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Color your Damaged Hair



 

Hair coloring is the practice of changing the color of hair that is artificial cosmetic. Today, hair coloring is immensely popular, with over 75 percent of American women usually dyeing their hair. Girls do lots of things to damage their hair like straightening, curling, crimping and coloring. This may make your hair look great, but certainly they affect your hair's health.

The chemicals and high temperatures can cause serious and irreparable hair damage. But after getting damage in your hair you need extra care of your hair and prevent further damage but if you don't want to stop dyeing your hair, here we can tell you some tips to continue to color your hair while causing minimum damage to it.

Consult with professional hair colorist

If you want to color your damage hair then first consult with a professional hair colorist who can help you to determine the best hair coloring products for your hair color and type and with least damage. Do not try too many shades in your hair, consider coloring your hair only a shade or two lighter than your natural hair color which will reduce damage.

Apply shampoo and conditioner that target your trauma type

You need to fortify or rebuild chemically damaged hair to stop breakage, so you want a protein or keratin reconstructor. So try Joico K-Pak Color Therapy shampoo, conditioner and styling oil with peptides and amino acids to resurface and reconstruct damaged hair.

Apply semi-permanent dye

Instead of using permanent dye use semi permanent dye because it is free of ammonia causes much less damage to your hair than permanent dyes and semi-permanent dyes cannot make your hair lighter than it already is, so you should choose a color which will work on the hair color you already have.

Opt to apply a leave in conditioner

Apply a leave in conditioner one to two times a week for optimal repair. Condition your hair every time you are going to wash it, leaving the conditioner on as long as possible each time. To get most effective conditioning in your hair visit your salon for a deep conditioning treatment at least once a month, and do a hair mask a few times a week either using a readymade product available on the store or whipping up your own hair mask at home with a variety of products such as olive oil and avocado. By doing this you can color your damage hair effectively.

Do patch tests before you color damaged hair

In order to make sure that you do not have an allergic reaction to the product of dye or irritate your skin you should do a patch test. Although you are using semi-permanent dyes but still it contain many of the chemicals that can cause allergic reactions, so do a patch test to ensure you won't react to it according to the instructions on the dye and after consulting with professional hair colorist.


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