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How To Detect And Repair Damaged Hair?

 

Our hair is basically composed of three layers, and when the outer protective layer is damaged, our hair looks bad. Of course, the main reason for this is that we do not take good care of our hair and we kill it for various maintenance and styling efforts. When other factors such as pollution, temperature, and sun are added to this as well as our own efforts, it becomes more difficult for our hair to protect themselves.

Causes of Hair Damage

Opening the Color

Opening the Color | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

To dye our hair to a lighter color, we first need to lighten it. We do this by removing the pigments in the hair. This pressure on the outer layer weakens the hair and causes the ends to break. Now it becomes pale and bad as there are no layers left to hold the moisture in the hair.

Dyeing

Dyeing | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

Although dyeing hair seems harmless, the chemicals used in dyeing actually damage the protective layer of the hair and as a result, the hair becomes weak.

Perm

Perm | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

Perming is applied to make the hair curly, and for this job, the basic structure of the hair is first broken and then combined with its new shape. The abundance of chemicals used in this process causes even the innermost layer of the hair to be exposed to external factors.

 

Tying Hair

Tying Hair | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

If you are constantly tying your hair, let us state that this especially damages the roots and weakens the hair. Especially when wet, tying the hair, unfortunately, causes permanent damage.

Brushing Too Much

Brushing Too Much | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

Too much brushing and combing your hair, harm them. Especially cheap brushes cause the greatest damage as they catch too much hair.

Using Excess Shampoo

Using Excess Shampoo | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

Shampoos clean the scalp and remove excess oil and dirt. However, if you wash your hair too much, this shampoo removes the natural oil called sebum, and as a result, the fat layers of the hair that will protect them disappear.

Processes with heat

Using Excess Shampoo | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

Any appliance that gives heat to your hair is definitely damaging to the hair. Because of blow dryers, straighteners, and other tools that dry and remove moisture from the hair cause excessive drying of the hair.

Using the Wrong Products

Using the Wrong Products | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

The harmful substances that can be found in hair care products and shampoos cause the hair to be exposed to chemical effects. Therefore, it would be good to stay away from shampoos that are very cheap and contain plenty of chemicals.

Symptoms of Damaged Hair

Hard Texture

Hard Texture | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

The easiest way to detect if your hair is damaged is to hold the hair upside down and run your fingers from the end to the beginning. If your fingers get caught in the hair, they are probably damaged.

 

Matte Appearance

Damaged hair usually does not shine and becomes dull. Especially hair that does not shine even aftercare shows signs of damage.

Broken Ends

Take some of your hair and twist the ends slightly. If you see parts sticking out of the hair, it means the pieces are split in half and it's time to cut the ends.

Lack of Moisture

Lack of Moisture | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

Dry hair is not always damaged hair, but damaged hair is always dry. If you cannot keep your hair looking well-groomed no matter what you do, it means your hair cannot trap moisture.

Excessive broken hair strands

Excessive broken hair strands | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

If your hair breaks even when touched with a comb, it means they are severely damaged.

Puffiness

When the outer layer of the hair is damaged, moisture penetrates the gaps in the cracks, and as a result, the hair always remains puffy.

Loss of Elasticity

Hair normally stretches to a point, but damaged hair does not stretch and breaks or breaks directly.

Suggestions for Damaged Hair

Early Diagnose and Repair

If you have many of the above points, it is time to protect your hair. With the right care, you can restore vitality to your hair. Therefore, as soon as the signs of damage appear, you should start the maintenance and repair process immediately.

Cut Damaged ends

Cut Damaged ends | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

If the ends of your hair are broken, you should remove the ends before fixing the hair. Because sometimes even removing the ends can bring the hair back to itself. However, make sure the scissors cut very well while removing the ends. Otherwise, the ends of the hair will be damaged again.

Avoid Hot Processes

As soon as you notice that your hair is damaged, put aside devices that apply heat treatment, and do not use them. Because they will do more damage.

No Hair Coloring and Chemicals

Chemicals are the biggest enemies of hair, and unfortunately, dyeing, lightening, perming, or using other chemicals cause irreversible damage. For this reason, you should stay away from all kinds of chemical processes until the hair is recovered.

Use Sulfate-Free Shampoo

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The presence of harsh chemicals such as sulfate in shampoos damages the hair, so be careful about the absence of sulfates when choosing a shampoo. Sulfate can also be found in some care products.

Although these products clean the hair well, they also take away moisture and weaken the structure.

Use Essential Oils

Oils such as coconut oil, castor oil, olive oil repair hair. Therefore, after applying them to your hair, you can massage them with slow movements and leave them for two hours to wash them. The oils form a protective layer around the hair and also penetrate deep into the hair to supply it with the necessary moisture.

Use Natural Recipes

Use Natural Recipes | How to Detect and Repair Damaged Hair?
 

Hair masks prepared with products such as eggs, mayonnaise, honey, oils, avocado, and banana will be good for your hair.

Consume Protein Foods

You should consume high protein products such as fish, eggs, and yogurt. Because hair consists of protein and therefore protein is needed in its repair. You should also not forget about omega-3 rich foods.

Use Natural Dyes

More natural dye options such as henna will help you color the hair without smothering chemicals.

Apply Hair Protection Before Swimming

Salt in the sea and chlorine in pools damage hair. For this reason, you should protect your hair by using oils such as coconut oil before going swimming.

Live Healthily

It is necessary to lead a healthy life to protect the health of the hair. If you are deficient in vitamins and minerals, if you are overweight or thin, your skin is dry and you do not have energy, your hair and roots will also be affected.

 
 
 
 
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Can Ahmet
 
06.10.2020
 
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