5 Tips for Dry, Damaged Hair

agosto 21, 2015 2 min read

Do you have split ends? frizz? Is your hair dull and dry? If so, you have damaged hair. Luckily, every problem has a solution -- and this is no exception. There are tons of treatments and techniques that'll help restore damaged hair and prevent future damage. Here are 5 easy tips to begin your "healing process" for a healthier, shinier mane this fall.  

1. Stick to regimen and don’t mix brands/products. The Keratage Nutritious category designed for Very Dry, Color Treated, Damaged Hair will hydrate, deeply nourish, and reconstruct your hair by penetrating the hair fiber and repairing it from the inside out.

2. Weekly mask. The best and easiest to use is the Keratage Nutritious Mask. Shampoo your hair with the Nutritious and don’t condition. Apply the mask from roots to ends, massage into hair and allow it to sit for 10 minutes. If your scalp tends to be oily, use from mid-shaft to ends and avoid your scalp.

3. Shampoo less frequently. Every time you shampoo your hair you are stripping moisture from it. Instead of shampooing daily, skip to an every other day regimen. This is often much easier to pull off in the fall and winter months, and some can manage to only wash once or twice a week.
4. Use a thermal protectant. If you style your hair with heat on a regular basis, you need to invest in the Keratage Keratin Thermal Protection Spray. It will protect and coat your hair keeping the high heat of blow dryers, flat irons and curling wands from causing damage. 

5. Trim your hair and skip the color. If you regularly color your hair, it may be time to go with a more natural color in the winter months. Bleaching and stripping color from your hair can cause significant dryness. Stick with a darker hue for the fall and winter months, or one closer to your natural color so you aren’t forced to add chemicals to it as often. Trimming your hair every 8 weeks will keep your ends in great condition.