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A stylist told me that constantly pulling back my hair in a ponytail or using hot rollers too much can put me at risk for hair loss. What should I use to build strength and resilience?
First, be sure to use covered, metal-free elastic bands or professional braiding rubber bands to minimize snags and hair breakage. To add elasticity and tensile strength, use a reconstructor treatment
I recently had extensions put in my hair. How can I take care of them and my natural hair underneath?
To keep your hair looking beautiful, shampoo every week with a diluted pH-balanced shampoo, being careful not to massage scalp. For best results when shampooing, wet your scalp well before you lather.
How do I know my hair is in good enough condition to perm?
Ask your stylist to evaluate the condition of your hair. He or she will check to see that you have good elasticity and enough moisture in your hair.
What is the difference between a sheen spray and a moisturizing lotion?
Sheen sprays only coat the hair, reflecting light to give an illusion of shine. They provide some measure of protection and make hair easier to comb. Moisturizing lotions adhere to the hair to impart
How often should protein treatments be used?
As a general rule, it is safe to use a protein treatment weekly for the first month to restore hair's strength and elasticity. Use once or twice a month thereafter. Overuse of protein treatments can a
What are the benefits of using oils like olive oil or mayonnaise to condition my hair?
Olive oil increases shine and makes dry, brittle hair more manageable. Olive oil hair formulas, and hair care products called mayonnaise because they contain egg protein, combat dryness and increase e
What is the best type of hair dryer for fragile hair?
For thin, fine or fragile hair, use a dryer with at least two air flow settings as well as variable heat settings. For best results, use and ionic ceramic dryer on a low or medium. Continuous negativ
Can I use henna on my hair?
Regular henna is not recommended for use on hair that has been chemically treated. Ardell Hennalucent Semi-Permanent Hair Color and Conditioner is a 100 percent organic translucent toner and condition
My hair is breaking. What can I do?
Hair breaks because it is weak. Deep-penetrating protein treatments, such as TCB Creme Protein Conditioner, Isoplus Deep Penetrating Conditioner or Bone Barrow Deep Penetrating Treatment, can begin to
Is a protein treatment the same as a conditioner?
A protein treatment is a type of deep conditioner that adds protein to the hair cortex, which helps to strengthen hair and restore elasticity. Designed for periodic use, these deep-penetrating treatme
Is there such a thing as a mud mask treatment for hair?
Millennia Mud Reconstructor is natural volcanic ash blended with natural oils and active minerals to help restore moisture content and improve the hair's elasticity without any outside heat source. I
I lighten my hair regularly and lately have experienced some breakage at the ends. What should I do?
Your breakage is most likely due to repeated lightening. First, visit your salon to have your damaged ends cut off and ask your stylist to highlight only the new growth. Use a reconstructor treatment