Quick Answer: How often should I use protein in my hair?

Most naturals benefit from a protein treatment every 4-8 weeks, depending on hair damage and how much protein is in your everyday hair products. Pay attention to how your hair feels. If it is bouncy, strong, and healthy, you don’t need more protein!

How often should I put protein in my hair?

As a general rule, it is safe to use a protein treatment weekly for the first month to restore hair’s strength and elasticity. Use once or twice a month thereafter. Overuse of protein treatments can actually dry hair out.

How often should I use protein mask?

If you use a protein treatment every three weeks or so (which is what Ouidad recommends), you can use a moisture mask in between treatments to keep your curls hydrated.

How do I know if my hair has protein overload?

The tell-tale signs of protein overload seem to be split ends and limp strands. Hair that feels brittle or sheds more than is normal for you can also be signs that your tresses have been exposed to too much keratin.

What is the best homemade protein treatment for hair?

Coconut oil or coconut butter is rich in healthy fats and proteins that are great as a natural protein treatment for damaged hair. Applying a mask of coconut oil to your hair can provide a very economical, deep-moisturizing treatment that can give you great results.

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Does my hair need protein or moisture quiz?

Rez recommends performing a simple at-home test: “When the hair is wet, pull a strand,” he says. “If it stretches and then snaps, it’s most likely porous, meaning it is dehydrated! That is a moisture issue. If the hair doesn’t stretch and immediately snaps, you need protein to rebuild its structure from within.”

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