Damage is a word used to describe bad things, often when you chemically treat your hair.
If you like hair that styles better, you can shampoo less often, and has more volume and movement you need some "damage". Let's rephrase it though to be what it actually is when done well. You are adding texture to your hair. Texture is what we like because it moves and gets the nice piecyness so many desire.
Scientifically how can this work?
The process of chemical services opens the cuticle in your hair to either put that curl in it or add that color into the hair. The finishing of the process will close those down again but still leaving you that denser strand.
This is where you want to get careful. Imagine you have a door that you open and close constantly but you don't oil it or clean it you just keep pushing it. Someday that door will start to break down and in severe cases break off. Same thing with hair. This is why regular trims, good products and quality heating tools are important. Because I promise you, the last thing you want is a chemical haircut.
Even if it's just a semi permanent color, a gloss or even some good ole highlights I think you will notice the benefits for your hair and the way it behaves. A little bit of damage goes a long way.
Hope you are enjoying the weather and have a great day!
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