Here are some of the products I’ve been using for my hair- which has been damaged by repeated bleaching (especially at the last salon I went to). While I don’t think any commercially available product will be able to restore my hair structure to it’s original condition, I’m hoping to at least get it looking healthy and reduce breakages as much as possible until it grows out.
I’ve found that this combination of products have worked well for me thus far…
Kerastase Oleo Relax
I found that this works really well on towel dried hair before a blow dry to make my hair feel healthy and not so frazzled in the parts that have been over-bleached.
Toni and Guy Gloss Serum*
Works well for straight styles to give it a ‘perfect’glossy look. It can be a little heavy for curled hair.
Kerastase Oleo Relax
When you use it on dry hair, it gives it a healthy shine and controls frizziness.
Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray*
Great for giving glossiness and maintaining frizziness to my hair post styling.
This protein treatment works to fill in porous hair to give it strength. I use it after I shampoo and leave it on for a good 10 minutes and although my hair feels like I’ve got nothing on it after I wash it out, the magic happens after you dry off your hair.
Best. Conditioner. EVER. (full review here)
Moogoo Milk Shampoo (reviewed here)
note: products with an asterisk were sent to me by PR for consideration.Posted by myfunnyvalentine on Feb 19th, 2013 in Hair, Reviews | 65130 comments. Hair+Products+I%27m+Loving+For+Colour+Damaged+Hair2013-02-19+01%3A51%3A03myfunnyvalentinehttp%3A%2F%2Fmyfunnyvalentineblog.com%2F%3Fp%3D6513
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