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MissFree 10-11-2011 12:46 AM

Transitioning from Heat Damaged Hair??
 
Hi everyone! :hello2: I am new to the site, but I have been lurking for a little before I decided to join. I just had a really brief question and it might have been asked before, but I am going to ask again.

I have heat damaged hair, severely in some places in my hair, in others not so much. The hair towards the crown of my head is really straight and flimsy looking, and towards the back of the my head and the sides its much better but still has a little damage.

So my question is, can I grow out heat damage just like I would if it were a relaxer? And any other tips that could help me to make my transition better?

Thank you so much. :thumright:

pprMACHEheart 10-11-2011 01:51 PM

Yes, you can grow out your heat damaged hair the way you would a relaxer. Trim as you go and stay away from the heat tools. Also try a protein treatment then follow it up with a deep treatment . . . do that occasionally.

MissFree 10-11-2011 05:10 PM

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Originally Posted by pprMACHEheart (Post 1785579)
Yes, you can grow out your heat damaged hair the way you would a relaxer. Trim as you go and stay away from the heat tools. Also try a protein treatment then follow it up with a deep treatment . . . do that occasionally.


Okay thank you so much :)

askme 10-12-2011 10:50 AM

Hello :wave:
I used to have heat damaged too and I tried everything, then I started using Pro Naturals Moroccan Oil Hair Treatment with Heat Protector which is pretty good and it can help you to repair your hair, it helps strengthen the hair that's prone to breakage, splitting or snapping off, gently smooths the hair, reduces Frizz and helps prevent heat damage, plus leaves hair healthy, shiny and resilient. Hope this can help and good luck with that. :grommit: :happy1:


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