Repair Bleach Damaged Hair

by Melissa R.
how to repair bleached out hair

Damaged hair is many times caused by too many color treatments, perming, and of course, bleaching of your hair.

Exposing your hair to harsh chemicals will eventually lead to damaged hair. Some of the chemicals used on your hair will cause your hair to be frizzy, dry, brittle, and you may experience falling out altogether.

Using bleach on your hair may destroy the growth and structure of your hair. It all starts in your roots because the roots now lack nourishment that leads to drying.

If you have already bleached your hair may times, the after-math may be clear.

Here are some tips for you to repair bleach damaged hair:

• It is a priority to wash your hair in order to regain its moisture and nourishment. Try your best not to overly pull your hair when shampooing  because it might lead to breakage.

• Use shampoos and conditioners that are made specifically for dry and damaged hair because it includes ingredients that will restore the moisture of your hair.

The Best Conditioner for Bleached Hair

We have researched the best conditioners for damaged hair, you can read that article here. There are other bleached hair care products on the market as well, so if you decide on what that we did not list, be sure to do your research first.

Since alcoholic contents may also dry your hair, avoid products that have this. If hair is too brittle or damaged, use an overnight conditioner for additional moisture,  or a leave-on conditioner for 2 to 3 minutes before your blow dry or style. Try to avoid using a blow dryer, flat irons or curling irons because it will contribute to the dryness. Whenever possible, allow your hair to air dry.

• It is also recommended to try and cut or trim the edges of your hair every three weeks or every month to make your hair grow back the natural way.  It is also important to get rid of the split ends that occur when the hair is dry.

• There are a lot of remedies to repair bleach damaged hair that can also be found at home.

If you want to give extra moisture in your hair, apply mayonnaise to the strands as it contains natural conditioning ingredients. Spread it around your hair and leave it for about 30 minutes or so before washing it with a shampoo. You can also leave it overnight and rinse it in the morning if you want to. Olive oil is also an alternative hair moisturizer which adds natural oil to your hair. All you have to do is massage a half cup of warm olive oil throughout your scalp. Wrap it with a plastic cap and cover it with a towel to keep warm. Leave it for about 30 minutes and wash out with shampoo afterwards. Trying these natural remedies should help improve your hairs natural beauty.

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