Fried Hair

After color treatments, blow-drying and curling our hair has taken a beating.  It is frizzy, split on the ends and hard to deal with.  How do we get rid of the fried hair and, calm down our locks before our next appointment with our stylist?

Don not worry; you don't have to stop the highlights, low-lights, or the bleach and dye.  What you will need to do is put a little more work into your hair each day.  What is happening to your hair is very simple.  Your hair is getting completely dried out from all of the heat styling and chemicals being put into it.  We need to jumpstart your hair and give it back some of its natural moisture.

Try to wash and towel-dry your hair or let it air-dry at night time.  Don not blow dry it.  If you use a glossing or styling cream on your hair, apply it while your hair is still damp and use a brush or comb to distribute the product.  In the morning, apply a heat protector on your hair before you turn on any styling tools then, style away! As time goes on, many people will find their hair easier to style using this method.

If you really need a boost for the dry hair, make an appointment for a conditioning treatment.  Don't get anything else on the hair but that treatment.  Find out what products your stylist recommends for you to use.  In specific, get a recommendation for a good glossing or styling cream and, a good heat protector.  By the time you are ready for your next service at the salon, you will have a routine to keep your hair "just out of the salon" soft and smooth.