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My names Cheyenne, and I'm very germ free. I enjoy anime/ manga and other Japanese culture. I'm a fan of loud colors I love weekends with friends. I'm overly childish. Music is a huge chunk of my life, I have it playing 24/7.I feel naked without eyeliner. I use alot of emoticons and words like feirceMore saduisahduiash dsau

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xxwolfiexx asked:

01 May 2009

How to fix really damaged hair?

I have curly hair so I've been regularly flat ironing it which has caused alot of damage along with it being bleached and dyed several times. My hair is actually really soft and not straw-like at all so I don't know if it's completely fried. But the ends look like spiderwebs. I shampoo my hair once a week maybe, I've lowered straightning it to once a week and all other days I wear it up in a bun with deep conditioners or hair reconstructors. I also use a good leave in conditioner and heat protection spray when I do flat iron it. Is there anything else I can do to help it? I cut the splits as it grows because I need some length x3 I llook horrible with short hair.




krista090 says:

Posted on 01 May 2009

visit your hair dresser and get a hair treatment about once a month or so until the damage is removed. during the in between days wash your hair with pantenne shampoo about twice a week or less (depends on dryness)


barbipixi says:

Posted on 01 May 2009

try some hot oil treatments.

cutting off the split ends is good but make sure you have really good scissors or you could be making more split ends without knowing it

(i'm a dog groomer i know about scissors : P)

try not to use your blow dryer on a high heat setting

try not to over brush it (using fingers is just fine)

try not to use your flat iron on a high heat setting

make sure your shampoo is maybe one for split ends

and it never hurts to go see a stylist and see if she can help


gee_jade says:

Posted on 01 May 2009

hair spa:thumbup:

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