This usually happens when the ink was greatly diluted by the hairdresser. There are products, shampoos and toners to help conserve the dye. The ideal is to redo it. Golden and reddish reflections give more work, but the toners can help ‘turn on the color. It is also necessary to remember that healthy hair, with regularly trimmed tips and well treated, keeps the color better.
Stress and depression “consume” important nutrients for the hair in addition to altering the normality of some hormones and also act negatively on the root of the hair.
Yes. Poor nutrition in vitamins, minerals and amino acids can lead to falls. The most common situations are regimens without medical guidance, overwork and selective feeding (the one in which the person only eats meat or dough). To avoid hair loss it is important to adopt a diet rich in vegetables, vegetables, milk and meats.
The natural color (determined by melanin, one of the pigments responsible for hair color and skin) varies according to age. The hair darkens during childhood and adolescence, has a stationary period in adulthood and, after that phase, the first white threads begin to appear (a sign that melanin is being produced on a smaller scale).
Finishers (mousse, spraying gel and hair spray) and leave in products (without rinsing) are the most used to achieve these effects.
After washing the hair, remove excess water with a towel by gently drying the roots, always with the head down. Then apply the mousse, using your hands to form the hairstyle.
If you want to emphasize details, such as fringe, nape, sides or lift the roots, choose a hair spray. The products called restructurers are also optimal for volume, as they strengthen the structure of the hair. The continuous use intensifies the action of the treatment and the hair gains natural volume.
To get rid of this problem, always use some type of capillary mask, never forget the conditioner and call for leave in treatments.
The two treatments act on the internal and external structure of the hair. Therefore, it is not recommended that they be performed on the same day. The correct thing is to wait between eight and ten days between one process and another.
They are similar processes, only that for the permanent one they use traditional accessories (finer curlers) and the effect on the hair is of steeper bunches. In the support, more varied and modern elements (bobos, broad curlers and even clips) are used, creating a lighter look, with waves, volume and movement.
Deep moisturizing and capillary restorers help. Do not use any type of hair straightener to loosen the clusters – the best is a hairstyle with a brush.
Using shampoo and conditioner for permanent hair and, after washing, apply a mousse or gel with gentle fixation.
Immediately following a chemical treatment as permanent it is recommended to use an intensive conditioner specific for sensitized hair, able to stabilize the capillary structure. Adopt a line of specific products for permanent hair.
Intensive treatments with deep hydration. Choose shampoos with jojoba oil, soy protein, a conditioner with hydrolyzed silk lanolin and products with liquid keratin.
The brush and dryer are unbeatable in speed. But not to weaken the threads too much, it is best to resort to the big boobies, taking out the marks left by them with a round brush and thick. The cap leaves the hair smooth, but you have to roll the hair around the head circumference on both sides to gain uniformity.
In these processes the product used is the same, the difference is in the technique. In the smoothing, the wicks are combed with more force, more pressure, to achieve a total smooth. When the intention is to decrease the volume, to give more movement to the hair, to loosen the clusters, to obtain wider waves, a relaxation is done, which means that the technique of combing is smoother.
It is advisable to wait at least two to three months to apply the product again, only on the swollen part of the hair and one centimeter away from the scalp.
It is best to limit the brush to once a week, avoiding the use of the hot dryer.
Before making a chemical treatment for the first time, whatever the process, it is essential to perform a test, both on a wick and on the skin. Allergic reactions may occur – hair may not be compatible with chemical work.
If hair or skin is irritated, do not do so.
Yes, because there are specially formulated straightening and softening products for fine and sensitive hair, with treatment substances (chamomile extract and jojoba oil, among others).
If you do not know any hairdressers, proceed as if looking for a doctor – ask, ask for recommendations. After choosing the professional, talk to him, make him know your desires and, altogether, decide for the best. The good hairdresser does, above all, the necessary tests and does not impose – listens and advises.
What is the best way to straighten without mistreating the hair: the technique with hot plates or cold straightening?
Smoothing, combing hair every day with hot iron, ends up sensitizing the threads. A smoothing done by a good professional, with good quality products, avoids this problem, besides not giving so much work and taking time.
No. In the case of permanent stains, only the product can be removed with a pickling, that is, a cleaning process that must be done by a professional.
Yes, it is possible, but the professional who will do this work must first evaluate the condition of the hair to define how to proceed. If the wicks are made the same day, it is advisable to use hydrogen peroxide of a lower volume than that applied to natural hair.
The toners less sensitive the hair, because they do not move with the chemical structure of the threads (it does not contain ammonia and do not require previous discoloration, for example), but because they last less time, they force the most frequent use. In contrast, a permanent stain, in addition to lasting longer, allows to clarify and cover up to 100% of white hair.
Natural henna (without any color) is a plant and, depending on how it is industrialized, can be considered harmless. Hennas with specific reflections or colors (gold, copper, brown) contain artificial colorants, which can resect threads, in the same way as dyes.
What effect does the silicone have on the threads? How to use them correctly? Can it be used in greasy hair, without risk of splitting the threads?
Silicone acts as a glove or makeup: it covers the hair externally and momentarily, providing the image of treated hair. This treatment lasts only until washing and is a temporary solution.
Use in moderation, because its excess eliminates the volume of hair. Some silicones are used in dry threads, acting as finalizers, others in wet hair, to “seal” the tips. In the case of greasy hair, restrict the use to the tips.
Does the abusive use of hair cosmetics (hairbrushes, gel, mousse fixatives) can end up bringing out the shine of the hair?
It depends on the frequency of use and quality of the product. Avoid using them daily. Everything in excess ends up bringing more harm than good.
Sun-resected yarns need to be treated with specific products (choose shampoos and creams with soy or silk proteins, jojoba oil and keratin hydrolyzate). If the color is discolored, a rinsing or toning without ammonia is recommended.
Only silicone oils and sunscreen, which form a barrier against the sun’s rays.