Damaged hair has become every bleached-hair girl’s absolute worst nightmare. And as we are approaching the pinnacle of the Instagram age, girls are bleaching and dyeing their hair now more than ever.
Hair damage is a lot more than just split ends; it may also look frizzy or/and dull and can be very difficult to manage. The only true cure is prevention: taking steps to prevent further damage. It’s important to learn how to manage damaged hair with a proper hair care routine. With a few targeted treatments and some easy tips and tricks to prevent further hair damage or breakage, your beautiful mane will be tamed in no time.
The first step is to know where you went wrong! Here are some possible issues that may have contributed to your damaged hair:
(a) It’s From Bleach
It’s common knowledge that bleach can inflict a significant amount of damage to your hair. Bleach is typically used to remove your natural hair color, causing it to swell and allowing the bleach to enter the inner parts of your strand in order to dissolve the melanin (which is what gives your hair your natural colour).