How to: Aphogee Two-Step Protein Treatment

Hi guys!

Not too long ago I flat ironed my hair and the most dreadful thing happened when I decided to wash my hair again. Yes, heat damage. So in the upcoming months I will share my experiences with damaged hair and how to take care of it. This time I will not cut it off immediately but instead let it grow for a while and see how that works for me.

I will be explaining more in depth what my healthy hair journey will be very soon but in the meantime I have already started out with my first treatment towards healthy hair.

The first thing that came to my mind when I saw my hair was severally damaged was that I needed to restore as much protein as possible so of course I decided to try a protein treatment.

In this video, you can see how I apply this treatment and what the results are. If you have any questions in regards to the treatment or damaged hair, feel free to ask!

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X Caressa

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