Everyone at one point and time has an accident and fries their bangs, So what is your excuse for frying your bangs? Did you get a little crazy with the curling iron or did your colorist go overboard dying your black hair white-blonde.
Maybe you put a perm atop a coloring job & fried your hair that way. In any case, if your hair feels like straw, it is fried. Believe it or not, there is relief out there in the form of treatments especially for damaged/colored treated hair and dry/damaged hair.
I've personally tried a lot of fried hair fixes (Because I too suffer from dry frizzy hair) and I will share some of my favorites with you that have brought my hair back to life more than once.
All you need to get is a deep conditioner as soon as possible. You simply run the product throughout your hair & leave on for several minutes. The product will absorb into your hair shaft & soften your hay-like strands.
Covering your hair with a plastic bag and then a warm towel or sitting under a bonnet type hair dryer will help the conditioner penetrate into the hair shaft, there are also special bonnets specifically for this that you can pop into the micro wave.
The trick is to allow the heat to do it's magic. The amount of time it takes: About 10 minutes, not including the shower. Try to deep condition twice a week the first couple of weeks, then continue once a week.
The complicated (but sure) fix I love, this recipe was shared by celebrity stylist Chris McMillan in the April 2006, issue of Allure magazine. (You may know McMillan as Jennifer Aniston's hairstylist/best friend).
Step 1: Mix in a bowl 2 tablespoons each of rinse-out conditioner, a leave-in conditioner, a deep conditioner & a hair mask.
Step 2: Comb the mixture through clean, damp hair making sure to focus most of the product on mid-shaft down to the ends.
Step 3: Wet 2 large towels, wring them out & heat one in a microwave for 1-2 minutes
(depending on how hot your microwave gets the towel, you want it tolerable to touch, but steamy warm).
Step 4: Wrap hair up in the hot towel while you heat second towel in microwave.
Step 5: Alternate wrapping hair in towels about 2-3 times.
This ultra-deep conditioner should be repeated once a week to make sure that you get the proper results. Once your hair has returned to a softer and smoother condition, treat your hair to this once a month to keep it in top condition.
Once you get all of your hair’s frizziness under control, you will be able to catch up any of the latest hairstyle trends.
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