Friday, June 18, 2010

I DONT know WHAT to do WITH my hair!!!!?

i have medium brown hair and a while ago i got all over light sandy brown/blond highlights. its grown out a few inches and my roots are big. i blowdry and flatiron my hair every day so my hair is fryed from diying it, drying it, and flat ironing it. i want to get it diyed a rich brown color allover with sandy brown highlights, but im scared that it will damage my hair even more. so i need to know weather or not to do this, and if not what to do. and if you know of any good products to use.

I DONT know WHAT to do WITH my hair!!!!?

Cut off ALL of the damage off, only way to get rid of it.

Use a moisturizing shampoo condtioner and leave in creme. I reccomened Sunsilk Hydra TLC it leaves my hair soft and managable.

Brush your hair before shampooing and conditioner so your hair won't be tangeled.

Don't wash your hair everyday try 3 times a week

Avoid combing hair while wet, use a wide tooth comb.

Deep condition twice a week

Trim your hair tips every 4-6 weeks.

While shampooing massage your scalp with your fingertips slowly, it's not necessary to shampoo the ends, then rinse with warm water.

When using a conditioner leave on for about 1-3 minutes so you can get great results then comb hair with wide tooth comb then rinse with very cold water to have shiny hair

If you use gel/hairspray/moose stop using them. They damage and dry up your hair.

If you use heat appliaces (blowdryers,curling irons, hair straightener) use a heat protecter spray so it'll protect your hair from heat.

If your in the sun alot buy a cap or a hoodie to protect your hair from the sun, heat damages and drys out your hair.

Buy a leave-in-conditioner/leave-in conditioner/creme to moisturize your hair all day long and don't rinse.

After your out of the shower set your blowdryer on cool setting and blowdryer your hair for 2 minutes, this will help seal the hair cuticles for a smooth shiny surface.

If you dye your hair do it atleast once a year, hair dye has terrible chemicals that kill your hair.

All of these products work great on dry hair:

For shampooing and conditioning I reccomend:

For deep conditioning:

For a hot oil treatment:

Dry hair tips websites/treatments:

How to get straight hair:

I DONT know WHAT to do WITH my hair!!!!?

OK, take some egg yolk and put it in your hair when you take a shower, trust me, it makes your hair A LOT softer.

I DONT know WHAT to do WITH my hair!!!!?

my name is sandy HEY!! lol most likely its the iron

I DONT know WHAT to do WITH my hair!!!!?

mayonaise slathered into hair and wrapped in a towel overnight until the hair is manageable again--then one change at a time.

I DONT know WHAT to do WITH my hair!!!!?

hey! don't worry that's exactly how my hair was last week [ dyed it last thursday ] actually! it was so fryed because i do the same as you [ blow dry %26amp; flat iron ] and had blonde highlights. i dyed it a dark brown and it's so much healthier already! so if i was you i would definitely do it. oh and good products the v.i. straightening ceramic [ can get at Sally's ] is great for when you straighten your hair it actually keeps it from frying %26amp; makes it look better %26amp; straighter! some days [ like lazy couch potato days wear your yesterday hair... don't blow dry or straighten ] also a good thing to do is wash your hair *every other night* washing your hair everynight drys it out. good luck %26amp; i hope all goes well! =D

I DONT know WHAT to do WITH my hair!!!!?

Stop the blowdrying and flat ironing for a while and have all the dry hair, mostly the tips trimmed. You can also try hair conditioning treatments at your salon. I like to use a self warming oil by Tresemme that I buy at Wal-Mart. I shampoo my hair once and then I apply the oil, it warms up in your hair and just massage it for about a minute. Then don't rinse just apply shampoo, lather and rinse and use a conditioner. For shampoo I like Herbal Essences, it's a blue bottle. It smells really good and leaves your hair very soft. Skip blowdrying for a while and your hair will become healthier. Then you can dye it again.

I DONT know WHAT to do WITH my hair!!!!?

I know you probably don't want to hear this, but you'll probably have to cut off at least a few inches of your hair, or more, to get rid of the excessive damage. If your ends are split and truly fried, I hate to say it, but nothing will bring them back to a healthy state.

Try to stop or minimize ANY heatstyling to your hair because that damages it further. Try to only heat style once a week at the MOST and work with your hair's natural texture. Also, make sure you use a heat protectant before you flat iron it.

Before you get it dyed again, you need to nurse the remainder of your hair back to health.

Get a good, salon-quality moisturizing shampoo and moisturizing conditioner designed for damaged/color treated hair. Frederick Fekkai Shampoo %26amp; Conditioner for Dry and Color Treated Hair is very good %26amp; always recieves rave reviews.

Next, you need to get a good leave-in conditioner and deep conditioner. You can try Infusium 23 Original Formula Pro-Vitamin Leave-in Conditioner. You can try Motions CPR Conditioning Treatment or Ion Repair Solutions Effective Instensive Therapy Treatment as a deep conditioner.

1-3 Times a week, take the deep conditioner of your choice and saturate your damp hair with it and leave in for 20-30 minutes. Rinse out with warm water and rinse with cold water to seal the cuticle and add shine.

Everyday, when you get out of the shower, squeeze excess water out of your hair with a towel. Then spray in the leave-in conditioner and comb through with a wide-tooth comb. Do this everyday to help prevent split ends and protect from everyday damage.

Try switching out your brushes. Buy either a boar bristle brush or a wide-tooth comb, preferably both.

Only shampoo hair 1-3 times a week to prevent your already damaged hair from drying out even more. You have to keep as much as the natural oils as possible. When your in the shower and you put in your daily conditioner, comb it through with a conditioner and leave in for 10 minutes before washing it out. And again, finish with a cold water rinse to seal the cuticle and help the shine.

You can also have a weekly or bi-weekly hot oil treatment. You can buy one from a beauty supply store or make on with things you probably have around the kitchen. If you decide to make your own, here's what I do...

Fill a saucepan with water and boil it. Then fill up a cup with olive oil. Take the pan off the stove, and wait for a minute to cool down just slightly. Then put the cup inside the pan to heat up the oil inside, but make sure you don't get any water in the cup. Saturate your hair with the oil, wrap in a shower cap, and leave in for 30 minutes. Then, without washing out the oil, put in a deep conditioner, and put the shower cap on for another 20 minutes. When the time is up, wash VERY well with warm water. You can use diluted shampoo (a bit of shampoo mixed with warm water) to give your hair a good clean. Put deep conditioner back in your hair, and leave conditioner in hair for 20 minutes. Rinse out with warm water and finish with a cold water rinse. You hair will be very shiny, soft, and manageable.

Also, try improving your hair from the inside out by taking a multivitamin, and drinking at least 8-10 cups of water daily. Eat a diet rich in protein and Vitamin K and exercise regularly to increase bloodflow.

After about 2-3 months your hair should be in MUCH better condition, and it would be safe to dye it. I wouldn't reccomend highlights unless you REALLY want to because your hair will get damaged again by this. But as long as you continue to take good care of you hair, it shouldn't be a big problem.

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