In the 21st century, we believe from the core of our heart that Dressing is a way of life. Hence, we pay utmost attention while styling our hair, putting on a dress, wearing the shoes and the makeup. But, while doing so, most of the times, we forget the damage that the hair-styling products cause to our hair. When it becomes frizzy, rough, and unmanageable, then we prefer to spend huge bucks on it to tame it. I have seen that many of my friends have done so. This has made me do some research on how to manage the hair that has been damaged due to heat. Today, I am penning down this article mainly to share with all the online readers some tips regarding the taming of the heat-damaged hair.
- Cut the damaged ends of the hair
To prevent your hair shaft from damaging, it’s better to trim the ends. If you do not cut the damaged ends of your hair, then the damage will soon start affecting the hair shafts. If it happens, then your entire hair will fall victim to this damage very easily.
- Clean your hair with a proper shampoo
Cleansing your hair by applying a potent shampoo will free your hair from all kinds of dirt and debris. This dirt and debris otherwise steals away the lustre from your hair.
- Never forget to use a conditioner
Conditioners permeate deep in to the hair. Before exposing your hair to the heat, use branded conditioners to boost the strength of the hair. The conditioner will prevent the hair from breaking.
- Switch to protein treatment before styling your hair
People with curls whose hair are sensitive to the proteins should go for a protein treatment prior to their heat styling. By doing this, the hair will become stronger and spruce up your curls.
- Do not use blow-hair dryer when your hair is wet
If you want to stretch your hair before straightening it, then use a blow-dryer with a comb attached to it. Remember to use it on damp hair. If you apply blow-hair dryer on wet hair, then it will surely damage after some days.
- Avoid straightening your hair frequently
Although it’s hard to calculate the number of times you should use a straightener, yet you should reduce its use to the minimum. Use it for 3-4 times maximum in a year.
- Heat protectant is good for damaged hair
Most of the people with curls are against silicones, but its use will not only minimize the damage caused by the heat of the plates, but also minimize the quantity of moisture present in the air from entering the shafts of the hair and resume the curls. Always apply it on damp hair.
- Home-made solutions to treat heat damaged hair
Homemade solutions work like a magic in managing the heat damaged hair. You can prepare hair packs using avocados, egg, olive oil and other such hair nourishing food products. These kinds of food work perfectly on all kinds of hair damages and help you to retain the lustre of your hair without any problem.
If you feel that you want to get rid of the damaged hair then try out these awesome tips without wasting any more time.