How To Transition From Damaged To Healthy Hair (Part Two)

 After you’ve purchased the products you intend using in caring for your hair, the next step is the hair care process itself.

1] Start off with a good cut; not just a trim. Get rid of all thin and damaged hair so as to have a clean slate to work with. 

2] Give your hair at least 4 to 6 months to respond to the treatments. It’s good to have a picture to compare at the end of the 6 months. 

3] Avoid long term protective styles like braids and opt for weekly styles like buns and scarves. This will allow you to treat your with all the nutrients it needs until it is repaired. 

4] Invest in quality hair moisturizers since they are daily maintenance products. Same applies to oils. Use ceramide oils to help repair your hair. 

5] Lastly, when you begin your hair journey, you can incorporate weekly deep conditioning treatments; alternate between light protein and moisture based deep conditioning products. These will strengthen and reverse some of the damage.

Bonus: start off with taking multivitamins, not just biotin. Your overall health impacts the progress of your hair and for some, these supplements will correct any deficiency that has been hindering your progress. 


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