Boost The Health Of Curly Hair By Repairing Color And Heat Damage

Damage Is More Common in Curly Hair

Due to its shape, curly hair is usually more likely to break and damage than other hair types. Curls have natural arcs and angles that form their beautiful shape, but also allow moisture and nutrients to escape more easily than other hair patterns. Therefore, finding products designed specifically for curls is important.

Hair breakage causes

Hair breakage can be caused by a variety of factors, but the color and heat damage are the most common culprits.

Damage control for curly hair

  • Trimmings should be done frequently. If you leave split ends on your curls, you will eventually cause bigger, long-term damage that may impede new hair growth. Trim any damaged or split ends as soon as possible to keep them healthy. If you have loose curls, you should visit your stylist every 6-8 weeks. For tight curls, you should visit the salon every three months. By getting rid of damage at the bottom of your curls, you can also help the hair retain moisture. If you have curly hair, you need a stylist who is trained in cutting it.

  • Heat exposure reduction. It's important to style your hair how you feel most confident, but reducing the frequency of heat application will help to reduce a lot of damage to your curls.

Preparing your curls with one of our protective primers is always recommended if you plan to use heat.

Your curls will look better if you use the right products:

A common cause of damaged hair is dehydrated hair, so curls need to be given the moisture they need to thrive, as they become dehydrated more easily than other curl types. You can replenish curls with moisture using hair masks, but the amount of moisture your curls need depends on your curl type.

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The information above is intended for general reference purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical or health advice. Always seek advice from your physician or other qualified health professionals before starting any new treatment.

Thursday, October 13, 2022