I get a lot of questions about how I keep my dyed hair healthy. The myth is that if you 'dye it so much', it's going to become thin and brittle. That's not necessarily true. After 7 years of dyeing, my hair is the longest it's ever been - in fact, I just chopped off 4 inches to get it all the same length after growing out bangs! (What you see in this photo is all my real hair, just teased a little underneath.) It feels strong and smooth, and I actually prefer the texture to my natural hair which tends to be too limp. What's my secret to keeping it healthy? I never process it with bleach more than once. 🌟Semi-permanent dyes, like #UnicornHair, are harmless to your locks.🌟 All they do is deposit color without changing the structure of hair. Bleach, however, does change the structure of your hair, but if used correctly it shouldn't damage it. This is why I always recommend getting the bleach part done by someone with experience - at least the first couple of times. When it's time to re-dye (for me it's every 4 weeks), I only bleach the outgrowth - then apply Unicorn Hair dye in 'Pony' to the entire length. I love how silky it leaves my hair - and it smells like cotton-candy meadows too! 🍭🍧🍭 Good luck!