Are you sick of your hair breaking off, splitting at the ends, or just looking worn out? Moisturizing treatments can help keep your dried out hair feeling better, but to really prevent hair from splitting, you need to strengthen your hair with protein. Hair is made of protein, and reinforcing your hair from the inside out will keep those ends from breaking off and splitting apart!
CHI Keratin Mist by Farouk Systems is, hands down, one of my favorite products of all time. I use it on just about every head I touch in the salon, and I use it on my own hair every day. The light mist provides protein to the hair shaft, light detangling, and also evens out the porosity of the hair shaft in one product. So, what does that mean? It means a better hair day today, and even better hair days tomorrow!
Redken is serious about protein treatments and has dedicated an entire series in their product line to protein treatments. This product series is comprehensive and can help rebuild and repair damaged hair with everything from shampoo to leave-in treatments. The Extreme Deep Fuel treatment is the way to go for serious protein!
Pumpkin and ginger root are at the core of the Pumpkin Potion leave-in treatment by Sexy Hair Concepts. This leave-in conditioner is great for reducing frizz and making hair more manageable, while it repairs damage and prevents future breakage! And let's be honest, it's fun being reminded that healthy hair is sexy!
Those that have tried the Protein Rx Reparative Treatment Mask by Frederick Fekkai say nothing but great things. This product is made up of an exclusive soy and milk protein complex that restores and reinforces hair, preventing future damage. It also leaving hair soft and manageable. My ethnic and African-American clients also love this product for softening course texture and getting through tangles!
For those who prefer organic, you can't go wrong with Avalon Organics' Rosemary Volumizing Shampoo with Wheat Protein. This volumizing shampoo gently cleanses hair and scalp, as strengthening wheat protein help repair and prevent damage.