This works well, when used sparingly..there is such a thing as over conditioning!
I have very fine, wavy, brittle hair. I perm and color, so it was always really damaged. running my hands thru my hair was like hearing rice crispies!!
it didnt grow either, would get to my shoulder, and snap off.
first off, get a good hair cut. i know it sucks, but no amount of product will fix whats wrong.
then I would invest in carols daughter. no kidding! even my hair dresser commented on "new growth" all over. its growing like a weed, its soft, bouncy, healthy looking and shiny!! and they are all natural:)
it takes a while with them to find the right amount...too much can make your hair greasy, but once you do, its a miracle worker! i didnt used to beable to use product because it wieghed my hair down and made it look worse. but the more of CDs i use, the better my hair looks. ive used every expensive brand out there trying to repair YEARs of damage, but her products are reasonable.
On my hair i use the black vanilla shampoo and smoothie conditioner. spray in conditioner. margarites magic, hair milk and kizzis. even if they turn out to be too much for your hair, you can use at night and wash out.
at the very least try the margarites magic...
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
Hello I would reccommend protein treatments if you've had a lot of chemical damage..(highlights,lowlights,color,perm,relaxer,etc) It's it's dry you need moisture, and your hair is probably lacking shine...if it's brittle and breaking you need both moist. and protein. Redken extreme is great, or pureology repair. Stop coloring it, give your hair a break and you will see results. the more treatments the better. you could also have hard water build up on your hair and that could prevent your hair from growing. also check with your Doctor to see how your thyroids are...that could also be a problem...I would also not use heat on your hair for a while, it'll just make it break even more :o) hope this helps!
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
It'll help strengthen your hair, but it's not a growing miracle. Try and be gentle with your hair, and get regular cuts.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
try ojon hair will be way less damaged and grow out looking healtier
If it is as damaged as you say you may have to go for a short cut to get the damage out a begin anew. I am not sure of the length of your hair now but for some people the thought of cutting ones hair is enough to send them in to a panic, myself included, but as long as it is breaking and damaged you can spend I mint on great products but it not going to help. I recently went from relaxed shoulder length hair to natural and I cut alot off to do this but it was so worth it and I wish I had done it sooner, My hair is growing so much faster now and it is back to it's full healthy state and I just love it!!!
I have had severe damaged hair and a lot of breakage. I have been happy going to an Aveda salon. Ojon did nothing for my hair other than make it oily.
answered 5 years ago
(Point Richmond, CA)