1. Avoid too much heat on your hair when possible
This introduction is about a true event that happened to someone who was not educated in how to protect their hair from heat
I am a naturally curly-haired girl with a healthy head of hair. But the last year and a half of my life have been hell on my hair. I never thought that I would see myself saying this but, it has become necessary for me to use heat on my hair more often than I would care to admit.
So I can’t help but wonder where I went wrong. After all, you don’t see many curly-haired girls going around with straightened hair! This is the point where some people might start asking about why curly-headed girls are so reluctant to change their locks or flat iron them every day but thankfully, we don’
2. Use gentle shampoo& conditioner to avoid damages
The best way to avoid hair damage is to always use gentle shampoo and conditioner.
Use a shampoo that is specially designed for your hair type. For example, if you are using the wrong type of shampoo, it might weigh down your hair and make it look greasy.
You should always read the labels on the bottle before you buy your shampoo and conditioner.
If you want to know how much lather a shampoo or conditioner will produce, check the amount on the back of the bottle: there should be at least 10 lathers in one ounce of product.
3. Avoid using tight hair accessories to protect your scalp and hair from damage
There are many reasons why we should avoid wearing tight hair accessories to protect our scalps and hair.
The first reason is that wearing tight hair accessories can cause baldness, headaches, and migraines. We may wear them in the morning before going to work or school but they can increase our stress levels while we are at work or school. This will cause our scalps to get very warm, which will lead to a lack of oxygen flow and eventually baldness in the long run. Our headaches come from the pressure that tight hair accessories put on our temples and from the lack of circulation in our scalp which leads to migraines.
The second reason is that wearing tight hair accessories can damage your scalp and lead to dandruff. The constant pulling on your head will lead your
4. Drink plenty of water to keep your body hydrated and more importantly, hydrate your hair as well
You can hydrate your skin and hair by drinking plenty of water. The human body is made up of 60% water and it is essential to keep the skin’s elasticity, regulate body temperature, and maintain a healthy metabolism.
The human hair is made up of protein, keratin, and other minerals which are mostly found in water. There are so many benefits of drinking plenty of water for your hair such as preventing dandruff or dry scalp by maintaining the balance between oil production and the moisture in the scalp. When you are dehydrated, your hair follicles shrink because they need more moisture to stay healthy.
5. Don’t use too much product as it can cause buildup on the scalp which blocks the absorption
A scalp is an ideal place for product buildup because it is constantly exposed to hair products. The buildup can be removed with shampoo, but that only takes care of the surface buildup. There are four reasons why this can happen:
– The scalp has a lot of sebum which can cause build-up,
– Hair products have different pH levels which can affect the scalp and cause buildup,
– The skin on the scalp is thin and sensitive and not as protective as the skin in other places so it absorbs product easily,
– Using too much product in one application can result in too much absorption.
The most important thing to remember when using hair products is not to use too much. Too much product will result in that awful feeling of heaviness or stickiness on the hair. It
6. Get a trim every 10 weeks to prevent split ends and breakage
Trimming your hair every 10 weeks can keep split ends and breakage at bay. It is important to keep the hair healthy so it doesn’t get weighed down or damaged. So, if you want to avoid damage and breakage, find a salon that offers monthly trims.
The first step is finding an experienced stylist to cut your hair. Next, you need to schedule a visit every 10 weeks for a trim or make another plan for touch-ups during the month. Finally, schedule your next appointment with your stylist and enjoy healthy tresses!
7. Eat healthy foods rich in vitamins and minerals to provide nutrients for healthy and strong hair growth
In order to have healthy hair, it is important to eat foods that are rich in nutrients, such as vitamin E and A. These vitamins are essential for healthy hair. Vitamin A and beta-carotene work together to make the skin and hair less prone to damage from UV rays.
Below are some foods that contain these vitamins:
– Citrus fruits like oranges, grapefruits, and tangerines
– Leafy green vegetables like spinach and lettuce
– Sweet potatoes
8. Drink plenty of water because it is good for
Drink plenty of water because it is good for your health.
There are many reasons to drink water and many health benefits that come along with doing so. Drinking water on a daily basis will help you lose weight, have better skin and hair, feel more energetic during the day, and help you stay focused in school or at work.
Don’t wait- start drinking more water now!