An Extensive Guide to Saving Severely Bleach-damaged Hair ...

In the summer of 2015, I destroyed my hair after bleaching it .It was stupid, but at the time I'd set my heart on being a blonde and I didn't have the money nor the patience to do it gradually in a salon.I'd been dyeing my hair since the age of 15. A natural blonde, I was bleach blonde until the age of 17, when I decided to go brown. Over the course of three years, I'd gone from brown, to red, to black, back to brown, and back to red. Which meant there was a of underlying colour under the final red before I took to the bleach once more.I won't lie, I regretted the decision to bleach my hair almost immediately.I'd bought a cheap, £2 bleach (I know, I should've stopped there and then), and after putting it on my head and washing it out, I applied toner.I repeated the process every day for three days.While I got my hair to an alarmingly light blonde colour (which at the time I was pretty impressed with and contemplated ditching my writing career for one as a hairdresser), my hair felt and looked like candyfloss. Basically, my newfound hairdresser dream quickly came to an end after putting the hair dryer down.When my hair was wet, it would fall out. Though my hair was only just below the shoulders, I could pull a strand and it'd go all the way down to my chest. Yes, it symbolised elastic and it was horrible.I spent weeks crying over how coarse and matted my hair had become. It looked unhealthy and it made me miserable. I couldn't tie it up properly because the elastic would hurt my already sore scalp, and straightening only made it worse. As someone with naturally curly (well at this point, frizzy) hair, it literally resembled white candy floss.Just months after bleaching, I decided enough was enough and I went back dark. Basically, I needn't have bleached it in the first place.But this didn't improve the condition.People recommended cutting all of my hair off and starting from scratch. But I couldn't do it to myself. I'd spent ages growing my hair from a bob and I didn't want to go back.And so, I decided to attempt to save it in my own way, which was much cheaper than attending a salon on the regular. It's taken a year-and-a-half, but somehow, I managed to save it. And it's now healthier than ever.Here's how I did it.I got rid of my supermarket shampoos and opted for coconut-based hair products. Coconut is a rich source of lauric acid, which helps strengthen brittle hair while nourishing it and clears any itchy, dry scalps - which I'd been left with after far too many products.I know what you're thinking: coconut oil products can be expensive. But fear not.On Amazon, you can get a range of Palmer's Coconut Oil products at a set price of . I found a deal for a strong roots spray, a repairing conditioner, coconut shampoo and leave-in conditioner.I would apply the shampoo once a week, wash out with cool water, and then I'd leave the conditioner in for up to an hour. For any other washes during the week, I used only conditioner to ensure my scalp wasn't taking on too much product. I then added a few sprays of leave-in conditioner and left to dry naturally.I used a small amount of these products twice a week, as well as a keratin (which is natural protein that makes up most of your hair)-based hair mask, , which I used once a week and left in for an hour before washing with nothing but cool water and again, drying naturally.These products lasted me three months a purchase - and were the most expensive part of my hair-saving journey. £23.68 £94.72A couple of times a month, I used any leftover repairing conditioner on my hair overnight, and locked it into my hair using clingfilm.Using 65p Sainsbury's Own clingfilm on my head locked the conditioner in my hair and prevented it from drying out and having next to no effect.Each morning I'd use a de-tangling comb - very carefully so as not to damage the hair - and let it dry throughout the day.Note: This isn't a good method if you've got work the next morning. Do it on a Friday/Saturday night - especially as damaged hair takes much longer to dry.As I bought a roll of clingfilm every 6 months (for hair only, I totally used more for kitchen stuff), this is a super cheap way of getting that extra bit of nourishment into your hair each month. 