How do you keep bleached hair curly?

Will my hair stay curly if I bleach it?

Bleach affects your curls greatly, your curls can lose elasticity and strength, your curls can even drop! … Bleaching your hair will damage your cuticle so proper moisture to the cuticle and protein is key. Strengthening the cuticle will help with moisture retention.

What do you do if your hair is stretchy after bleaching?

Here’s how we did it:

  1. Lop off the straggly bits. The first thing we had to do was cut off the damaged bits. …
  2. Restore the protein. …
  3. Slather your head in moisture. …
  4. Take Fish oil tablets. …
  5. Give your hair a break. …
  6. Wear clip in extensions. …
  7. Don’t over-wash your hair! …
  8. Throw away your straighteners!

How do I nourish my hair after bleaching it?

How to Rehydrate Your Hair After Bleaching

  1. Wash your hair less often. …
  2. Condition more. …
  3. Use a hair mask. …
  4. Dry your hair gently after washing. …
  5. Keep brassiness at bay. …
  6. Add a hair oil into the mix. …
  7. Skip the heat styling. …
  8. See your stylist for a hair gloss treatment.
IT\'S AMAZING:  How long do kiss DIY lash extensions last?

How do you prepare curly hair for bleaching?

Reduce your heating tools about 1 week prior to bleaching

Eliminate heat a few days to the appointment. Heat styling could cause heat damage or at the very least dryness. You want your hair as moisturized and as healthy as possible to combat damage that may or may not occur during the bleaching session.

Can I use purple shampoo on curly hair?

Most purple and blue shampoos are traditional formulas with sulfates to build a lather and really provide a deep cleanse. Because of the sulfates, many purple and blue shampoos can be drying to the hair, especially for curls.

Why is my blonde hair so frizzy?

Part of the reason that bleached hair looks “fried” or frizzy is because the hair cuticle — the layer that locks in moisture — has been disrupted. While your hair cuticle rebuilds, you can use other products to seal your hair and help restore some gloss and shine.

Why does my hair feel like rubber after bleaching?

If hair is over-bleached, the cuticle will not lay flat again once the process is complete, and this is what causes hair to feel coarse and to look dull and lifeless. Bleaching will also cause the hair strand to weaken, so it will begin to snap off like a weak rubber band, causing hair to look thin and stringy.

Why does my hair feel like rubber after shampoo?

using a shampoo with harsh ingredients, such as sulfates, that are drying for your type of hair. not using a conditioner often enough or one that’s designed for your type of hair. … having your hair dyed or touched up too frequently. not having your hair trimmed often enough, resulting in split ends.

IT\'S AMAZING:  Question: What is the deepest part of the hair follicle?

Does bleaching hair make it thinner?

Bleached hair is porous and therefore much more susceptible to damage from styling tools like blow dryers or curlers. Bleaching itself will not directly cause hair loss… but it makes hair loss much more likely to happen.