SUPER EASY Treatment For Dry, Brittle Lackluster Hair!!!
9 Solutions For Dry, Brittle Hair
Wash your hair less.
"Try not to wash your hair every day," says Kazin. "Do it every other day instead to maintain the natural oils in your hair." If you have any oil at the scalp that you can't stand, lift strands in sections and spray on somedry shampoo, holding the can 8 to 12 inches away from your scalp to prevent product buildup.
Use shampoo strategically
When you do shampoo, rather than lathering up all over, wash only the roots. "All of the oils are concentrated right there," notes Kazin, so you can leave the ends alone. Do the opposite with conditioner, saturating thirsty ends with the product while avoiding the scalp.
Mask the problem
To soften coarse strands and add moisture, De Paca recommends using a deep-conditioning hair mask, such as Fekkai Essential Shea Riche Moisture Masque, at least once a week. Apply the mask to your hair, comb it through for even distribution, and put it up in a bun for 20 to 30 minutes before rinsing and styling. For an easy hair mask you can make right in your kitchen, watch the video below.
Shield hair from the elements
Both hot tools and the sun can turn already-dry hair into straw. Protect your hair by wearing a hat whenever you're outside, or use a spray-on SPF designed for hair, such as Aveda Sun Care Protective Hair Veil and Phyto Plage Protective Sun Veil. Before using hot tools, De Paca recommends always spritzing on a thermal protector spray, such as Oribe Royal Blowout Heat Styling Spray and Fekkai Blowout Primer, to prevent breakage. "Also, make sure hair is 100% dry before using a flat iron or curling iron," he says—otherwise hair can sizzle and fry.
Keep it moving when using hot tools
Lingering in one section for too long can scorch your already vulnerable hair. "One or two passes with a flat iron is enough," says De Paca. "Anything more than that is just creating more damage to the hair."
Or take an occasional time-out from hot tools altogether
Give your hair a break by pulling it up into a sleek bun, creating braids, or letting it dry naturally.
Protect your hair before getting it colored
Whether you're masking gray hair or adding some highlights, chemical processes can damage hair, says De Paca. "I recommend always doing a conditioning treatment at the time of your chemical service," he says. "When your hair is colored, your cuticle is opened, which is what can cause damage. When you get an in-salon conditioning treatment, you immediately fill the cuticle with moisture and repair the hair." To keep hair healthy and vibrant post-treatment, De Paca recommends using moisturizing, color-safe products at home.
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