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    Posted: Aug 14 2014 at 10:27pm
Hey guys I will continue searching but I recently dyed my hair a brownish blonde color and I notice that my hair is not soft and silky as I'm use to its sort of on the dry brittle side so I needed some help with restoring moisture cause my Salerm Deep Conditioner isn't doing the job and usually thats my go to product and it helps me 10000%
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I use APHOGEE 2 step treatment in the small package . Follow with Joico
Deep con for color treated hair . HTH
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Hi Princesskina 
I really doubt that coconut oil is the problem. Color in itself can be drying. Think about it , color molecules have essentially been deposited into your hair strands. It’s a similar process to what happens during a protein treatment or henna which can both also be drying. I would suggest an intensive moisture DC under a steamer if possible. Avoid protein for a few weeks until your hair’s balance is restored. 
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use oils and serums. i use them everyday before i sleep after i dyed my hair.
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oh no...i have the same problem...
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Sounds like you need a reconstructor and follow it up with a hydrating conditioner.
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