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When your hair is damaged, you know how difficult it can be to get it back into tip-top shape. And as you know, everything from dyeing your hair to frequently using heat tools can lead to more damage. But the good news is, there are some easy steps you can take to help. Below, learn about a system of shampoo, conditioner, and balm designed for damaged, colored hair from L’Oréal Paris, plus find tips for taking care of damaged hair.
Have damaged, colored hair? Don’t hide your locks away underneath a hat anymore! Try the L'Oréal Paris EverPure Repair & Defend Shampoo, L'Oréal Paris EverPure Repair & Defend Conditioner, and L'Oréal Paris EverPure Repair Remedy Balm. Apply the shampoo to wet hair and massage it gently into a thick lather, then rinse thoroughly. Follow up with the conditioner and leave it on for one to two minutes, then rinse. Twice a week or as needed, swap out the conditioner for the balm. Apply the balm after using the shampoo and leave it on for three to five minutes, then rinse.
Show your damaged hair some TLC by adding these tips to your hair care routine!
When you have damaged strands, it’s important to baby them. That means no aggressive scrubbing when you’re in the shower. Instead, gently massage shampoo and conditioner into your locks.
You know how we told you to be gentle when washing your hair? Well, that same rule applies when it comes to brushing. When you do brush, work your way from the bottom to the top of your head of hair instead of from the top to the bottom. Get any of the knots at the bottom out before moving up—and if you need to, spritz on a detangler after shampooing and conditioning to help make brushing easier once your hair has dried. (Don’t even think about brushing wet hair, since that’s when it’s most fragile!)
After you’ve stepped out of the shower, reach for a cotton T-shirt instead of a towel, since it can be more gentle on your hair than a towel.
It’s time for a fresh start! Sometimes, you just have to get those damaged ends snipped off. Why not use this as an opportunity to try a trendy haircut, such as a lob?
Like we said earlier, frequent use of heat tools can potentially cause damage, so it might be time to take a break from your blow-dryer, curling wand, and flat iron. That doesn’t mean your hair still can’t look fabulous, though. Embrace your natural texture and air dry your hair instead. Here are three ways to style your hair sans heat.
Use mousse. Enhance your hair’s natural shape by applying an egg-sized amount of the L'Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle AIR DRY IT Ruffled Body Mousse to wet hair, evenly distributing it from roots to ends. Flip your hair over and scrunch, then let your hair air dry.
Spritz on a wave spray. Post-shower, spray a little bit of the L'Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle AIR DRY IT Wave Swept Spray onto damp hair, then braid your hair to make waves. Create one braid for looser waves or multiple braids for tighter waves. Once your hair has dried, undo the braids and tousle your hair for a carefree effect.
Apply a styling cream. Use the L'Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle AIR DY IT Undone Style Cream on wet hair, working it through evenly from roots to ends. Once your hair has dried, you can also apply a tiny bit on your ends for some extra smoothness.