How to Repair Hair After Bleaching

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Bleaching has a tendency to damage your hair if you're not careful. Find out how to repair hair after bleaching with help from a licensed hair stylist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Tenisha, and I'm going to talk to you today about how to repair your hair after bleaching. So we start off with beautiful hair like this and we decide that we want to be platinum blond. Yeah, it's going to damage your hair, absolutely. It's going to leave your cuticle open. It's going to leave your hair dry and it's not going to look this good. So the best advice that I can give you is use shampoos and conditioners. Shampoos actually that have extra conditioner in it and conditioners that are like extra moisturizing. Also you you want to leave in leave-in conditioners and you want to cut your hair every six to eight weeks to remove the damage as it's growing out. The only way to completely completely get rid of the damage that bleach causes is to cut your hair all off and nobody wants to do that. So as you're cutting your hair when it's growing out, you'll see a difference. You also see a big difference in using a lot of different moisturizers in your hair. Leave them in and before you know it, your hair will be grown out and back to normal and remember, bleach causes a lot of damage, think about it before you do it. My name is Tenisha, and I've answered your question on how to repair your hair after bleach.


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