I've slightly ruined my hair while dyeing, what are my options?by foxyloxyPosted 1 year ago
It was too much of a good thing, I guess, just tried to change my colors multiple times, which of course made my hair super fragile and dry. I can't brush it at this point without crying because so much of it is falling out.
I've been searching for multiple options and am not sure what to get? Should I just let it go and wait it out? I have tried using some guides, but they are just bad like https://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/how-to-repair-damaged-hair tells to not wash hair often... Ok... That's NO HELP AT AL!
Did try everything else from LOC method to argan oil, but it's not helping that much. Another option I have found is to "boil" the hair? I cannot of course put my head into the pot, but maybe submerging some while mixed with oil and it would help? It's from https://www.airyhair.com/blog/damaged-hair-extensions/ which does include some of the options I tried, so not sure?
by foxyloxyPosted 1 year ago
Also, how bad are the wigs during summer?
by AndyaPosted 1 year ago
Where the multiple hair color changes using permanent dyes in natural hair colors? Where the multiple changes using semi-permanent dye in vibrant rainbow colors?
Hai changes as we age and hair falling out could be heredity. Mentioned hair is super fragile and dry. From this information estimate the hair is not falling out but breaking off about 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch from the scalp. Strongly suggest do not use any kind of heat like a hair dryer or heated styling tools on the hair for many weeks. After washing the hair suggest let the hair air dry and giving time for the hair and scalp to absorb moisture.
You could try for a buzz cut or pixie cut, or shave all the hair off and start fresh. I have started at no hair three times and the most recent after having hair etchings. My friend, Amy, has either no hair or short vibrant colored curly hair. She does not like the curls so when the hair gets long, about 2 inches, she shaves the hair off and starts again.
This is your hair and your choice. Definitely be gentle to the hair and also do not use hair spray for awhile, because some hair sprays also make the hair more dry.
These are my suggestions and opinion.
by kitty_exePosted 1 year ago
Honestly not what you want to hear but if your hair won’t dry and it’s texture of chewing gum like it’s all mushy and stretchy it’s beyond repair, if you want to try to repair it will take years and lots of money on olalex etc but it will never be the same honestly you need to cut it off if it’s like this because there’s nothing cheap and quick to fix it no matter what anyone tells you
by lovecatPosted 1 year ago
Hair grows back. If it's that damaged your best bet might be to cut it and start fresh.
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