6 Hair Products That Repair Your Damaged Hair And How To Use Them


If there’s anything we can agree on is that we care about our hair. We do our best to keep it healthy, without split ends or as much as possible silky and shiny. Even so, we didn’t say we also like to straighten, to curl, to bleach, or to dye it; things that damage it over time. However, your hair products are the first and most important step to achieving a desired look or hairstyle. Without the correct hair care products, you can kiss that beachy boho look or sleek chignon goodbye! So, with that being said, today I’m going to write about some of these products that will help you with your damaged hair.

1. Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3 Repairing Treatment

Olaplex Hair Perfector No 3 Repairing Treatment, 3.3 Ounce

                $28 FROM AMAZON                

The OLAPLEX No 3 Hair Perfector is your first step towards stronger, softer, healthier hair. Used as a pre-shampoo treatment (and left on for as long as possible) this genie in a bottle will change your hair forever. Apply to damp hair, combing through, and leave on for a minimum of 10 minutes before washing as normal, or leave on overnight. Can be used alongside the daily No 4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo and No 5 Bond Maintenance Conditioner. It gives your hair a super silky, smooth, and shiny look.


2. Shampoo&Conditioner OGX Hydrate and Repair + Argan Oil Morocco Extra Strength

OGX Hydrate and Repair + Argan Oil of Morocco Extra Strength Shampoo
                $7 FROM AMAZON                

A unique, precious blend with argan oil of Morocco helps to penetrate the hair shaft; restored strength, silky and seductive, silky perfection. Moisturizes and creates softness all while protecting your hair from harmful styling heat and UV damage as it gives you smooth, sexy tresses. Apply shampoo generously to wet hair, massage into a lather through to ends, then rinse the hair thoroughly; after shampooing, follow with the hydrating conditioner to keep your locks looking healthy, shiny, and smooth.


3. L’Oréal Paris Hair Care Elvive Total Repair 5 Damage-Erasing Balm

L ‘Oreal Paris Advanced Haircare Total Repair 5 Damage-Erasing Balm (Pack of 2)

                $18 FROM AMAZON                

Elvive Total Repair 5- L’Oréal Paris Elvive system helps to revive all forms of hair damage – This hair mask is one of the hair products for damaged hair and instantly repairs 5 signs of damage – split ends, weakness, roughness, dullness, and dehydration. After using Total Repair 5 Shampoo, apply this damage erasing balm to wet hair and massage through to ends. Leave on for 1-3 minutes and rinse. It will give you a silky look without a doubt.


4. Biotin Collagen Keratin Treatment

OGX Anti-Breakage + Keratin Oil Shampoo, 13 Ounce

                $6 FROM AMAZON                

This is one of my favorite hair masks because of its hydrating proprieties. It moisturizes without leaving your hair harsh and oily. The treatment also protects your hair from heat damage so you’ll definitely love it.


5. L’Oréal Professional Expert Series Multipurpose Spray

Loreal Professional Absolut Repair Gold 10 in 1 Perfecting Multipurpose Spray

                $12 FROM AMAZON                

So this spray does absolutely EVERYTHING! It provides heat protection up to 466°F, adds softness and shine to color-treated hair, untangles, provides anti-breakage protection. As you already know, L’Oréal offers some of the best hair products. They reduce frizz and split ends. Do I really need to add anything?


6. L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Deep Nourishing Treatment

L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Deep Nourishing Treatment

                $6 FROM AMAZON                

This product is one of the cheapest but also qualitative hair oils I’ve ever tried. It provides shininess and softness, making your hair look healthier.


I hope this article helped you find what you were looking for. And don’t forget: Life is short. You might as well live it with really great hair.


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