Re­pair

Simply Her (Singapore) - - Beauty -

To de­posit colour, hair dye has to break through the hair cu­ti­cle. When the hair cu­ti­cle is dam­aged, the hair shaft is left open and vul­ner­a­ble to dam­age. This can be wors­ened by the per­ox­ide in many hair dye for­mu­la­tions, leav­ing tresses rough and parched. TRY: (clock­wise, from top left) Sch­warzkopf Pro­fes­sional BC Fi­bre Force Con­di­tioner, $24, re­stores mois­ture bal­ance and im­proves re­silience. Al­terna Fade-proof Fin­ish­ing Gloss, $38, blends to­gether or­ganic ex­tracts of bamboo and Kala­hari melon with a Colour Hold UV+ Tech­nol­ogy to in­hibit fad­ing. O’right Re­cof­fee Hair Oil, from $32, is en­riched with an or­ganic sil­i­cone that coats strands and acts as a protective layer. Ex­tracted from 100 per cent re­cy­cled cof­fee grounds, it sup­pos­edly re­ju­ve­nates and protects hair cu­ti­cles. The Face Shop Dam­age Re­pair Treat­ment, $12.90, tar­gets dam­aged fol­li­cles with Moroc­can ar­gan oil and hy­drol­ysed ker­atin.

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