If I take care of my hair by applying and rinsing out treatments every day, but my hair is still damaged, do I have to get a haircut? We asked hairdressers across the country to answer this question.
This time, I have a problem: “Even though I do treatments every day, my hair damage is not getting better. Do I have to get it cut?”
I was told that if I apply a treatment and a leave-in treatment every day and dry my hair properly, the damage will lessen, but it is not getting any better. Do I still have to cut it? I’ve worked hard to grow my hair long, so I don’t want to shorten it if possible.
Choose hair care products that suit your hair quality and damage condition.
Many respondents answered that it is important to use hair care products (shampoos, treatments, and no-rinse treatments) that match their hair quality and damage.
By using shampoos, treatments, and no-rinse treatments that are appropriate for your hair type and damage, I think it is possible to make your hair silky and smooth without feeling any damage. This may be an opportunity to reevaluate the care products you are using, so why don’t you consult your hair stylist? (Ruxus, Setagaya, Tokyo)
“If the shampoo, treatment, or leave-in treatment you are using does not suit your hair type, it may not be effective. It is better to have a hair stylist check your hair quality and damage, and use salon-specific products that match your hair type, which will make it easier to get the best results and to grow out your hair.” (Kanagawa/Yamato K:R Chuorinkan)
Salon treatment for internal repair of hair
Respondents indicated that home care may be more likely to show results when treatments are performed at a salon.
One respondent said, “If you want to improve the current state of your hair quickly, you should do treatments at a beauty salon on a regular basis to repair it. If you do it often at first, it will get better and better.” (Tokyo/Shinjuku FUSS Beauty Salon)
“I recommend having an internal repair type treatment at a salon once! By using the salon treatment as a base, the home care treatment at home will be more effective! (Lehua Hair Garden, Himeji, Hyogo)
Cutting split ends will change the way your fingers run.
If you have split ends or dusty hair, the answer was raised that it is better to cut it.
Basically, damaged hair never completely returns to normal. It depends on the degree of damage, but if hair branches are left unattended, they will split further, so at the very least, it is best to cut them. (Osaka/ Osaka HAIR & MAKE EARTH Uehonmachi store)
“I think that branching hairs may have formed. Hair branches that have split due to damage cannot be repaired by treatment. Even if you don’t cut the length of the hair, you can change the way it runs through your fingers just by cutting the split ends. (Hair La Setta, Matsudo, Chiba)
It depends on the extent of the damage, but if the hair is really coarse, I think it will look better if you cut it. I understand that you don’t want to cut it, but why don’t you cut it to a length that is not too short and think about how you can grow it out again with care?” (Tokyo/Machida, Imagine Amity)
What did you think? It seems that reviewing the ingredients of treatments and taking salon treatments can repair some of the damage to your hair, but if you want to grow your hair beautifully, you may want to cut it. It is advisable to have your hair stylist take a good look at the condition of your hair once and ask for advice.