What do you do when your hair has to deal with, hydroxide, ammonia, peroxide, chlorine, chemotherapy, blood pressure medication, and contact with 90 degree weather? You treat it well.
Showing your hair attention and TLC is imperative to its health. From peroxide to the natural elements and all else your hair may have to contend with, you must take the time to treat your hair and scalp with proper nourishment.
Certain medications combined with chemicals can cause dryness and breakage. The level of damage will determine the amount of moisture, protein, haircut or combination that are needed.
To find out what steps to take to restore your hair, consult a professional stylist for service and recommendation of the proper products. When the problems are handled professionally the end results are rewarding. In the meantime, always keep your hair clean and conditioned with products conducive to your hair type, have your ends professionally trimmed every 3 to 6 weeks and most of all, treat your hair well by avoiding frequent chemical treatments and excessive use of direct heat.
It may seem as if keeping your hair healthy with treatments and trims can be a daunting task, but taking care of it is a much easier option than having to cut it all off. However, if it comes down to cutting it all off, a beautiful healthy head of short manageable hair, is an option to consider!
â€” Rosslyn, Owner/Stylist, Salon 8227