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melissa marquez




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missymm asked:

31 Mar 2010

Extremely Damaged Hair.?

Here's the deal.

-I straighten && blow dry my hair daily. [I cant leave my house without straightning my hair!]

-I bleached(highlighted) it a few weeks ago.

-I have tons of split ends.

-I'm trying to let it grow.

&& I want it to be healthy is there anything i could buy to help restore my healthy hair (: && what can i do about my roots growing back. I dont wanna bleach my highlights again. ?




arieee says:

Posted on 31 Mar 2010

Our hair is exactly a like, no joke. My natural hair color is brown, but I am currently a blonde + just got it done again. My hair is naturally curly, I straighten it everyday! So I have very damaged hair. You neeed to use products! Before you blow dry or straighten your hair, make sure you use a damage control product. Redken has some amazing products, I use their extreme iron repair before I straighten my hair. I also use their all soft shampoo + conditioner; it has really helped fix my damaged hair. I'm letting mine grow as well, but a trim every few months is a good idea; it will get rid of your dead ends + speed up the hair growth. Getting a full head blench is not a good idea, because once your roots grow back you will have to dye it again; which is every month about. I started getting bleach blonde highlights about a year ago + I get my hair done about every 4 months + it helps hide my roots + everytime I get it done, my hair lightens up. A conditioning treatment from your hairdresser is an excellent idea, it helps repair damages. + Remember too much bleaching of the hair can really damage it, + actually cause it too fall out.

I hope I was of some help :]


sparky0905 says:

Posted on 31 Mar 2010

use a heat protection spray before you blow dry and or straighten. You need to get a damaged control shampoo and conditioner. Most hair salons sell them.

I had the same problem until i went to the hair dresses and bought there heat protection/ leave in conditoner spray. its wonderful! :)


firefox_12 says:

Posted on 14 Dec 2010

Step away from blow drying it and straightening it. Don't bleach it, i'm sure your natural hair color is very pretty. Just let your highlights grow out and you'll grow healthy hair. That's it. :)

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