How To Repair Chemically Treated Hair

In today’s times, it will be difficult to find a girl who has not gone through a ‘damaged tresses phase’. We all hate the monotony and love experimenting on our mane, be it with hair colour, straightening or treatments which sometimes backfire. Thanks to all the chemicals present in those treatments, our hair suffers from hair damage. As a result, we need to step back and take some essential measures to nourish our precious locks back to life. Following these simple steps will help your mane to recover slowly but steadily.

1. Step 1:

Picking the right kind of shampoo is a crucial step when recovering from damaged hair. Look for ingredients like Keratin and Argan Oil that help provide the nourishment your hair is in dire need of. The BBLUNT Repair Remedy Shampoo For Damaged Hair comes power packed with these magic elixirs and your hair will thank you for picking this shampoo.

2. Step 2:

The chemically treated hair is fragile and hence more prone to breakage. Times like these require deep nourishment. We often skip the conditioner in our hair cleansing routine, but ladies, this will hamper your route to recovery. Always apply the BBLUNT Repair Remedy Conditioner For Damaged Hair to your hair and leave it in for a few minutes before washing it off. This will ensure that your hair is smooth and strong.

3. Step 3:

Always complete your hair cleanse routine with the BBLUNT Repair Remedy Leave-In Cream For Damaged Hair as this will act like a protective layer that will save your hair from all the environmental hazards. Just take a small amount in your palms and apply evenly on damp hair, focusing on mid-lengths and ends. So start working your way to stronger mane and thank us later for it! While you nourish your mane back to health, tactfully hide the damage with these Easy Updos To Keep Your Hair In Place
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