Is Johnson’s Baby Shampoo safe for color treated hair?
Asked: Is Johnson’s Baby Shampoo safe for color treated hair?
My hair is short and Ariel red. I hear baby shampoo helps your hair grow and I miss my long hair desperately. I'm thinking of dying it black or dark brown. Just until my hair is long enough. But I don't want to waste my money on it if its just going to fade. Also,are there any other hair growth treatments I can do besides taking expensive vitamins?
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coconut oil, heated up and applied to the scalp weekly is my weekly treatment. My hair had litterally grown two inches in the past two months because of it. eating alot of foods with Omega, such as salmon and avocado will help. Water is a life saver, just chugg that thang down!!!!!!!!! (in moderation of course.)
Dying and bleaching hair kills it, so minimilize dying. Heat also harms, so go low with the heat.
Johnson's Baby shampoo is harsh. It will strip the color of your hair. You are better off using a sulfate free shampoo like Terax Miele Hydrating Shampoo or Terax Collagene Reparative Shampoo. To keep your hair healthy, use a protein based conditioner every other wash like Carol's Daughter Monoi Hair Repairing Mask. Otherwise just use the Terax Crema Ultra Moisturizing Daily Conditioner. Make sure you leave it on for 15 minutes and rinse with cool water. There is nothing you can really do to make your hair grow faster because hair growth rates are genetic. But you can try massaging your scalp and hair with garlic and sesame oil. Just mince up some garlic cloves and put it in a cup of sesame oil and warm it up in the microwave for about forty five seconds. Apply it to your hair and scalp and put on a shower cap. Leave it overnight and shampoo it out in the morning. Shampoo twice to get it all out. You can do this once a week or every time you wash your hair. Finally, try not to blow dry or heat style your hair and get a trim every few months.
You could talk to your hairdresser about this but they seem oblivious to the fact that not everyone has a personal stylist to blowdry their hair in the morning. You could also watch tutorials on youtube to help with having thin hair.
Ive been blessed/ cursed (depends how you see it) with thick hair and trust me people with thick hair have problems too i look like i have a massive bush growing on my head.
Tigi Bedhead are a good hair product, they're quite expensive but you can go on a website called cheapsmells.com and you can get them for quite cheap& they're really worth it, it depends if your parents are cool with buying them though, oh and there are ones for volume!
I wash my hair every other day. I wash it really really good with the shampoo by scrubbing it for about 5 minutes, especially at the roots like by your forehead and your neck because this is where gets greasy the most. And then after i wash it out i apply conditioner but only from half way and down because it weighs down your hair a little, i keep it on for a good 5 minutes then wash it off.
Drying my hair, i have to dry my hair with a hairdryer because it goes wild if i dont… im really lazy when it comes to drying my hair because it takes so long but i usually start with the ends and then do my roots, if you brush your roots in the opposite direction to which they fall while drying it then it lifts the roots. Also with like straightening your hair because its quite thin id use a straightener where you can adjust the heat& not have it over 200'… also only straighten from about 2/3 inches from your roots and down to the tips.
I would totally go to your hair dressers though and tell them you want it to look thicker, the shorter your hair the thicker it will look and they will tell you if you suit short hair or not& might give you some layers or something, also maybe a change of colour would help… blonde hair tends to look more greasy x
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