Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Heat Protectant

Everyone should always be using a heat protectant when blow drying, flat ironing, or curling your hair. You don't really know what kind of damage it is causing until you have it and can't get rid of it without cutting your hair short.

The way a heat protectant works is by coating your hair with the product. When you use any sort of heat tool, the heat burns the product coating off your hair before actually burning your hair.

Sebastian Trilliant, Paul Mitchel Hot Off the Press, Chi Iron Guard, RedKen Iron Silk 07, RedKen Smooth Down, Joico Leave-in Protectant.

You can go from having sleek, silky, healthy hair to having split ends, breakage, frizz, and fluffy hair. 

Your hair may also seem like it is growing very slow, not growing, or even getting shorter depending on how much damage you have because it is possible that your hair is breaking at the same rate that your hair is growing!

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