How to camouflage hair damage?


Shorten your hair - yourself!


Probably your hair is much longer at the moment and, we assume, with more visible damage than what you are used to. Blow-drying and dyeing at home, plus constant stress and anxiety, have left their mark on your hair. Cutting off-dry and damaged ends will refresh your hair

But hair shortening should not be drastic. It is enough to cut off the ends in the length of half to 2.5 cm. It is even more important to use professional hairdressing scissors during this procedure, which are sharp and precise. Cut your hair when it is completely dry - this way you will be able to realistically estimate its length. 

Keep in mind that wet hair lasts longer than dry hair. When it comes to bangs, gather them in the shape of a triangle and move them away from the face - to have a realistic picture of the length. Cut horizontally, then pull a few more vertical strokes to soften sharp cuts. 

You can also let the bangs grow, and then just comb them and attach them with a decorative hairpin or hairpin. Both ruffles and scarves can be helpful. These accessories are in the foreground and distract from the rest of the hair.

Intensify the care regimen

If you have naturally curly hair, reduce the number of shampooings on a weekly basis, thus preventing moisture loss. Use sulfate-free shampoos, such as L’Oréal Paris Elseve Extraordinary Oil 3in1 Nourishing Shampoo. 

Hydrating your hair is always a good idea, but it is even more important to do it when you take longer breaks between haircuts. Experts recommend regenerative hair packaging once a week, for all hair types. If you have thin and weak hair, use milder formulas, such as Kérastase Nutritive Masquintense for Dry Fine Hair. 

More nourishing packages are necessary for the care of curly and wavy hair. For example Byphasse two-phase packaging for curly hair. Also, it is useful to avoid thermal treatments (blow-drying, use of a press…). 

Hair that dries in a natural way looks the most beautiful, and in which you previously - while it was still wet - rubbed a combination of styling products. Our suggestion: Pantene Pro-V Love your waves conditioner and NIVEA Curl Plumping hair mousse.

Use tricks for damaged hair


Damaged and dried parts of the hair can be successfully camouflaged by applying preparations with coconut or macadamia oil, such as Macadamia Professional Weightless Repair Leave-In Conditioning Mist. Experts say that the natural ingredients in the preparations close the cuticle of an individual hair, which creates the appearance of healthy and shiny hair. 

Also, to cover the damage, you can use an electric curler and form several curls or waves with it. Twisting the ends inwards allows the split ends to blend in with the texture of the rest of the hair. Of course, before curling, don't forget to rub a preparation for protection against thermal damage into your hair. 

Also, you can make a high ponytail, wrap it in a bun, and fix the damaged ends with hairpins and thus keep them out of sight.

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