Badly Damaged Permed Hair

I got my perm in August and now the ends of my hair are fluffy. My hair used to be fine, but now the ends are coarse, what do I do? Please help!


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November 7, 20140 found this helpful
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I have very dry damaged hair. These tricks seem to help manage the frizz:
After shampooing, use a good conditioner and massage it into the ends of your hair; leave on for 3-5 min. Rinse with cool water

When towel drying your hair, squeeze out as much water as possible, then use a towel to squeeze more water out, do not 'rustle' your hair through the towel

Use a good leave in conditioner and massage gently into the ends of your hair.
You can braid it or put it in a low bun to wind the hair together, which will help it lay flat.

If you really want your hair to look beautiful and sleek, use a flat iron or curling iron. Using heat is not ideal on damaged hair but is good when you really need it. Use a heat protector or argan oil etc, and massage through the ends of your dry hair. Gently straighten or softly curl the ends. Voila!

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Since it's been about two months since your perm, I'd go in for a haircut and have the damaged ends cut off. A good hair conditioner will help but will never repair the damage.

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