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Have you ever looked at your hair and wished it would be healthy, soft and shiny again? Damaged hair can be a real source of frustration, but the good news is that there are ways to repair and revive it. In this blog, we share practical tips to transform your hair from brittle and lifeless to radiant and healthy.
Be kind to your hair
It all starts with the way you take care of your hair. Avoid rough handling of your hair, especially when it is wet. Don't rub too hard with the towel, but gently pat the hair towel dry. This effect is not to be underestimated and very important. If this is not done, the problems will keep recurring.
Next, use a wide comb with soft teeth to gently untangle tangles, without pulling! You should never pull the hair over its 'stretch'. If this does happen, you will actually get more and more tangles. Avoiding the wrong brushes can do wonders to prevent further damage. Check out www.insidershair.com for the perfect brush.
Do not use tight elastics or hairpins that pull your hair too tight and can break it. Of course, also remember that heat can damage your hair, so use tools like blow dryers, curling irons and straighteners in moderation and at the right temperature. It is good to know that you should never heat your hair above 200 degrees. Temperatures above 200 degrees are really bad for your hair and increase the chances of breakage. If you do use the tools, always apply a heat protection product. The Salon B Highlight Protector Spray is great for this.
Nourish and moisturise
What you put into your body affects the health of your hair. Make sure your diet is rich in nutrients such as vitamins A, C, E, and biotin. These vitamins and minerals contribute to healthy hair growth and shine. Consider foods such as eggs, nuts, seeds, oily fish and lots of green vegetables. Remember to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, both your hair and skin will thank you.
Opt for gentle, strengthening products
The best method to repair damaged hair? Opt for hair care products specifically designed to strengthen and moisturise your hair. The Salon B Protein Shampoo, for example, contains wheat protein and shea butter, restoring hair's elasticity, shine and manageability. In addition, adding a weekly hair mask can give your locks an extra boost. Look for products with natural oils such as argan oil or coconut oil for deep hydration.
Patience: the ultimate ingredient
Repairing damaged hair is unfortunately not a quick process. It takes patience and dedication to see real change. Be consistent with your hair care routine and don't be discouraged if you don't see results right away. Gradually, you will notice your hair getting stronger, shinier and healthier. And that, in turn, will affect your confidence and appearance!
Bonus tip: Get your hair cut regularly
Damage often starts at the ends of your hair. Split ends can slowly work their way up, giving your hair an overall dull and unhealthy look. Getting your hair (ends) cut regularly is a simple but effective way to keep your hair looking fresh and vibrant. Schedule a visit to the salon every six to eight weeks to kiss those dead ends goodbye. A good hair stylist will also give you advice on which products are most suitable for your hair. For example, visit Hairforce 1 in Heemstede, Rise Hair Lounge in Amersfoort or Salon B in Utrecht. These are salons that know what they are doing and where you get good, honest advice.
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