Color Treated Hair Tips
Color-treated hair is more vulnerable to damage and breakage. Coloring your hair penetrates the cuticle with chemicals and removes your natural pigment, It changes the structure of your hair, making it more suscept
Once the coloring process has began you have already altered the strength of your hair, making it weaker. If you add blow drying and styling on top of coloring, you can really damage your hair, causing breakage, lack or elasticity , and split ends. Hair that has underwent the color processing should use less heat from blowdryers and flat irons. Using the air dry method and hair styles that don’t require heat is the best route to go to ensure the health of your hair. Color-treated hair needs extra moisture, using the baggy method, a great leave-in conditioner, and sealing your ends at least 4 times per week can restore lost moisture and improve the luster and texture of your hair. Deep conditioning your hair on a regular basis will help replenish lost moisture and keep your locks shiny and resilient.