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    Posted: April 23 2002 at 8:20pm
Does anyone have any tips or ideas, my hairdresser lightened my hair, and then bleached it. It made my hair way too platinum and it is severely dry and won`t hold colour very well. I`m using silk moisturizing treatments, but what else can I do. I`m afraid to dye it or anything at all, because I don`t want to make it worse. I`d love to hear what a professional thinks. I need help.
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Go and get a good hair cut. Have as much as you can stand cut off. If you don`t want to loose the length, have some layers put in.

Then buy a good shampoo and conditoner, Redken`s All soft or Bioloage hydrating and balm are both great. I would use a leave in too. (I do now, even if I don`t dry my hair with a dryer. My hair is very healthy I just use it to keep it that way) And get a good treatment (reconstructor).

Use as little heat as possible on your hair.

If it looks realy damaged even after your haircut, try to wear it in a french braid or up until it starts to look better.
~*~*Lisa*~*~
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