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How to keep your hair healthy when you can’t visit a salon

If your roots are starting to show and you can’t get a professional dye job, one lifestyle expert recommends using toner.

2020-05-23 8:09:00 AM

If your roots are starting to show and you can’t get a professional dye job, one lifestyle expert recommends using toner.

With hair salons shut down due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, now is the perfect time to give your hair a break from damage.

“Put it away in the refrigerator and forget about it. It’s going to ferment, and afterwards, transfer it to a spray bottle and apply it to clean, shampooed and conditioned hair,” Kendall said.“You’re going to see those beautiful effects I just mentioned … I find it made my hair really nice and fluffy.”

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If your roots are starting to show and you can’t get a professional dye job, Kendall recommends an alternative: toner.5:30How to dye your hair at homeHow to dye your hair at homeToner is both easier to use on yourself and less damaging than dye for your hair, Kendall said.

Story continues below advertisementTo use a toner, section off your hair while it’s dry and apply it from root to tip. Kendall recommends adding extra product to your ends because they’re likely “starved for moisture.”“Leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes,” Kendall said. “Once you rinse off that product, that’s it, you’re done — you’ll have brightly coloured (semi-permanent) hair.”

READ MORE:How to dye your hair at homeIf you’re not in the mood to style your hair, Kendall also offers a foolproof tip for making your hair look presentable for your next video call: an oversized T-shirt.“First, take a scrunchie and pull it into a low bun at the nape of your neck. Take the neck of your t-shirt and put it tag-side down on your neck so you hide the tag,” Kendall said.

“Now you’re going to fold in each of the sleeves and twist, twist, twist until you start to see an interesting doughnut formation that happens.”Take the end of the T-shirt and tuck it underneath the doughnut for a chic and easy hair wrap that doesn’t require any hair ties or pins.

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Ahh this is why I’m glad I don’t dye my hair. Isn’t it time to embrace white hair and turn it trendy? Ceasing dying it and taking multi vitamins daily was the best thing I ever did for my hair. Try that. Then you can pet your silky hair while you social distance lol Sure if you want your hair to fall out

Jesus Christ we are open and bleeding money. Owners won't see a wage for a long time. Back off with these hurtful stories. 2 months how how to do your own hair in enough already. Shave your head

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