8 Tips TO FIX DRY HAIR
DO YOU HAVE DRY HAIR?
- DRY HAIR SYMPTOMS : Dull, brittle, hard to detangle.
- “YO-YO” EFFECT : Also known as “second day dry hair“ = Hair that dries out 2 days (or less) after treatment.
- 40 HOURS : That’s how long hair can resist after treatment, before oxidative damage makes it dry again.
- DRY END: Your ends have lived through many years, they are the most sensitized part of your hair. Dryness is even stronger if you have ombre hair.
THE BEAUTY ROUTINE
Every day, the 8 tips of the beauty routine will help you to reduce the risk to have dry hair.
01 – AN INTENSE CARE
Pre-shampoo is ideal for extremely dry or very fine hair. Apply on dry hair and rinse it out before you go on with your beauty routine. With Immersion Nutritive, 10 minutes are enough to let nutrients in.
02 – DRY HAIR SHAMPOO
Choose rich formulas enriched in nourishing agents. When applying the shampoo, work up a lather using your fingertips and gently massage it onto your scalp, avoiding any rough friction.
03 – DRY HAIR TREATMENT
A deep conditioner tames tangles and repairs slightly dry hair. When hair is dehydrated, use a deep treatment at least once a week. For optimal nutrition, leave the masque on for a minimum of 5 minutes. You can also wrap your hair in a warm towel while the formula diffuses.
04 – THE SECRET IS IN RINSING
Prefer lukewarm or cold water over hot water. Cold will help close the scales on hair’s cuticle and seal in nutrition. It will also give your hair extra shine and smoothness.
05 – DON’T OVER-DETANGLE
You should not brush dry hair more than twice a day: in the morning and before bed. It is recommended to use a boar bristles brush, and only brush when hair has fuly dried. On wet hair, use a wide-tooth comb to gently detangle.
06 – WATCH OUT FOR STYLING HEAT
Try to let your hair-dry for a while before proceeding with styling. Apply a texturizing serum or cream formulated for dry hair. Use a styling brush made with wild boar hairs that won’t pul on the hair. Prefer cold air for your blow-dryer.
07 – YOUR HAIR IS WHAT YOU EAT
Make sure that your feeding habits include enough vitamins, mineral salts and faty acids. Fruits, vegetables and nuts are a good source.
08 – YOUR HAIRDRESSER IS YOUR HAIR’S BEST FRIEND
For hair that remains soft and shiny from root to tip, be sure to trim your ends every 2 to 3 months, with a professional hairstylist.