We all make mistakes, right? That's what I keep telling myself. Unfortunately, I have unruly strands of hair around my hairline and ears that sometimes require a little flat ironing to settle them down. I also have farsighted vision. Recently, I inadvertently turned the flat iron heat intensity dial to the highest of the settings, instead of the intended lowest number. My fine-textured strands couldn't take the heat, and crispy ends ensued. Yikes!
Have you ever experienced a similar incident? Since I've been patiently letting my hair grow for almost a year, panic set in. I immediately emailed my former stylist, Veronica Rubio of Salon V in Chicago, for advice. "Does this mean I have to cut it all off?" I worried. Find out what she said about treating frizzled locks after the jump.
According to Rubio, "A trim is a great idea. It will help blend the pieces that have burnt off and also keep the ends from breaking off themselves because they are now dry and brittle, just like a split end. Also, just like treating split ends, you can do some deep conditioning treatments at home or in a salon to help restore moisture."
See, it's not so bad, after all. Check out some of my favorite deep conditioning treatments if your hair needs a little assistance. And as for me, I'll just have to pay better attention — and wear my glasses.