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How to wash your blonde brazilian hair

Dea Gbortoe

Posted on October 24 2019

Bleaching is one of the most damaging things you can do to your hair. While you can’t reverse the damage, there are a lot of things you can do to combat it. There are ways to add moisture to your dry, bleached hair to help it appear healthy and shiny. let us tell you how to wash your blonde hair.

1 Shampoo less frequently.

Shampoos are designed to remove dirt and oil from the hair, but they can also strip your hair’s natural cuticle. Bleach does the same thing, so shampooing every day just layers damage.

  • Wash your hair every three to four days, especially in the first few weeks.
  • Buy a gentle dry shampoo to spray on your roots to stretch the time you can go between washes.
    2 Do a hair mask once a week.

    Once a week, apply a hair mask to the entire head and comb through to distribute evenly. Leave on as directed.

    • All masks differ. Look for a mask for color treated, damaged or dry hair and follow the directions for use.
    • You can also use a deep conditioning treatment.
    • You can make hair masks at home to save money. From avocados to tea, there are lots of things around your house that double as hair moisturizers.

    • 3 Get a microfiber towel.

      Microfiber towels absorb a lot more moisture than standard cotton towels. This means you’ll be subjecting your hair to far less heat through blow drying,

      • These towels also prevent frizziness, which is a big problem with bleach-damaged hair.
        4 Dry your hair gently.

        When you’re drying your hair, don’t rub your hair with your towel. The friction will cause frizz. Instead, pat and squeeze the hair gently.

         

        5 Comb your hair gently.

        When your hair is brittle from bleaching, it’s important to think about how rough you can be with your hair even with simple things like combing.

        Using a wide tooth comb, start combing at your ends and work your way up to the roots.

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