Bleaching and dyeing your hair at home or in a professional saloons means serious chemical changes to the cells of your hairs, the hair follicles become very porous and filled with tiny holes, because you’re sucking the color out of them to lighten them up. That doesn’t happen without some damage along the way.
To prevent most damage to your hairs due to artificial chemical colors consider visiting salons that use organic hair color or purchase organic brands for at-home dyeing. These are less damaging to your tresses and providing long lasting color to your hairs.
Wash your hair less often, if possible, use lukewarm or cool water If you wash daily, you’re removing natural oils from your hair making your hairs dull and dry.
Use a shampoo that’s designed for color treated hairs.
Condition your hair right after dyeing. Conditioner for color-treated hair works best, and some even contain ingredients that mimic your hair’s natural lipids.
Refrain from using heated styling tools. Heated tools will only further dry and damage your hair.
Make sure you’re getting enough protein. Omega-3, Vitamin B, Zinc and Iron also have a significant impact on hair health.
Use a deep conditioning treatment using homemade moisturizers like eggs, or cup of yogurt or mayo.