2. Bump Up Hydration
Hair breakage can happen when your strands become dehydrated and, in turn, brittle. That’s why, if you want to build strength back up, you need a hydrating hair care routine. A co-wash will help, but we also recommend imparting moisture with conditioners and treatment masks. Plus, if you alternate co-washing with traditional shampoo, you’ll want a nourishing cleanser, too.
Tailor your hydrating care kit to the texture of your hair, choosing light hydrators for fine, thin locks and richer, creamier formulas for coarser strands.
For Thin and Fine Hair: Your goal is to plump, hydrate and strengthen fine, breaking hair without weighing it down. Start with the INVIGO Nutri-Enrich Deep Nourishing Shampoo and Deep Nourishing Conditioner. Then, for a deeper treatment that also encourages hair fullness, apply the INVIGO Volume Boost Crystal Mask once per week. It boosts body while infusing hair with much-needed moisture.
For Normal and Thick Hair: For hair that isn’t thin or fine, opt for richer, reparative formulas, like the products from the Fusion collection. The Fusion Intense Repair Shampoo teams delicate cleansing with instant wet conditioning. Meanwhile, the Fusion Intense Repair Mask plumps strands with amino acids to repair and prevent breakage.
3. Try a Pro Treatment
The Intense Repair Service sees professional products from the Fusion line used in-salon to give hair up 95% more resilience against breakage. In just 15 minutes, it works to recover the hair fiber, refills snapped strands with amino acids, and helps to prevent future breakage. It’s the speedy treatment all damaged hair needs. If you’re a stylist, suggest it to clients whose hair is prone to snapping off. And, if you’re visiting a Wella salon, ask to add it to your usual color, cut and style appointment.