Hair Repair

Now that you have been isolated from your hairstylist thanks to COVID-19, it’s time to talk about repairing and handling your hair at home.

First, replace lost moisture. Look for shampoos and conditioners that contain rich moisture such as Vitamin E and moisture rich lipids. If conditioners weigh your hair down then treat only the areas needed or use a leave-in conditioner and rinse it out.

If your hair color has faded during the absence of seeing your stylist, add life back by using a direct dye product. I prefer Pure Blends. Pure Blends allows stylists to custom blend a color shampoo for your needs, while offering the moisture as described above. If your color has faded extremely, then perhaps your hair needs to be filled. This should only be done by a qualified professional.

Does your hair tend to be frizzy? The best way to handle frizz is with Argan oil. Argan oil, not only helps with frizz, it can help repair the hair due to the proteins found in the argan nut. My personal favorite is Rusk Deep Shine Oil.
Make sure you detangle with care. Start combing your hair from the bottom up.

You must detangle in this fashion in order to prevent breaking your hair. Rinsing with cold water after you condition and using a detangling product will help. A proper brush will help as well, Wet Brush is my choice.

Don’t forget the most important thing in repairing hair is what you do at home. It’s not just up to your stylist, we are in this together.

by Erick Carter

If you have any questions feel free to email me
Erick Carter
Salon Zenergy

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