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How to Repair Damaged Hair

Many of our daily beauty routines can contribute to dry, damaged
hair, but there’s good news! You can significantly reduce future damage
and treat the damage that’s already been done.

Want to know how? Keep reading to discover how you can have
beautiful, healthy hair, and stop split ends, frizzies, and dry, damaged
hair in its tracks.

1. Maintain your Hairstyle

Maintain your Hairstyle

If you want to avoid the typical signs of damaged hair, regular trims
are key to keeping your hair healthy. The longer you go between cuts,
the more damage your hair will accumulate over time. To avoid excess
split ends, damaged hair, and dryness, make it a point to trim your hair
at least every 6 to 8 weeks.

2. Reduce Heat Styling

Reduce Heat Styling

Curling irons, straighteners, and hair dryers damage hair.
Unfortunately, many women rely on these products frequently to style our
hair. If you must use a heat styler, use the lowest setting possible to
reduce the amount of damage caused, or cut down on how often you use
them. To protect your hair from heat damage, use a thermal styling
product like Aussie Sydney Smooth Heat Protector to help avoid some of
the damage.

3. Switch Shampoos and Conditioners

Switch Shampoos and Conditioners

If you constantly suffer from dry hair, use a mild shampoo and a
moisture-rich conditioner specifically formulated for dry hair. Dry hair
may not be damaged, but it is more prone to breakage and split
ends. Wash your hair every other day to prevent dryness and use a deep
conditioning treatment once a week for severely dry hair. If you keep
your hair healthy and moisturized, you’re less likely to incur excessive
damage.

4. Avoid Hair Dye

Avoid Hair Dye

Hair dye contains chemicals that can significantly damage hair with
frequent use. If you dye your hair, avoid dyes that contain ammonia; a
mild solution will still get the job done and help prevent some damage.

5. Brush Gently

Brush Gently

For wet hair, use a wide-tooth comb to get rid of knots and tangles.
Do not force the tangles out — this will cause the hair to break,
leading to split ends. Ideally, hair that has dried should be treated
with the same gentleness. While I prefer a comb (and so will your hair),
if you must use a hair brush make sure they have spaced out bristles
that are bendable and can easily move through the hair without causing
breakage.

While damaged hair takes time to be eliminated, these tips will help
counteract some of the damage you’ve already accumulated, while also
helping to prevent some future damage from occurring. If you long for
healthy, beautiful hair then these tips should help you get there!

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