To begin with, nothing to wash your hair every day, which is a problem, by the way, because at the beginning the root is super oily. Thus, the hair should be washed, at most three times a week. Deep cleansing shampoo can be used, which is kind of logical, since the progressive wraps the wires, and deep cleansing shampoo, while not removing the progressive speeds the process, which causes the smooth check if "losing". In addition, the deep cleansing shampoo opens the "scales" and further dries the wires.
Everyone knows that shampoo without salt is myth, so be sure to look for shampoo without salt is stuck. What you need, really, is to use specific products for hair with progressive, and that includes shampoo, conditioner, leave-in (comb cream) and so on. Products with reconstructive and nutritive properties, rich in amino acids, are the best options, as well as the smooth effect of products such as INOAR Post Care line, which helps keep the hair more disciplined and it is wonderful.
It does not make two chemical on the same day. Who understands this is tricologist and no hair, and a tricologist doctor says, and this is consensus, that does not make two chemical on the same day, you can not do, because you have to give time for the hair to get it to recover outside the risk of damaging and cause undesirable reactions is much greater when making two procedures at once.
In addition to this problem, it has another: Yellow progressive wires, and discoloration should always be taken before the progressive, because as the decolorizer removes the pigment, it removes other things, minimizing the smooth effect and detonates the hair. So if you want to make lights and give progressive, make the first lights and about 20 days later make progressive.
Although embalming the wires, which prevents entering treatment assets in hair fiber, you will need to deal with, at least superficially. And that means investing in reconstruction, nutrition, and regular moisturizing. When I talk about "regular" I'm not talking about every month ok? Hydration is weekly, nutrition is every 10 days and reconstruction is at least monthly. And since embalmed hair, try to provide an excellent reconstruction mask, which is the least you can do for your hair!
Care to be holding the hair, especially if it is wet, since, being more fragile, it tends to break more easily, which is a disaster!
You know the pool? Avoid! The reason? Well, the contact with chlorine leads to wear the progressive effect. No more, every time you enter the sea or the pool and wet your hair will need to wash after, and this leads to the problem that I mentioned earlier.
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