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How can I repair my damaged hair?

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How can I repair my damaged hair?

Beauty and fashion are very important among young people today, but it is also possible for beauty products to worsen your looks and cause serious damage. Pak Dalis, 22, is a third-year mass media major at Pannasastra University of Cambodia. She liked to dye her hair and make it straight, but this has damaged her hair by making it dry and fall out.

She stated that her hair problem started in high school. At first, Dalis constantly straightened her hair and changed its colour. This kept going on as she continued her attempts to permanently change her hair.

Eventually, it became too late and her hair was damaged.

“When the hair got damaged I cut the damaged hair and also used conditioner and hair treatment to moisturize the hair often, or else it would get even worst,” she said, adding that he regrets her previous decision.

Dalis stopped straightening and dying her hair two years ago, but her hair still comes out with a dry look. This could be made worse by her swimming, since she goes to the pool every weekend for at least a few hours. As a result of the chemicals used in the pool, her dryness gets worse.

“My hair looks really dry most of the time and it takes me great effort if I want to make it look little shiny. Especially when I go swimming, because the water in the pool also makes it looks drier.”

For the problem of her hair, she wonders what she should she do to stop make it from looking so dry. And what product should she use for hair treatment? Please read the solution in the next issue

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