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What To Do About Protein Damaged Hair-Hair Products

Updated on June 5, 2014

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Do you know what to do about protein damaged hair products? First off I discovered that I was plagued with brittle dry hair the outcome of protein damaged hair. I was trying to grow my hair long at the time and as soon as it grew to a good length I would discover the ends were breaking off regularly. My hard stylist told me that I needed to get my hair trimmed on a more regular basis and use quality shampoo and conditioners. I realized that my when ever attitude was not doing my hair any good.

I now get my hair trimmed and shaped every 6 weeks and use a good hair products. I also get hot oil treatments to prevent dryness. The change of the season dries the hair out, as does the sun, wind, and the heater in my house. I was totally unaware of this and could not believe something this easy could fix my protein damaged hair.

I now have a regular routine. I only wash my hair every other day instead of my previous one of every day. When I wash my hair I use a mild shampoo designed to keep moisture in the hair and prevents protein damage hair to return. I also use a leave in conditioner to keep my hair supple and moist. Once a week I either get a hot oil treatment or do one at home by myself. Finally once every six week my hair stylist gives me a deep conditioning and trims off my split ends. My hair is now healthy and shiny.

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Kerastase Nutritive Masquintense with Irisome 6.8 oz Hair Thick Mask
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      tonyleather 

      4 years ago

      Very useful advice here, I think!

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      AdelinestyleTV 

      4 years ago

      I´ve experienced chemical damage, heat damage, and protein damage as well....I had to chop it off and start again :( but my hair grew stronger and healthier than ever. My secret: I cut down on heat styling, I stopped bleaching my hair and I switched haircare products!

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