Reviving Damaged Hair

If you’ve damaged your hair, the good news is that it’s relatively quick to restore your locks to good health. To do so, here are a few ways to repair, treat, and fix damaged hair:

Early Detection
If you notice your hair looking dry or dull, frizzy or full of split ends, hair damage may be the culprit. Turn to gentle shampoos and conditioners to bring your tresses back to life an start your path to good hair health.

Get a Trim
Getting regular trims is a great way to combat damaged hair. If you stay on top of your hair game by visiting our salon every six to eight weeks, we can help you keep an eye on your hair’s condition and head off any issues at the pass. Depending on the severity of damage, you may need to chop off a bit more. If you’re really brave, having damaged hair could be a great time to try out a pixie cut or something bold to remove the damage in one fell swoop.

No More Heat
While your hair is in recovery mode, tuck away your blow dryers, curling irons and straighteners. Give your hair a chance to recuperate by letting it air dry as much as possible. If you must use heat, opt for a fortifying leave-in conditioner and be sure to use a protective heat spray to prevent exacerbating the damage.

Good Products
Great products like sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners can help repair damaged hair and maintain its protective oils. If possible, don’t shampoo every day. Instead, use a dry shampoo to keep your hair looking fresh in between washes.

Hair Masks
Mask treatments are rich with restorative ingredients like keratin, protein and shea butter. Using a hair mask once or twice a week can help boost hair hydration and infuse damaged hair with moisture and shine to fast-track your hair back to health.