Hair Color & Damage

Can Damaged Frizzy Hair Be Colored?

Can Damaged Frizzy Hair Be Colored?

Sometimes we women go overboard with the chemicals and the heated...

Hair Color for Women That Will Not Damage Fine, Thin Hair

Hair Color for Women That Will Not Damage Fine, Thin Hair

Whether you're a natural-born color chameleon or just looking for a...

How Soon Can I Recolor My Hair?

How Soon Can I Recolor My Hair?

If you color your hair too much, you'll be left holding your hair in...

Help With Color Damage & Spongy Hair

Help With Color Damage & Spongy Hair

Your hair is made of proteins that can only stand so much abuse....

The Best Hair Color That Will Not Damage Your Hair

The Best Hair Color That Will Not Damage Your Hair

Making the choice to color your hair doesn't mean you also have to...

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Hair Color & Damage Articles

Which Is More Damaging: Hair Color or Highlights?

Which Is More Damaging: Hair Color or Highlights?

If your hair is virgin, you might want to keep it that way. Any color processing damages the outer layer of your hair, leaving the entire strand vulnerable to dryness, breakage and dullness. If you do choose to boost the color your tresses, you...

Can Damaged Frizzy Hair Be Colored?

Can Damaged Frizzy Hair Be Colored?

Sometimes we women go overboard with the chemicals and the heated styling tools, don't we? If your hair is a little worse for wear, you may be wondering if you'll have to nix the hair color for a while. The answer will depend on just how frazzled...

Hair Color for Women That Will Not Damage Fine, Thin Hair

Hair Color for Women That Will Not Damage Fine, Thin Hair

Whether you're a natural-born color chameleon or just looking for a slight hair color pick-me-up, you've got to choose a gentle dye for your fine, thin hair. No matter how adventurous or conservative you're feeling about your hair color, damaged...

What Causes Hair to Fray?

What Causes Hair to Fray?

You can have the longest, professionally colored hair possible, but if it's frayed that just isn't going to matter. When hair is frayed, it's usually a sign that there's major breakage going on. And when your hair isn't healthy, there's no way to...

Hair Problems: How Can Colored Hair Get Damaged?

Hair Problems: How Can Colored Hair Get Damaged?

It's hard keeping up with the ever-changing styles of celebrities like Rihanna. One day she's rockin' a short, two-toned bob and the next she's performing in long, red locks. Celebrities like Rihanna have big budgets for hair and makeup stylists,...

How Soon Can I Recolor My Hair?

How Soon Can I Recolor My Hair?

If you color your hair too much, you'll be left holding your hair in your hands -- literally. With each and every application you damage your hair a bit more. Your hair can only take so much; when it reaches its limit, it gives up and falls out....

Help With Color Damage & Spongy Hair

Help With Color Damage & Spongy Hair

Your hair is made of proteins that can only stand so much abuse. Bleaching, stripping and dyeing all give your hair a run for its money. When your hair can’t take anymore, the texture takes on a spongy texture. It takes patience and a lot of...

How to Color Your Hair Without Damaging It

How to Color Your Hair Without Damaging It

If your drab hair color has you singing the blues, you may want to spruce it up with a new hue. Before you break out the hair dye kit and slap on those rubber gloves, take some precautions to protect your strands. Dye is harsh on your hair, and...

Will Coloring My Hair Damage it Badly?

Will Coloring My Hair Damage it Badly?

Thinking about trying on a new shade? If you have "virgin" hair, or hair that's never been chemically treated, the decision to dye is a big one. You've probably seen the chicks with bleached, raw-looking hair and feared the same fate for your own...

The Best Hair Color That Will Not Damage Your Hair

The Best Hair Color That Will Not Damage Your Hair

Making the choice to color your hair doesn't mean you also have to choose to damage it. Lucky for you, there are several hair color options that leave you with colored tresses sans the damaging after-effect. Back before the hair color revolution,...

How to Use Protein Hair Filler

How to Use Protein Hair Filler

Protein -- the stuff your hair is made of -- protects, strengthens and fills in the gaps created by damage when applied to your hair in liquid form. It's called filler partly because it fills in the gaps, making further chemical services possible....

How to Repair Hair Damaged by Permanent Coloring & Perms

How to Repair Hair Damaged by Permanent Coloring & Perms

Fried, dyed and laid to the side is not the status quo. Dry as the Mohave is a good way to describe the current state of those locks. You tend to over-style your hair -- but to keep some, you better take better care of it. Rough brushing, combing,...

Tips for Stronger Hair

Tips for Stronger Hair

Stronger hair equals more options for styling and experimentation. After all, if your hair is weak and damaged, you certainly won't be able to give that multi-level color a try, nor is a relaxer or body wave processor an option. There are ways to...

How to Color Burnt, Damaged Hair

How to Color Burnt, Damaged Hair

Girls do lots of things to damage their hair. Straightening, curling, crimping and coloring may make your hair look great, but certainly don't do anything for you hair's health. Just because your hair may be a bit damaged doesn't mean you have to...

How to Care for Damaged Hair for Colored Women

How to Care for Damaged Hair for Colored Women

There are so many ways in which a black woman can style her hair; from locks and twists to braids and weaves to a relaxer that leaves her hair shiny and bouncing. However, just as numerous as the ways in which a black woman can style her hair are...

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