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scheminglove asked:

18 Jun 2010

How does Bethany Joy Galeotti of One Tree Hill fame, dye her hair so much without damaging it?

She's changed it so much on the show frome brunette, to redhead, to blonde and everything in between yet it always looks healthy. Any tips?

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shesallsmiles

shesallsmiles says:

Posted on 18 Jun 2010

well, i do know that the darker you dye your hair, the more healthy it looks. lighter colors tend to show more damage. she also might use certain shampoos and conditioners, and styling protects to heal some of the damage she's been doing to her hair. you should ask your stylist about shampoo's and conditoners that are meant for color-treated hair.

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 19 Jun 2010

coloring your hair months in between helps and also using a good conditioner and a more gentle shampoo. also you can give yourself hot oil treatments.

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playswithzombies95 says:

Posted on 21 Jun 2010

She has stylists who make sure her hair looks perfect all the time. And no matter how much styling products anybody uses, their hair will still get just as damaged, fyi.

scheminglove

scheminglove says:

Posted on 19 Jun 2010

This is absolutely true and I didn't notice it until after I dyed my hair a lighter color and saw that I could my damaged ends caused from heat when I would straighten or blow dry my hair was more visible.



But thank you! both for your answers!

scheminglove

scheminglove says:

Posted on 19 Jun 2010

This is absolutely true and I didn't notice it until after I dyed my hair a lighter color and saw that my damaged ends caused from heat were more visible. I thought all I had to do was change the settings on my blow dryer and straightener but I'll definitely invest in better styling products.



But thank you! both for your answers!

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