Dec 30, 2017, 05:20pm
Hair Help
forum Fashion & Body Mods
Over the past year I've dyed my hair almost all the colors of the rainbow, and recently I've dyed it back to a more natural color. I was wondering what hair care products could help my damaged hair, and make it grow longer?
I am also okay with hair care tips XD
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Dec 31, 2017, 06:11am

They have gummy hair vitamin bears. They are expensive as heck though o.o
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Jan 20, 2018, 01:01am

I've been getting my hair dyed for about three years, and I'm just now growing it out. This is something I've been maintaining/learning about the entire time I've had my hair dyed so I know a bit haha teehee

I do a hair mask once per week and a deep conditioning/color treatment once per week (I still want my hair vibrant as it grows out). I try not to shampoo as often as I did when my hair was natural. Make sure your shampoo is sulfate free as sulfates are harsh and strip more oils than necessary. Try not to heat treat your hair and if you do, use heat protectant sprays. I do take vitamins for my hair but they're not the gummy ones scribbles is talking about. Flax seeds apparently have omega-3s and other shit that's good for your hair, so sometimes I add them to smoothies. I also use silk pillowcases which help to keep hair from getting frizzy and damaged while you move around in your sleep. Not putting hair up in ponytails or braiding also helps to prevent damage. Finally, it might be worth it to go to a salon and have an olaplex treatment done!
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May 11, 2018, 03:12am

Virgin coconut oil in for a hour before you wash your hair for the damage meow
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May 17, 2018, 02:49am

I swear by apple cider vinegar rinses. My hair regimen includes washing my hair with as little shampoo as possible, and washing it as little as possible in the first place, and using organic raw coconut oil like Toxic suggested as a conditioner. A little goes a long way. Leave it in for at least 3 minutes before rinsing it out and then use 1-2 tablespoons organic apple cider vinegar per cup of water and dip the ends of your hair in it. Use the rest and pour it over your scalp. Don't rinse it again. Leave the diluted vinegar in your hair and get out of the shower. I keep diluted apple cider vinegar in a glass spray bottle and use it on my ends between washes.

I've also heard from many sources that Biotin supplements help to strengthen hair and nails although I've personally never tried it.
Edited by MoreLenore on May 17, 2018, 02:50am
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May 19, 2018, 03:48pm

-- Coconut oil is super fab for dry or frizzy hair. I get a very small amount on my fingers and then finger comb this through my hair about an hour after hair washing. It soaks in really well and improves both texture and appearance. Plus it seems to be less prone to tangles.

-- Another option is honey. Add a spoon of honey to a jug of warm water and pour over wet hair. Allow to soak in for a goodly long time and then rinse off thoroughly. Honey is also a natural source of peroxide so may lighten your hair a bit. But not in a damaging way
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Jun 04, 2018, 01:17pm

I have dyed my hair quite often over the years and one product that is good is Pantene...It really makes your hair smooth and silky..I also recommend salon products, I love Biolage and Nexxus best...I don't use a conditioner on my hair if it has to stay on for a while cause my hair is very oily and greasy..Spray on conditioner is excellent too, I use some called Aussie and it is in a purple bottle...8-]]
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Jun 08, 2018, 08:12pm

Ahh... I've used Pantene before like chyna-vixen suggested. I've found if you're using store bought shampoo and conditioner products that you switch products at least every other time you purchase new ones. Each product provides and subtracts from your hair in their own way and when you use the same product for too long your hair tends to hate you for it. At first it can be great... but not after the second or third bottle of it in my experience.
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