Cut Or Trim It Off Yes, you can try and save fried hair. The reality of fried hair is that it just can't be repaired.
Apply a leave-in styling conditioner which should include, but not be limited to, a leave-in conditioner, a defrisant, a moisturizing mousse or styling cream. When possible to keep frizz at bay and minimize damage, allow hair to air dry or roll in self-adhesive curlers and sit under a hood or heat bonnet. Avoid using hot styling tools such as blow dryers, hot irons or electric rollers as much as possible since this will only increase and worse any pre-existing damage. Establish a schedule for deep conditioning treatments pre or post cleansing programs. Use light jojoba oil before washing or after to keep ends hydrated. Never use hot tools on hair which has been bleached or chemically treated since the heat can damage the hair further. To keep hair from tangling consider sleeping on a silk or satin pillowcase. Make sure to schedule regular visits to your hairstylist to keep damaged ends or sections at bay. Keep hair covered in the sun or extreme weather conditions or use leave-in products that will protect strands from environmental damage. Condition body from the inside out by drinking lots of water and taking vitamins. Consider taking vitamins designed specifically to help improve hair health. There are many controversial topics in the world of hair from defining the best products to use to how often you should shampoo your hair.Face shape is another controversial area with some experts believing in classic face shape typing and others believing there is no such thing as a true face shape. Drizzle suds over the top of the head and allow suds to flow gently down the strands. Apply a thick rinse-out conditioner to the hair from the ears down to the ends. Detangle from the ends to the roots with fingers or a wide tooth comb.