65p £1.30One of the best ways to fast-track healthy hair is to ditch hair dryers and straighteners. I know, it's a huge sacrifice, but it's well worth it.The likes of straighteners and hairdryers can burn and damage hair, without you even realising it. Too much heat can cause breakage, and heat damage itself.It was hard to say goodbye to my straight hair, and I'll admit I did straighten it on the odd occasion - but only after six months of at-home treatment so that my hair was already feeling softer, healthier and stronger. £0 £0Believe it or not, harsh hair ties really aren't good for the hair. Pulling your hair back into a pony tail can cause pressure on the scalp - which isn't good if you're wanting to treat an aggravated one.Alongside this, too much pulling, twisting and wrapping can lead to hair breakage, and a ponytail too high can leave you with a sorel head.Of course, some people need to keep their hair up for work - and it can be done without causing damage to your hair. Buy some loose, stretchier hair ties and tie your hair loosely by your neck, or at least at the middle of your scalp.When untying your hair, instead of pulling out the tie and risking pulling your hair alongside it (which, if anything like mine was, will feel like elastic anyway), slowly untie the hairband loop by loop for safe, non-hair pulling removal.I found loose hair ties in Boots, for £1. I got a pack of 20, and I bought two packets for the year. £4. £8.There's pretty much no way other way around saving damaged hair - you will need at least a bit chopped off. But have no fear, that doesn't mean giving yourself a pixie cut or shaving your head (unless you want to do that, of course).It's a myth that cutting your hair can enhance hair growth, seeing as the hair grows from the root.However, the ends of your hair are prone to splitting which means with every growth - especially with damaged hair - you're risking it splitting, leaving you with the same length. And so, hair cuts will give you maximum growth as you'll minimise major breakage.I know what you're thinking, salons are expensive and this is all about saving money. But you can still get regular cuts on the cheap.If you were to go into a salon - unless you're handy with a pair of scissors yourself - all you need to do is ask for a dry cut, or a wash and cut. Don't ask for it to be dried as that'll cost you extra.Of course, prices vary, but I managed to get mine cut for £20 a time using this method. I cut my hair three times within one year. £20 £60The issue with dyeing your hair and then attempting to save it, is that you'll want to stay away from hair dye - which means risking roots.As my hair is naturally blonde, my roots didn't really look good with my darker hair. But I wasn't going to risk making it any worse.I ended up using a semi-permanent dyes, as they don't contain any bleach, mixing it with my conditioner each time. I only used the dye after six months of doing everything I could to achieve healthier hair, and then again six months after that.Dependent on which dye you use, you can expect to pay between £4 - £8 in any supermarket. I went for Nice and Easy's Semi Permanent, ammonia-free dye from Superdrug. £4.49 £8.98Biotin is part of the vitamin B family, which is usually found in high-protein foods such as fish, eggs and meat.Biotin is also known to improve the body's keratin infrastructure, with keratin being a basic protein that makes up your hair, skin and nails, according to .After scrolling through , I found some High Strength Biotin Vitamins which are enriched with coconut oil. The vitamins cost £13 - but you're given 365, so they last the entire year. £13 £13As mentioned above, I started my hair journey in the summer of 2015. By the summer of 2017, my hair is thick, healthy, and is now naturally curly instead of frizzy, which I love.I waited for an entire year before I touched a hairdryer again. It was hard at times, but well worth it. I often kept my hair tied by my neck, or in a loose bun so that it looked 'neat' when going out.Since my hair's been healthy, I've picked up the straighteners a few times - but I now use heat protection spray, and only straighten it now and again so as not to cause any heat damage.It took a long time, but it was well worth it. And doing it my own way has saved me spending a hopeless amount of money at a salon.Of course, prices at salons can range due to area - but at my local, treatments and cuts can cost upwards of £100. And there was just no way I could afford that on a regular basis.Sure, getting healthy hair at home takes a lot of work - but given that I spent a total of £372 over two years, which averages out at £15 a month for all hair care - I'd say that's pretty good - especially when you'd be buying shampoo and conditioner anyway.It's so important to note that every hair type is different - and what works well for some may not for others, but if you have naturally thick, curly hair that's been subject to both extensive bleach and heat damage - I'd recommend following my process if you don't fancy cutting it all off and starting from scratch.

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