How To Reduce Hair Damage From Bleaching, Coloring And Perming?

    In this era of fast fashion, all kinds of new and popular hairstyles come one after another. In order to pursue a beautiful appearance, some people often choose to go to the hair salon for styling, hair dyeing, perm or repeated bleaching. In this case, how to maintain hair What about health? So today in this blog, we will share with you 4 good hair care tips, which are all tried and tested effective hair styling tips and advice.

Tip 1: Reverse Hair Washing

    We all know that the usual order of shampooing is to wash the hair with shampoo first, and then use conditioner to care and moisturize the hair. Reverse shampooing, on the other hand, uses a conditioner or mask as a primer and protector before shampooing, and then shampoos to cleanse the hair. Reverse shampoos help protect the strands and can reduce hair damage over time so that the shampoo doesn't over strip the strands of their natural oils or cause excessive friction. This is the best way to reduce hair damage before or after bleaching, coloring or perming.

How to Reverse Shampoo Your Hair Correctly?

    Step 1: Rinse hair thoroughly for 60 seconds in the downward direction without rubbing.

    Step 2: Apply conditioner or hair mask to wet hair first. Do not allow product to come into contact with your scalp.

    Step 3: Using fingers as a "comb," massage product down into hair until completely smooth.

    Step 4: Let it sit for 5 to 10 minutes. Do not rinse if hair is severely damaged. For normal to lightly damaged hair, you can choose to rinse it out before proceeding to the next step.

    Step 5: Apply shampoo as you normally would—focusing on the scalp rather than the hair.

    Step 6: Rinse thoroughly. 

Tip 2: Use Shampoo Ingredients That Are Good For Hair Health

    Our hair is mainly composed of Bonds & Polypeptide Chains, Amino Acids, Cell Membrane Complex (CMC) & Moisture, and Outer Cuticle Layers. Most people will focus on using hair care products that target CMC, moisture, and the outer cuticle. These products contain collagen, glycerin, and hyaluronic acid. Although they help promote smoothness and shine, they are not very effective Good boosting ingredient for the whole hair. It's just as important to strengthen your hair with bond-repairing ingredients and amino acids. So using the right shampoo and conditioner ingredients before and after bleaching, coloring or perming can significantly reduce hair damage.

Tip 3: Use The Best Heat Styling Tools

    Heat styling tools have become a daily necessity for many people. Hair must be well-sprayed with heat protectant and thoroughly blow-dried before using these tools, this is to prevent internal hair damage.

    Warm reminder: Before you use Japanese electronic products, remember to read the instructions carefully to ensure the absolute safety of the use process.

Tip 4: Find A Low-Damage Bleach Or Perm

    The chemicals in bleaches, hair dyes and perms are bound to cause damage to our hair. As technology has evolved and advanced, some manufacturers have successfully incorporated conditioning and strengthening actives into their products, thereby minimizing hair damage.


    These are four ways to reduce hair damage caused by Bleaching, Coloring And Perming. Now more and more people pay more attention to the health of their natural hair, and many women choose to wear wigs to create their ideal hairstyle. If you are very concerned about the health of your natural hair, in addition to the above four methods, wearing human hair wigs is also a very wise choice.