How to Revive Bleach Fried Hair?11th October 2019
Yes, we have all done it, maybe more then once 😱 but how did we go about concealing our error? Or did you just lob it off into the shortest bob you could pretend to want ?
Well, this happened to me a little more than too many times due various reasons like pregnancy, post partem hair issues, dumb moments etc…
What does chemically burned hair look like? Or bleach fried hair ?
Other then the straw dry feeling there is also a gewy wet stringy condition that exists when you fry your hair.
This gewy, spaghetti type hair is the most common reason women cut their hair after bleaching it. This isn’t just because a snippy happy hair dresser says you have to cut inches off and lectures you about ” getting a professional to do your hair” but because it just doesnt feel nice anymore, seeing it snap is depressing and the embarrassment of facing your frends with frizzeled hair and their 😒 ” I told you so” expression just makes you lop it off.
Do you have to cut it off ?
This is debatable, many hairdressers tell you yes, they say you cant repair damaged hair and that you just have to bite the bullet, accept your wrong doings and snip it off.
But others like myself will say its definitely possible. How can I say this? Well, I have done it myself. From soggy spaghetti, fried hair to locks once again was as simple as looking after my hair.
How did I repair my bleach fried hair ?
The answer to this is very simple. I used this Moisture Hair Butter which is 100% natural, made from shea butter and smells amazing.
What’s so good about Shea Butter ?
Shea butter’s anti-inflammatory properties might also help reduce redness and scalp irritation by providing healing effects without clogging the pores. Additionally, as a natural product, it’s safe to use on all types of hair, even hair that’s damaged, dry, or color treated
Shea butter provides moisture to dry and damaged hair from the roots to the tips, leaving it healthy and shiny. Because it’s rich in vitamins A and E, shea butter soothes dryness, repairs breakage, and mends split ends
So next time you dont listen to those who know best and you fry your own hair, you dont have to lob it off…