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​Dealing With Damaged Hair In The Run Up To Your Big Day

​Dealing With Damaged Hair In The Run Up To Your Big Day

Posted by Jake Ridley on 10th May 2018

Dealing With Damaged Hair In The Run Up To Your Big Day

Dealing with damaged hair is never fun, but in the run up to your wedding day, it can be particularly frustrating. Split ends, tonnes of products that never follow through on their promises and styling rehearsals that aren’t quite going right can all seem like the end of the world amongst the stress of wedding prep, but luckily there are plenty of ways to help deal with your damaged hair to eliminate some of the stress! Whether you’ve opted for hair implants to cover thinning areas or you’re simply going au naturale, here are our tips for dealing with damaged locks before your wedding.

Conditioning Is The Key

If you usually skip conditioning, now is as good of a time as any to start incorporating it into your routine. If your hair is particularly damaged and dry, consider investing in a deep conditioning treatment to start. These will help with dryness, damaged hair and an oily scalp, promoting better strength and shine to your hair. It will also help repair the damaged strands where possible. The best part, however, is that a lot of these can be done from home! You can pick up at-home deep conditioning treatments and even invest in one per week in order to look after your hair and give your stylist a healthier head of hair to work with!

Ensure You’re Getting The Right Vitamins

Vitamins can make all the difference when it comes to the health of your hair, and while it’s not advised that you start taking supplements straight off the bat, a quick discussion with your GP could help you discover if any of your vitamin counts are particularly low or could do with a boost. Whether you opt for taking the supplements or simply adjust your diet to suit, this dietary adjustment could help with the overall growth and strength of your hair.

Avoid Colouring Or Make Sure You Visit A Salon

Avoiding colouring your hair is an ideal way to ensure that it stays healthy and without damage, but this isn’t always the best option. After all, it’s your wedding day and we understand that you probably have an ideal hairstyle in mind and that this could very well include colouring. If this is the case and your heart truly is set on colouring your hair, make sure that you visit a trustworthy salon. Most salons will only use products that are best for your hair and can incorporate conditioning treatments into the process to ensure your hair is well cared for.

Style Smart

Styling smart doesn’t just mean protecting your hair from heat tools. In fact, styling smart comes down to the simplest action – brushing your hair. Combing your hair while wet will cause more damage to your hair than leaving it to dry first, though it’s important to make sure that you do brush it once it’s dry. This will help spread natural oils throughout your hair and help promote it’s own natural protection.

Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life and we understand that you want to look your best. Dealing with dry and damaged hair is one way to ensure that this is the case and hopefully our tips have helped you work out how to do exactly that.