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How To Restore Heat-Damaged Hair

Updated: Sep 8, 2023




Heat damaged hair is not hard to restore as most people think.


Heat styling is one of the most popular techniques in the beauty industry. However, exposing your hair to extremely high temperatures can weaken your hair strands, causing breakage.


But does this mean heat styling is bad for your hair? Well, the truth is, heat styling tools are fast, effective, and convenient when used correctly. Knowing how to use them effectively will help you achieve your desired results hassle-free. And before we get down on how to achieve all that, let's have a look at the signs of heat-damaged hair.



Signs of Heat Damage on Hair?


Many factors may contribute to hair damage, and heat is one of them. Knowing the signs can help you restore your hair before the damage is extreme. And here are the signs to look out for:


· Split ends

· Dry and dull hair

· Porous hair

· Too tangled

· Rough texture


Now that you know the signs, let's have a look at how to restore your hair.


Limit Heat Exposure


Limiting the amount of heat your hair is exposed to is one of the ways to repair heat-damaged hair. And this is where a heat protectant comes in. Always use a heat protectant when blow-drying the hair.


Avoid Over Shampooing


Shampooing hair daily washes off the dirt and natural oils that help moisturize your hair leaving it dry. Shampooing once or twice a week will help keep your hair moisturized and shiny. If you have an oily scalp that makes your hair look greasy, consider using dry shampoo to clean things in between shampoo days.


Avoid using hot water when washing your hair.



Be Gentle to Your Hair


Handling heat damaged hair requires carefulness, and rubbing your hair with a rough towel worsens the situation. A microfiber towel comes in handy and is gentle to your hair. Make sure you do not use a lot of force. If you have time, make sure you air-dry your hair.


Add Deep Conditioning Treatments to Your Hair care Routine


Deep conditioning your hair once a week is a great way to restore and keep it hydrated. However, do not overdo it. A tablespoon is enough. Start applying the conditioner from the roots and comb, and leave for about an hour before shampooing.


Choose the Right Style


The hairstyle you adopt after your hair gets damaged, will determine how fast you will restore your hair. Before you even think of braiding your hair or using a topper, you need to visit a professional hair stylist for hair trimming. Once you are done, you can inquire about the routine or how long you should give your hair a break before braiding to help strengthen the strands and products to use according to your hair.


Contour Day Spa has experienced hair stylists well versed with current hair trends and products. Visit us today for help.


Wrapping Up


Hair damage never limits your ability to regain your beautiful hair after exposure to heat. With the above tips, you can kick-start your hair restoration journey with confidence. Give them a shot and share your experience with us.

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