Lynnette Joselly: How to Rehab Chemically-Damaged Hair

How to Rehab Chemically-Damaged Hair

by Jane Park

Changing up your hair color can be lots of fun, but overdoing it or going to a bad colorist can leave your formerly lush locks looking parched and lifeless. Unfortunately, there's no way to undo the damage that's already been done, but giving your hair a little TLC can certainly go a long way.

According to Kattia Solano, owner of Butterfly Studio Salon in New York City: "The only solution here is to get your hair cut often and use a heavy moisturizing treatment. You can alternate between using almond or olive oil and a nourishing mask product like Masquintense by Kerastase, which is excellent for adding moisture to dried locks. The best way to use a deep conditioning treatment or mask is to make a ponytail, apply the product on just your ends (or wherever the hair is damaged), and leave it on overnight; this should be done twice a week. The almond or olive oil should be applied on the ends once a week. Only treating the ends allows the damaged hair to repair itself without making the healthy parts of the hair feel oily or heavy."

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