BASED ON YOUR ANSWERS, YOU HAVE damaged hair

Because Your Hair Type is Damaged Hair

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Because Your Hair Type is Damaged Hair

We Recommend the Following

try this product

Keratin Bundle
$42.00

WE PROMISE


SULFATE-FREE

Prevent too many natural oils being stripped from your hair and cause dryness.

natural ingredients

Highly concentrated formulas for longer lasting results.

100% risk free

Try without hassle. FREE RETURN. If you don't like our products, just let us know for a full refund.


Because Your Hair Type is Damaged Hair

We Recommend the Following

try this product

Keratin Bundle
$42.00

WE PROMISE


SULFATE-FREE

Prevent too many natural oils being stripped from your hair and cause dryness.

NATURAL INGREDIENTS

Highly concentrated formulasfor longer lasting results.

100% risk free

Try without hassle. FREE RETURN. If you don't like our products, just let us know for a full refund.


What Causes Damaged Hair?

Regardless of your hair texture, all hair strands have the same structure. Each individual hair strand is protected by a layer of overlapping protein scales called the cuticle.Chemical treatments, hair color, and styling tools can damage this cuticle. As a result, hair becomes dry, brittle, and frizzy.While any hair type can develop damaged hair, those with naturally dry or thin hair are more prone to having damaged hair.

Regardless of your hair texture, all hair strands have the same structure. Each individual hair strand is protected by a layer of overlapping protein scales called the cuticle.Chemical treatments, hair color, and styling tools can damage this cuticle. As a result, hair becomes dry, brittle, and frizzy.While any hair type can develop damaged hair, those with naturally dry or thin hair are more prone to having damaged hair.

How to Treat Damaged Hair?

If you have damaged hair, you’ll want to minimize further damage while adding strength back into your hair. Here’s how:


1. Make a Strengthening Mask 

Making a DIY strengthening mask with gelatin can add much-needed protein back into your hair. Here’s what you need: 

    ● 1 tablespoon powdered gelatin 

    ● ⅓ cup coconut milk 

    ● 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar 

    ● 1 teaspoon raw honey 

Add coconut milk to a small saucepan. Gradually add in the gelatin while stirring with.....Continue Reading >

If you have damaged hair, you’ll want to minimize further damage while adding strength back into your hair. Here’s how:


1. Make a Strengthening Mask

Making a DIY strengthening mask with gelatin can add much-needed protein back into your hair. Here’s what you need: 

      ● 1 tablespoon powdered gelatin 

      ● ⅓ cup coconut milk 

      ● 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar 

      ● 1 teaspoon raw honey 

Add coconut milk to a small saucepan. Gradually add in the gelatin while  stirring with.....Continue Reading >

What Causes Damaged Hair?


Regardless of your hair texture, all hair strands have the same structure. Each individual hair strand is protected by a layer of overlapping protein scales called the cuticle. Chemical treatments, hair color, and styling tools can damage this cuticle. As a result, hair becomes dry, brittle, and frizzy. While any hair type can develop damaged hair, those with naturally dry or thin hair are more prone to having damaged hair.

How to Treat Damaged Hair?

If you have damaged hair, you’ll want to minimize further damage while adding strength back into your hair. Here’s how:

  

1. Make Peace with Your Natural Hair Type


Many women end up with damaged hair when they try to change their hair texture and color. Frequent applications of hair color, plus chemical treatments like relaxers and perms can totally destroy the hair shaft.If your hair is fried, it’s time to go back to your roots. Literally. Your hairstylist may be able to color your hair back to your natural color so you can grow out your hair.If you’ve altered the natural texture of your hair, you can try wearing protective hairstyles until your natural hair grows out (more on this later). Or if you’re feeling bold, ask your hairstylist for a big chop! While you’ll lose your lengths, your remaining hair will be instantly healthy and much easier to take care of.


2. Make a Strengthening Mask


Making a DIY strengthening mask with gelatin can add much-needed protein back into your hair. Here’s what you need: 

   ● 1 tablespoon powdered gelatin 

   ● ⅓ cup coconut milk 

   ● 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar 

   ● 1 teaspoon raw honey 

 Add coconut milk to a small saucepan. Gradually add.....Continue Reading >


Because Your Hair Type is Damaged Hair

We Recommend the Following

try this product

Keratin Bundle
$42.00

WE PROMISE


SULFATE-FREE

Prevent too many natural oils

being stripped from your hair and

cause dryness.

natural ingredients

Highly concentrated formulas

for longer lasting results.

100% risk free

Try without hassle. FREE RETURN. If you don't like our products, just let us know for a full refund.


What Causes Damaged Hair?

Regardless of your hair texture, all hair strands have the same structure. Each individual hair strand is protected by a layer of overlapping protein scales called the cuticle.Chemical treatments, hair color, and styling tools can damage this cuticle. As a result, hair becomes dry, brittle, and frizzy.While any hair type can develop damaged hair, those with naturally dry or thin hair are more prone to having damaged hair.

  

How to Treat Damaged Hair?

If you have damaged hair, you’ll want to minimize further damage while adding strength back into your hair. Here’s how:

  

1. Make Peace with Your Natural Hair Type


Many women end up with damaged hair when they try to change their hair texture and color. Frequent applications of hair color, plus chemical treatments like relaxers and perms can totally destroy the hair shaft.If your hair is fried, it’s time to go back to your roots. Literally. Your hairstylist may be able to color your hair back to your natural color so you can grow out your hair.If you’ve altered the natural texture of your hair, you can try wearing protective hairstyles until your natural hair grows out (more on this later). Or if you’re feeling bold, ask your hairstylist for a big chop! While you’ll lose your lengths, your remaining hair will be instantly healthy and much easier to take care of.


2. Make a Strengthening Mask


Making a DIY strengthening mask with gelatin can add much-needed protein back into your hair. Here’s what you need: 


      ● 1 tablespoon powdered gelatin 

      ● ⅓ cup coconut milk 

      ● 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar 

      ● 1 teaspoon raw honey 


Add coconut milk to a small saucepan. Gradually add.....Continue Reading >



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