Last updated: Tuesday, September 10, 2019

5 Ways to help your clients repair their damaged hair

No one likes split ends or damaged hair… Sadly, they can appear really quick and repairing the hair can take time.

We have prepared a list of 5 different ways to help repair your clients’ damaged hair:

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1. Using the correct products

Is your client’s hair dry and dull? The ends are splitting or the hair is frizzy? Is the scalp acting strange? If so, that falls into the category of damaged hair.

The good news is, it is not too late to help your clients’ gain back their healthy, beautiful hair!

Repairing damaged hair is a healing process. Shampoos, conditioners, hair masks, and styling products are among some of the ‘easiest’ solutions to bring hair back to life. Choose the right products to treat the hair – your clients will appreaciate it!

Our NATULIQUE Certified Organic Hair Care line combines gentle care and natural ingredietns – everything from hairwash to scalp therapy. Get in touch with us and start healthier habits at your salon today!

2. Cut, Cut, Cut!

As a professional hairdresser, you know that cutting off the split ends is fundamental for keeping the hair healthy. But a lot of girls would like to keep their long hair at the price of its health. And some don’t cut their hair for years! At least that is the ”trend” we at NATULIQUE are experiencing here, in Denmark.

We know the struggle for a professional… It’s torture looking at those splitting ends!

We know sometimes it could take some effort convincing your client to cut the ends off. But if your client is bold enough to chop it all off, a short bob or a pixie cut can undo all the damage in one clean sweep!

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3. Heat Styling Tools Protection

Blow dryers, curling and flat irons are known to be damaging to the hair. We know that as a professional you can’t always avoid using heat tools when styling the hair. However, you can help repair and prevent further damage by protecting your client’s hair from the heat!

Use the NATULIQUE Heat & Sun protection on towel-dry hair for a long-lasting, everyday heat, sun & UV protection. You can also use the NATULIQUE Morrocan Argan Oil that treats and protects the hair, leaving it smooth and silky. Take a look at all the NATULIQUE Heat Protection products and take your pick!

Did you know that is also possible to straighten, curl and smooth hair without heat? The NATULIQUE Professional Curl and Smoothing System is the perfect answer to styling hair without heat!

4. Body Health Leads to a Healthier Hair

We know that you as a hairdresser can’t change your clients’ eating habits and overall body health. But you can always advise them to take good care of themselves.

Advise your clients to drink lots of water and eat foods that contain vitamins and a lot of essential nutrients. Give examples with lean meat, protein, vegetables, fruits and low-fat dairy – they all help keep the hair happy!

Fatty acids like Omega 3, 6, and 9 are good for both the skin and the hair. They are usually found in fish, nuts, and flaxseeds. Fruits and vegetables like spinach, kale, avocados and carrots are also good providers of fatty acids!

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5. Say ”Bye-bye” to chemicals!

For us at NATULIQUE, it is extremely important to stay clear of chemicals. Everyday both clients and hairdressers are exposed to chemicals from beauty products – deodorants, perfumes, hair dye, styling products.

Some common chemicals in hair colours can even cause cancer. Our mission is to enable both you and your clients colour hait without getting exposed to chemicals. All the NATULIQUE Hair colours are made of natural ingredients, are 100% ammonia-free and without harsh chemicals that hurt the scalp and hair.

Browse our NATULIQUE Natural Hair Colours shade selection and start your natural salon journey now!

Have you ever had a client with damaged hair? If so, how did you fix it? Write a comment and share your experience!

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