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How to reverse chemical damage

Updated: May 16, 2022


There is no worse feeling than seeing your once healthy hair begin to break off! You probably have tried just about every product by now to try and reverse the damage but it just doesn't seem to change.


Wondering what exactly chemical damage is?


Chemical damage is damage to the hair that is from hair color or lightening services. This can cause your hair to break, lose its elasticity, become dry, and be more prone to frizz.


This is one of many reasons women turn to extensions!


You can get the best results by using a combination of hair treatments and extensions.


Hair extensions are a great way to give your hair a break from all the damage caused by styling and chemicals. They can also be used if you want to add length or volume to your hair. The best part about having extensions is that they need styling less often which in turn gives your natural hair the much needed break it deserves!


Treatments are very helpful when it comes to repairing damaged hair. However the most common mistake i find guests make is using products with Keratin in them! While Keratin has it's place in the hairThere is no worse feeling than seeing your once healthy hair begin to break off! You probably have tried just about every product by now to reverse the damage, but it just doesn't seem to change.


Odds are you can't reverse the problem because your hair is suffering from chemical damage. Wondering what exactly chemical damage is?


Hair color or other lightening services can cause damage to your hair. The chemicals in these products attack the protective outer layer making your hair weaker, leaving cracks in the exterior, and eventually, this can cause your hair to break, lose its elasticity, become dry, and be more prone to frizz.


You have a couple of choices if your hair is suffering from a chemical cut!


Your first option is chemical treatments. Treatments are very helpful when it comes to repairing damaged hair. However the most common mistake we find guests make is using products with Keratin in them! While Keratin has its place in the hair world, we believe that it's best to leave it to the professionals. Keratin can easily be over used when used at home. This actually can damage your hair more. So crazy right! My current favorite treatment is the Davines Oi Liquid Luster. It softens the hair and adds a ton of shine!


Odds are you've tried chemical treatments with out much luck, so...


Your second option for fixing chemical damage to your hair–go short. A bob hairstyle, pixie cut, or an asymmetrical cut will give you shorter hair and remove the damaged hair. We get it, this might be a nightmare for you because you don't want short hair. Other options include shaving your head and buying a wig. If you don't like any of your options, so far, we have one more that might be right for you–hair extensions.


In our experience, 90% of women with chemical damage choose hair extensions.


Hair extensions are a great way to give your hair a break from all the damage caused by styling and chemicals. They can also be used if you want to add length or volume to your hair. The best part about having extensions is that they need styling less often which in turn gives your natural hair the much needed break it deserves!


You can get the best results by using a combination of hair treatments and extensions.


A combination of hair extensions and treatments will put you on the path to soft shiny hair in no time. My guests come back each appointment with hair that is getting longer and stronger!


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