These are the ONLY 6 Ways To Repair, Treat, Fix & Conceal Damaged Hair

Published on Mar 08, 2017

Let’s face it!

Damaged hair is a major concern for most of us, thanks to the various heat styling tools and trendy hair colours that keep luring us into trading our tresses for locks that would make just about anyone go wow.

Even if we were to stay away from such chemical treatments, our hair is still susceptible to damage from external factors such as the weather. But fret not, all is not lost when it comes to damaged hair. There are ways you can repair, treat and fix your tresses to the healthy and luscious state it once was!

1. Apply Hair Serum Regularly

Even before your hair becomes overly damaged, applying hair serum is essential.

The right products can not only repair dull and damaged locks but most importantly, prevent your crowning glory from losing it's allure.

Hair serums usually contain oils such as argan oil or coconut oil that will repair and restore any moisture or nutrient loss. There are countless of products in the market, but you don't need to buy the most expensive one to reap the benefits. 

Look for one the suits your hair needs and use it consistently to see results. 

2. Schedule a Hair Treatment 

Follicle Hair Repair 

Another essential step in your hair care routine is regular hair treatments at least once a month, especially if you have damaged hair. Salon hair treatments nowadays are coming up with advanced hair treatments that can just about fix the worst of hair conditions. 

The treatments nourish and supply your strands with the much needed nutrients and results can last for at least a month, depending on which treatment you go for.

Do your hair a favour and schedule an appointment for a hair treatment before your tresses become overly damaged!

Read Best Hair Treatments in Singapore and Where to Find Them if you need some ideas on which hair treatments are best for you. 

3. Keratin Treatment

Keratin Treatment by Flamingo Hair Studio

Keratin treatment can be beneficial for frizzy, coarse hair as sealing in the keratin can make hair stronger, smoother and more manageable. Though the results are not permanent, those with damaged and chemically treated hair do see a difference in the hair condition, which lasts for about 2 to 5 months. Keratin treatment also helps to seal in hair colour.

So if you want your dye job to last a little longer, consider scheduling a keratin treatment 10 days after colouring your hair.

Keratin Treatment at COVO Japanese Hair Salon

4. Hair Accessories

Hair accessories are not only great for pinning away flyaways or making your hair look pretty. If certain sections of your hair is frizzy, dry or damaged, you can use cute bobby pins or fashionable headbands to cleverly tuck away the affected strands with a trendy hairstyle.

It doesn't repair your damage hair per say, but hair accessories are an effective substitute till you find a permanent solution. 

5. Updo

Braided Updo by Style NA Korean Hair Salon

More often than not you might find yourself in need for quick-fix for your damaged locks, like when you have a last minute invitation to a fancy event. This is when updos come to the rescue! An updo not only makes you look classy and elegant, but also hides the damage.

It may not be a long-term solution but at least it does no further harm to your hair and you'll trick people into thinking you have healthy hair.

6. Trim

before Tokio Inkarami

Damaged and fried ends after perming bleached hair.

If your hair ends are so damaged that they can't be saved, a trim may be your final resort. 

Hair grows back after all; so don’t fret too much over going for a haircut! Plus, it's also a good time to try out chic, edgy short hairstyle like these:

Hair Tattoo & Hair Colour by Kenaris Salon

Hair Tattoo & Hair Colour by Kenaris Salon

Haircut by Avant Garde by Plan B

Haircut by The Bund

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