7 Signs You Have Damaged Hair

7 Signs You Have Damaged Hair


If your hair isn’t looking the way you want, it might be an indication that you have damaged hair. Luckily, damaged hair can be remedied if you follow the right beauty hair routine. Read on to identify what’s going wrong with your hair so you can know how to treat it right!

1. Your hair is looking dull
No matter how much sprays or creams you are applying to your strands, they still look dull and faded. It might be due to product build-up, over-washing your color-treated hair or heat damage.

2. You are experiencing extreme shedding
When you comb or brush your hair, you see a large amount falling out. This is a sign that your hair has been weakened from overheating and styling.

3. Brushing your hair is becoming harder
If the brush is not sliding through your hair easily because it is catching on the tangles, it means your hair has suffered from over-washing. This could also be the result of using the wrong kind of brushes so it may be time to invest in a good one.

4. Your hair is prone to breakage and split ends
Heat exposure and over-washing can dry out your locks leading them to become predisposed to breakage and split ends. Aggressive towel-drying and brushing your hair when wet can also lead to breakage since damp hair is more fragile. The trick is to blot your hair with the towel to avoid breakage.

5. Your strands feel extra dry
If your hair doesn’t feel soft to the touch, it may be a sign that you are not moisturizing enough. Conditioner locks hydration in your strands and prevents them from drying up. Use Pantene Pro-V 3 Minute Miracle Milky Damage Repair Conditioner to nourish your hair and heal damage build-up.

6. If you are witnessing flakes
An irritated scalp and the appearance of flakes are due to over-washing your hair.  Healthy hair should be fee of dirt and oils but not too dry. If you are experience flakes, the key is to switch to a more moisturizing shampoo and sticking to washing your hair 3 times a week.

7. You’re seeing frizz
When your hair is dry and not enough hydrated, it will become frizzy. Using a good conditioner and shampooing less frequently will help you tame the frizz.

Do you think you have damaged hair? Share with us in the comments if you are witnessing any of these signs.


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