1. Wash and condition your hair gently.
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Limit your use of curling irons, flat irons, and hot combs.
The heat from a hair dryer, curling iron, and other hot tools strips the hair of its natural moisture, making it more prone to damage and breakage.
Switch Your Hairbrush for a Wide Tooth Comb
Tangles, as well as the violent tugging actions of a hairbrush, can cause severe hair breakage. This holds true for both dry and particularly for damp hair.
Take a break from coloring, bleaching, and dyeing your hair.
Dying your hair will cause change of structure of the cuticle layer on the hair, breaking down protein in hair and loss of hair lipids.
Use Room Temperature Water to Wash Your Hair
Hot, steamy showers feel wonderful on your skin, but the heat can be damaging to your hair, especially if you have damaged strands. Hot water removes your hair of essential oils, making it seem even dryer and prematurely losing your hair colour.
If you’re not getting enough of some nutrients, such as iron or protein, this can lead to hair loss.
Sleep on a Silk or Satin Pillowcase
A silky, slinky texture on a silk or satin pillowcase is softer on the hair, resulting in fewer tangles and less frizz when you wake up. It also aids in moisture retention, whereas cotton can strip out the essential oils that keep the hair moist.
Damaged hair can be troublesome, but there are ways to avoid and manage it. You can help maintain your hair healthy and minimise unmanageable, frizzy hair by being careful with how you wash, brush, and dry it and by using the correct products.