Friday, 18 March 2016

How To Revive Damaged Natural Hair In Just A Few Easy Steps

Lior + Lone
ladies, your prayers have been answered. this post is about how to revitalise your hair especially if you have been braiding for quite some time ( i need this too). 
It would take a lifetime for me to achieve Teyonah Parris’ outstanding mane, but that
hasn’t stopped me from trying. This past August, I accidentally destroyed my locks attempting to darken my hair. I wanted to match Parris’ voluminous, ebony coif.


I followed the instructions to the letter, slipping on the one-size-fits-no-one gloves and dousing my hair in dye. Unfortunately, my puffy curls were too fragile for the permanent chemicals. The dye left my hair dried out and broken, and I only made it worst by straightening my natural kinks to cover the damage. It was painful to watch two years of hair growth quite literally wash down my tub’s drain. At first, I panicked. Then, I consulted a hair stylist who gave it to me straight: I’d thoroughly f*cked up my hair.
When I went natural, the decision created an intimate relationship between me and my strands. I knew which products would transform my overnight twist-out into a luxurious, puffy ‘fro and which serums would guard my locks from heat damage.
Still, I was unaware of how drastically a botched dye job could change my texture, beauty regimen and everything I thought I knew about my hair. Not to mention, my confidence took a blow, but that’s a story for another day.
Today, I’m still fighting to regain my full-bodied hair by living by a strict restorative routine. Here’s what’s worked for me so far. read more HERE

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