8 months ago
Last edited at 11:13AM on 7/10/2013
Always have your straightener on a lower setting. There is nothing you can really do to TREAT those burnt ends than trim them and use a type of heat hair protection before you straighten the hair you desire. I personally LOVE Paul Mitchell's Seal and Shine. It protects and adds a little shine. It's pretty expensive compared to cheaper ones found but it's totally worth it;)
First of all you need to condition your hair, and avoid using heat on your hair until you can get a hair cut. Once your hair has been cut still avoid using heat for about a week to give your hair chance to gain back its natural oils. If you wish to continue heat styling your hair, maybe give it a break once or twice a week and use heat protection spray. One of my friend had the same problem, and already having short hair meant she didn't want to cut much shorter. She use: Treseme heat protection shampoo and conditioner. And also the 5 minute deep conditioner by treseme. They work brilliantly but I still have to give her hair a break every so often.
Make a DIY hair mask I prefer the avocado, honey, and olive oil one. Use 1/2 cup of olive oil, 2tbs of honey, and 1 avocado. Massage it into your scalp and put a towel or a cap over your head and let it sit for 20-30 minutes. Then shampoo and condition your hair. make sure you really get it out or your hair will be oily the next day. Do this every week for about a month. Also trim your split ends, and next time you use your straightener use a lower setting and use a product that protects your hair from heat. Or just simply don't put any heat on your hair because it can be pretty damaging. I hope this was helpful to you!!(:
I bought a hair balm for 6 dollars at target. It is the loreal damage erasing balm and i absolutely love it. It is so easy to use and it is showing results in my hair. You also get a lot of product for the price!