How To Repair Damaged Hair

Repair Hair Damage At Simone Thomas Hair Salon In Westbourne

During the summer months, your hair can become damaged due to the sun's harsh UV rays, swimming in chlorine pools and swimming in the ocean.

If your hair is feeling dull, dry and damaged after the summer, don't worry. At our salon in Bournemouth, our hair care experts have the top tips on how to repair summer damaged hair.

Choose Nourishing Hair Care Products

Best Products For Blonde Hair Davines Bournemouth hair salonAfter the summer, your hair may need a little extra love and care. Make sure you are washing your hair properly with the right products for your hair type. You should only be washing your hair 2-3 times a week. When using shampoo, focus on the roots. When using conditioner, focus on the mid-lengths to ends of your hair.

If you're not sure which hair products you should be using on your hair, just ask a member of our team.  At Simone Thomas Salon, we offer the best Davines hair care products.  Check out the range of vegan hair care products available online here.

If your hair is in need of some magic to restore it we recommend trying the Davines OI range.  We're sure you'll love these best selling and award winning products which offer amazing shine and softness to any kind of hair.  They contain natural ingredients including Roucou oil,  which has an anti-oxidant action.  

Hair Masks For Healthy Hair

Davines Hair MasksUsing a hair mask twice a month can transform your hair!  Hair masks are different from regular conditioners in that they provide intense nourishment to your locks.  They're ideal for restoring dry, weakened hair, replenishing its outer protective layer, rehydrating it and helping to restore shine and strength. 

Once or twice a week we suggest using a mask instead of regular conditioner.  You won't need to use both at the same time because a mask is super nourishing on its own and will help to detangle your hair.

We recommend using Davines Circle Chronicles hair masks to help your hair look and feel its best. Whatever your hair needs, we can help you find the mask for you. These vegan products have hair restoring powers that can be adapted to your particular hair problems, issues and needs.  Thy include masks specially designed for fine or limp hair, so you can still benefit from the nourishing effects without fear of your hair being weighed down.

Protect Your Hair From Heat Damage

You should always protect your hair from heat, but it's especially important when its already damaged. Where possible, try not to use heated styling tools such as straighteners, curlers and blow driers. If you have to use heated styling appliances, always make sure to use a heat protectant. For damaged hair that needs a little extra TLC during heat protection, try out Davines MELU Hair Shield designed to protect damaged hair from heat.

Refresh Your Hair Colour

Copper Hair Colours at Simone Thomas Hairdressers in BournemouthSunshine and environmental damage can leave your hair colour looking dull and faded.  It can also cause your colour to turn brassy, with unwanted orange and yellow tones showing through.  This occurs when the blue pigments within your hair dye break down more quickly than the rest, which allows your natural red and yellow hair tones to show through.  If your hair is looking past it's best, there are several things you can do to help:

Use a Specific Shampoo For Blonde Hair

If you're worried that your blonde has turned brassy, choose a professional shampoo to replace the lost blue colour molecules in your hair colour.  We recommend the Davines Heart of Glass range.  This vegan range contains natural pigments so there's no danger of your hair turning blue!  You could also try Olaplex No 4P, Blonde Enhancer toning shampoo.  This highly concentrated purple shampoo cleanses, tones and repairs, boosting brightness after just one use. 

Book a Full Colour Refresh

The start of the autumn term is always a perfect time to review your hair colour and ditch your dull faded summer look.  Book a consultation with one of our hair colour experts and we can help you come up with beautiful autumnal colour to revive your hair and leave it looking glossy and shiny again.  Take a look at our latest Autumn Hair Trends article for inspiration.

OLAPLEX Hair Repair Treatments

Olaplex Treatments BournemouthIf you think that your hair is damaged beyond return, think again! OLAPLEX is a revolutionary hair treatment designed to holistically repair even the most damaged hair. The innovative hair care technology works at a molecular level to strengthen the bonds in your hair and reverse damage. Your hair will be smooth, shiny and rejuvenated once more! At Simone Thomas Salon, we add OLAPLEX to all our colour services, but it is also available as a standalone treatment. 

An Olaplex treatment can restore damaged hair in as little as 3 minutes.   It targets all types of damage, including heat styling, chemical processing, cold weather as well as sunlight and UV exposure.

Ask your stylist for more information about this multi-award winning product range.  As well as in-salon bond building treatments, the Olaplex range includes shampoos, conditioners and treatments for you to continue repairing your hair at home.

Book An Appointment With Our Bournemouth Hairdressers

Transform your hair after the summer months with the best hair care available at Simone Thomas Hairdressers in Westbourne. To book your appointment, please call us on 01202 760003 or book online using the pop-up button.

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