A HAIRSTYLIST has revealed the red flag you need to be aware of when you go to the hair salon.
It could save you from severely damaging your hair and spending even more money fixing it.
The hairdressers at Foil Hair Salon in Michigan shared a video where they claimed that you should never trust a hairdresser who tells you they transform your hair from dark to light or light to dark in just one sitting.
In the video, two of the stylists reenacted a scene where one told the other that she wanted to go full platinum blonde.
"I want to go platinum, but I know it can' be done in one sitting so maybe just lighten it up a little bit," she asked of the stylist.
The hairdresser then responded to her: "Oh, no, we can definitely get it done in one sitting – I just might need to bleach it like three times.
"It won't be bad, I got Olaplex."
The customer then questioned her if she really could because she didn't want "to fry my hair up" and wanted to "keep it healthy."
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A second red flag that presented itself was when the stylist claimed coconut oil could keep her fine hair healthy.
Many took to the comment section to reveal that bleaching their hair several times in one sitting and using coconut oil actually damaged their hair.
One person wrote: "I had a hairstylist tell me this exact same thing! She fried my hair completely."
A second one commented: "And this is how I lost inches off my hair."
And a third one said: "And that's how you get a chemical haircut."
According to experts, you should only bleach your hair once every four or six weeks.
If you do it more often, it could damage your hair to point of breakage.
As for coconut, oil, people with fine hair would actually see some serious damage because it blocks off moisture from penetrating the strands and the scalp, causing breakage and dryness.
So, if you really plan to bleach your hair, make sure you're going to an expert.
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