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[…] know how bad it is because you don’t know any better. You probably don’t know how damaged your hair is and as long as the color turns out “okay” for a $10 box…you’re cool with […]
[…] the protective barrier on hair, making strands more prone to sun and chemical damage. Hair becomes more porous and absorbs and releases water easily, which takes some color along with it when it’s rinsed […]
[…] What causes split ends? The answer isn’t as simple as you may think. There are many different types of split ends and all of them are created by different types of damage. If you’re worried that your hair is very damaged then you may want to start by taking my quiz: How Damaged is My Hair? […]
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[…] for your hair! If you’re not sure if you’ve got too much damage take this quizlet: How Damaged Is My Hair?. It will help you figure out if it’s time to lay off the chemicals and start deep […]
[…] Keep in mind that I’m not suggesting that you try your own color at home, but simply helping you get some ideas before your color consultation. If you choose to color your hair at home it’s at your own risk and that’s a big one ! I explain more about this in 10 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Use Box Color, it’s better to know before it’s too late! If it’s already too late then you may want to check out another quizlet: How Damaged Is My Hair? […]
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[…] Product Review: I’ve been using Pureology’s Perfect 4 Platinum line for quite a while now and I love how much my hair has improved! It wasn’t horrible before but I was using a volume set by Alterna and that wasn’t what my hair needed. If you have chemically treated or natural blonde hair this conditioner will restore your hair and make it feel healthier again. Damage comes in all forms and if you have natural blonde hair you can still have ample damage from the sun, blow drying, flat ironing, and not protecting it with products(click here to take my damage quiz). […]