Tuesday, June 22, 2010

How do I get rid of my damaged hair?

i have bra strap length hair and its horribly damaged from bleaching (i went from dark brown to blonde), coloring (red, went back to brunette), i use a flat iron on my hair twice a week and/or hot rollers. now my hair is frizzy and fried and falling out :'(

i want to cut it off but i dont want to do it all at once (short hair is cute but doesnt suit my face shape). should i just get an inch trimmed very month or so?

How do I get rid of my damaged hair?

here are some home remedies which are very good for dry hair. i had dry hair myself but when i tried these tips it was great! they've never been dry again!

Dont go out and buy anything expensive.

First: Purchase a mild Shampoo (To Clarify hair, I will explain why)

Second: TRIM your hair ends (May 1 1/2 to 2 inches)

Third: Here's the magic part: Mix olive oil, almond oil, coconut oil, avocado oil and a "little" honey, (honey u will have to heat so it can blend). Either leave on ALL day or all night (if all nite, DONT use honey)

Beat up on an Egg: Separate the white of an egg from the yolk, and whip the white thoroughly. Then add 1 tablespoon of water to the yolk and blend until the mixture is creamy. Next, mix the white and yolk together. Wet your hair with warm water, remove the excess moisture, and apply the egg mixture to your scalp with your fingertips. Massage gently until the froth is worked into your scalp, and then rinse the hair with cool water. Keep applying the mixture until it is used up. Continue to rinse until all of the egg is washed away

Go for the Mayo: Heat up one half cup of mayonnaise until it becomes an oily, white goo and apply to dry, unwashed hair. Cover your hair with a plastic bag and leave on for at least 15 minutes. Then, rinse and shampoo thoroughly.

Mix up a Tropical Treat: Mash one over-ripe banana (the blacker, the better) with a mushy, rotten avocado. Massage this exotic puree into your hair and leave on for at least 15 minutes before washing out鈥n the kitchen sink!).

Grab a Cold One. Beer can give your dry hair a healthy sheen. Before you blow-dry or style, use a pump bottle to spray brew onto your hair. The beer will leave your hair shiny and sleek and its odor will disappear quickly.

In addition to using these home remedies regularly to avoid dry hair, try the following preventative measures:

Avoid overshampooing. Shampooing can wash away the hair's protective oils, so try washing less often and use a mild shampoo labeled "for dry or damaged hair."

Condition regularly. Conditioners protect the hair鈥檚 cuticle layer from splitting from the shaft. Pick a conditioner that works well for your hair and use it after every shampoo.

Wear a hat. Too much exposure to wind and sun can leave hair thirsty.

Trim off split ends. The biggest problem caused by dry hair is split ends. Schedule a trim every six to eight weeks to keep fraying ends under control.

Ease up on the heat. Heat (in the form of blow dryers, as well as straightening and curling irons) can quickly dry out hair. Let your hair air dry occasionally. Try using plastic cylinder rollers to straighten hair by wrapping slightly moist hair under and around rollers for about 10 minutes. For curling, try using sponge rollers overnight or sleeping with moist braids.

Don't swim without a cap. Use a rubber cap to protect your hair from the damaging effects of chlorine. If you must forgo a cap, rub a spoonful of olive oil into your hair before diving in.

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Good luck!!:)

Another thing is also putting in lotion in your hair after you have gotten out of the shower and you can also put in lotion in hair after you have dried it.

Just rub some lotion on your finger tips and run it through your hair evenly.

Also, something that will help your hair is to take COLDshowers. What most people dont know is that if you take hot showers, the heat gets rid of the oils and other things that your hair needs to be kept healty and shiney.

Hope this helps!

If this doesnt help just contact me and i can give you more tips for your dry hair!

Smash an avocado and mix with jojoba and peppermint oils. Make sure its really smooth you may want to put it in a food processor with a little water. Then apply some to your scalp and the rest on your hair. Massage for a minute or so then put on a plastic cap. Leave for 15 to 30 minutes. The avocado and jojoba oils will moisterize and the peppermint will stimulate your scalp to loosen any dead skin and open your pores. It will feel great. Your hair will grow better and won't be dry. :)


How do I get rid of my damaged hair?

Cut as much as you can. If it is damaged as you have explained then only cutting it off is the answer.

How do I get rid of my damaged hair?

i would take a couple inches off at first, then just go from there. the ends are always the worst.

How do I get rid of my damaged hair?

cut the ends, make sure they're not dry, and make sure your roots are moisterized not like lotion like conditioner, avoid too much conditioner, stay away from too much gel.

How do I get rid of my damaged hair?

Thats a good idea.You may also grade it...it'll look stylish and by that you'll remove alot of damaged hair.

How do I get rid of my damaged hair?

Well stop dyeing it use a good conditioner that you think will be good for you. Get the ends trimed off and don't dye it again for 3 months to a year if you can help it.

How do I get rid of my damaged hair?

If it is damaged as you describe cut it off, all of it,and use a wig for a while until it has grown enough to suit you. Let that be a lesson and be happy with the hair color you have,get a good cut to suit your face and leave it at that. Have you noticed if we have curly hair we want it strait and if the hair is strait we want it curly? Why are we so dissatisfied with what we have ? Use a hair vitamin while you are waiting for new growth

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