Simple Way To Cure Split/Damaged Ends πŸ’‹βœŒπŸ»οΈ by Veronica Long - Musely
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Simple Way To Cure Split/Damaged Ends πŸ’‹βœŒπŸ»οΈ

posted in Beauty > Hair
06/06/2015
  • I've recently bleached my hair, and caused a lot of damage. It turned very coppery, and will need to be bleached again. This is how I'm reviving my damaged ends.
    I've recently bleached my hair, and caused a lot of damage. It turned very coppery, and will need to be bleached again. This is how I'm reviving my damaged ends.
  • Hair masks, hair conditioner. Whatever you have available. 
You can also buy one. These are some good ones.
http://www.allure.com/beauty-products/2014/best-hair-masks-under-20 
You can also make one if you wish. 
http://hair.allwomenstalk.com/diy-hair-masks-for-dry-hair
    Hair masks, hair conditioner. Whatever you have available.
    You can also buy one. These are some good ones.
    http://www.allure.com/beauty-products/2014/best-hair-masks-under-20
    You can also make one if you wish.
    http://hair.allwomenstalk.com/diy-hair-masks-for-dry-hair
  • If you're only doing your hair shaft. 
Step 1: Put your wet hair in a ponytail.
Step 2: Generously pour conditioner or mask of your choice in your hand and start to apply it to your hair shaft. Make sure to evenly and VERY generously coat your hair.
Step 3: Roll hair into a sock bun, let mixture sit
    If you're only doing your hair shaft.
    Step 1: Put your wet hair in a ponytail.
    Step 2: Generously pour conditioner or mask of your choice in your hand and start to apply it to your hair shaft. Make sure to evenly and VERY generously coat your hair.
    Step 3: Roll hair into a sock bun, let mixture sit
  • When doing a full head treatment:
Before Step 1, just apply the conditioner  or mask to scalp. Once completed and scalp is covered, return to Step 1 and continue treatment.
    When doing a full head treatment:
    Before Step 1, just apply the conditioner or mask to scalp. Once completed and scalp is covered, return to Step 1 and continue treatment.
  • If you've done a full head treatment, you'll want to put a cap on to keep the mixture moist enough to work. It may take some time getting used to. You can do this either during the day, or over night.
    If you've done a full head treatment, you'll want to put a cap on to keep the mixture moist enough to work. It may take some time getting used to. You can do this either during the day, or over night.
  • When it comes to the conditioner, choose one that is right for you. I chose mine because it is be for frizzy, weak or color-treated hair, which is what I have right now. Do your research, check out different types, find one that works for you.
    When it comes to the conditioner, choose one that is right for you. I chose mine because it is be for frizzy, weak or color-treated hair, which is what I have right now. Do your research, check out different types, find one that works for you.
  • I hope this tip was useful βœŒπŸ»οΈπŸ’‹

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