The chemicals in bleach can permanently alter the texture of your hair, especially if you bleach frequently. Most commonly, fine hair becomes thicker, rougher, and drier — but everyone’s bodies respond differently, so it’s also possible for your hair to become straight, curly, frizzy, or insanely brittle.
Does bleaching your hair change the texture forever?
Does coloring or bleaching your hair damage it forever — like, forever forever? In short, the general consensus among the celebrity hair colorists I consulted with is that, yes, dying and bleaching your hair permanently alters the integrity of your hair.
Will dying your hair change the texture?
The coloring process will change the texture of your hair further. Coarse hair doesn’t originally have a smooth cuticle, so when you dye it, the cuticle is going to be roughened up even more,” explains Aura. With each color application, the damage will worsen.
How do I get my hair texture back after bleaching?
If you’ve recently colored or bleached your curls, protein treatments are your new best friend. Products that are rich with protein (like Deep Sea Repair) actually help reverse the signs of heat damage and chemical treatments to bring back texture and definition.
Can bleached hair be repaired?
Unfortunately, no. There isn’t anything you can do to truly repair damaged hair. Once the damage has been done, that’s pretty much it. … If you have bleach damaged hair or heat damaged hair, you’ll just have to give your hair some extra TLC while you wait for fresh, undamaged hair to grow.
Will my hair ever be the same if I dye it?
Hair dye does not change the color of not-yet-grown hair. It only touches the part of the hair that is already grown out. Your roots will grow in the same color they were pre-dying, but they may look a little different sitting next to black dye.
Can dying your hair make it more curly?
6 Answers. It can. The chemicals can damage your hair and remove its elasticity, changing your curl pattern. Use lots of hydrating products after you color it.