Why Is My Bleached Hair Damaged And Falling Out? Hair Loss Tip

by Your Friend Margarite, Cosmetologist & Hair Loss Specialist
(California)


Bleached hair can get severely damaged due to the bleach stripping the hair color out of the hair shaft.

The hair color is being stripped with bleach from the middle layer of the hair shaft.

So because the bleach gets deep into the center of each strand of hair. The longer that it stays on the hair in order to lighten the color the weaker the hair can get.

If you left bleach on your hair longer than the correct amount of time needed then your hair can actually break off.

But even so, when bleaching the hair and taking off the bleach at the right time desired your hair could still very well still fall off as well by breaking off.

This is be due to the hair being dry and thus breaking apart as the days go by.

The best tip is to deep condition dry brittle hair regardless if it was bleached or not due to the fact that dry hair can cause hair loss breakage anywhere along the hair shaft including breaking off at the ends.

Deep conditioning the hair once a week can repair the hair by creating stronger hair and moisturize the hair to prevent and stop hair loss breakage.

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