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Processed Hair

Once you have shampoo it is time to condition, use a rich conditioner, primarily on the ends of the hair smoothing the leftovers on your palms on the rest of the shaft, rinse well and that means well. Processed hair is very porous and will drink in anything you put on it, making it harder for you to rinse out shampoos and conditioners, but the more layers of gunk there are between your hair and the light, the less shiny your hair will be, make sure that the water in which you wash your hair is absolutely clear and then keep rinsing for one minute more before you put that showerhead away. Dry your hair naturally whenever possible, heat can dehydrate hair further, avoid harsh rubbing with a towel as this can make tangles in the hair and increase snapping of the strands, if you are using a blow-dryer, it's a good idea to first apply a little serum to the ends of the hair to seal in the moisture and so prevent further dehydration.

Top 5 Tips for Caring

  • Wash processed hair only every few days to prevent drying it out further in between times use dry shampoo on the roots to absorb oil and grease.

  • Uv light adds to the problems of processed hair. Stimulating oil productions and drying out ends, Come summer. Use uv-protectant hairsprays to screen out the rays.

  • Don't assume a flaky scalp with processed hair means dandruff, it could be due to a shampoo that's too strong on the roots or, more likely, irritation due to the chemicals, if soon an anti-dandruff shampoo will only make things worse, switch to a gentle shampoo instead, if things don't clear up within two weeks, then try the anti-dandruff approach.

  • Use an intensive conditioning treatment on the ends of processed hair once a week. Try one with hot oil.

  • Truly damaged hair can't be repaired and needs to be trimmed before the splits travel up the hair shaft, harming healthy hair. One sign of real damage is serious tangling when you comb the hair.this shows there are splits or tears in the hair shaft which is causing the hairs to web together. Book in for a trim and ideally have everything cut from where those tangles start.

Your 5 Key Products

  • Colour preserving or
  • Moisturizing shampoo
  • A rich conditioner
  • Uv spray
  • Hot oil treatment
  • Serum.

Treatment For Your Hairs

For a rich mask that will restore essential nutrients to processed hair you should use a treatment that is based on dairy products.mix the following ingredients together in a blender:

  • 1 egg
  • 1 oz cream cheese
  • 1 oz cream
  • 1 oz butter
  • 1 oz water
  • ¼ grapefruit.

Apply the mixture to your hair and leave for at least five minutes. Rinse off in tepid water and leave to dry naturally if possible.