Hair Damage and Hair Repair are important considerations when styling and caring for your hair.
Think of the friendship you have with your hair. Do you often do heat styling? Do you paint on the usual or lighten it? Are you out a lot without a hat or cover from the sun? Do you want to wear your hair, or do you wear extensions, in high ponytails, braids, or close updos? If you replied “yes” to all of these questions, your hair is likely to be affected and you may see the effects looking back in the mirror at you. It’s time for the damage to be assessed and to start the path to healthier, happier hair.
How can I say if there is damage to my hair?
Examine the strands of hair. Are they reflecting light? Is the cuticle smooth, lying? This means that the hair is in fine condition. If you flash the outer edges of your strands, that’s another sign of injury.
You adjust its natural state every time you chemically change your hair with dye, lightener, or treatments such as perms and straighteners, and thus cause some harm. You’re exposing your hair to sun exposure if you spend a lot of time outdoors. Your hairs will be physically affected by styling, whether it’s using a flat iron or pushing your hair into a too-tight ponytail. You may be exposing your hair to environmental harm if you live in a big city. The good news is, there isn’t a lasting need for destruction. Together, we will repair it.
First, what do I do?
The first move is admitting that your patterns probably won’t change. Oh, we’re having this. Start using a protective prep product that can give your hair back and help improve it, such as damage remedy everyday Hair Repair, if you can’t give up the hot tools. Not only does it offer moisture and strength, but it also protects against thermal degradation and helps your hair appear healthy instantly.
Only because their ends look very awful do too many people tend to frequent the salon. Don’t be that guy. Your hair ends have been around the most and are also the most affected.
Make an appraisal; get to the salon as soon as possible if it’s been six months or more since your last haircut! It’s important to note that hair grows about a half-inch every month if you’re trying to retain a length, so have a trim for longer cuts for about 7 weeks and every 5 weeks if you have a super short look. That’s going to keep the hair looking and feeling better.
I can’t make it to the salon, but honestly, my split ends are bad. What am I going to do?
A split end is a hair that is so extremely weakened that you effectively strip the hair cuticle’s outer layer and do much more damage to it. If before your next trim you need an instant cure, harm solution split repair glues your split ends together, smoothes the appearance of your hair, and helps to shape new split ends. It persists right through the shampoo! This is just a fast repair, of course, so make a point to get daily trims.
What if I need a detailed repair?
All of your hair can be chopped off and you can start again, so that’s the last option. For a Botanical Therapy hair treatment to fix the damage, visit your Aveda salon. It will give you the headstart you need to make your hair look healthy and feel better.
At home, add the comprehensive restructuring care mask with the injury cure once a week. In order to make your hair feel solid and resilient, it promises vital elasticity and moisture, ready for whatever looks and designs you attempt next.