Monday, 16 October 2017

Bleached Hair - How to erase Damage? ♥

I've been dying my hair for over 10 years now, have been blonde for over 4years and was brilliant red before that. So i have quite a lot of experience with attempting the keep damaged hair at bay. Damaged hair is the bane of everyone who dyes their hair, it's dry and brittle and just genuinely feels awful to touch.

I bleach roughly every 4-6 weeks and do a toner every 3/4 weeks to keep my hair the right shade of blonde. This much bleach and product is not particularly good for my naturally brunette hair so i've developed a little system to help when i'm at home


For me, conditioner is a must. But once or twice a week i have a bit more of an 'intensive' conditioning treatment. This doesn't have to cost a lot, my favourite is to use the Aussie 3 Minute Miracle and leave on for at least 1 hour before washing off. This always leaves my hair feeling silky smooth and soft to touch. Another big product for me, is heat protection. I rarely blow-dry my hair but i do straighten it so i make sure i always apply a fair amount to make sure my hair doesn't get fried and more damaged. I'm currently using the Toni & Guy Heat Protection Spray which i'm enjoying. I've also recently added some new items into my routine. I added the L'Oreal Elvive Extraordinary Oil and the Charles Worthington Strength & Repair Split ends Binder which i apply to my hair while damp. These leave the ends feeling silky and nourished without weighing my hair down and making it feel full of product.
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