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How to Take Good Care of Your Bleached Hair?

How to Take Good Care of Your Bleached Hair?

How to Take Good Care of Bleached Hair?

If you are a person who loves to get those sun-kissed locks, then you definitely need to build up a hair care routine to take good care of your bleached hair. Dyed hair tend to dry out especially if bleach is used. Bleached hair actually become porous and lose their moisture and strength. That is why they often look more frizzy and tangled. Bleached hair are also prone to breakage and hair fall.

Tips to Take Care of Bleached Hair:

This article provides an ultimate guide that will help you to build up a hair care routine that will help you attain well-conditioned lock all the year round.

  1. Do not wash your hair more frequently:

Do not make it a habit to wash your hair very frequently because it rips off the natural oils from your hair and even washes out a little amount of color from your hair. Restrict hair washing routine to only three times per week. You can even reduce it to two times per week. You can use dry shampoo to remove the greasy look of your hair and make them look lively. Avoid using the dry shampoo on the ends to prevent them from drying out and giving a frizzy look.

  1. Reduce the use of heat styling tool:

Heat styling tools simply damage your hair. Using these tools to the bleached, dry ends can make them look more dehydrated. If you still tend to use the heat styling tools, remember to apply a heat treatment spray or mist that protects your hair from heat. 

  1. Do not bleach the ends of your hair:

The ends of your hair are more prone to breakage. You should never apply bleach to the ends of your hair because bleach is always applied to the whole hair shaft. In this way, bleach is applied many times to the ends of your hair, therefore the ends turn drier and weaker.

  1. Avoid chlorine:

If you are a swimming freak or tend to go on a holiday where you would take a dip in the pool, it is better to prepare your locks before exposing them to the chlorinated water. Apply a deep conditioner to your hair or invest in swimming cap to protect your hair from chlorine. 

  1. Use special shampoos designed for bleached hair:

Invest your money in shampoos that are specially designed for bleached hair. These shampoos are gentler on your hair and neutralize the yellow tones giving your hair a shiny and vibrant appearance. Remember to read the labels and avoid buying shampoos that contain sulphate.

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  1. Check the temperature of water:

Always wash your bleached locks with lukewarm water. Using hot water opens up the cuticles which make your hair fall out. So it is advisable to wash your hair with lukewarm water and then rinsing your hair with conditioner with cooler water.

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