We all want great hair. But there are things you can do that can damage your hair. Here are some tips to help you from damaging your hair.
Believe it or not, you don’t need to shampoo your hair every single day. What you need to do is be shampooing your hair regularly. A few times a week at most is what Jennifer Aniston recommends.
Condition Your Hair
Conditioning your hair is something everyone needs to do it’s not just a girl thing. You should be conditioning your hair at least once a week to help keep your hair healthy and avoid breakage. Apply conditioner in long, fluid motions, from the scalp to the end of the hair Make sure to squeeze some of the water out of your hair so that it doesn’t diminish the effects of the conditioner.
Use the Right Kind of Shampoo
You should always use the right kind of shampoo for your hair. If you are someone with thin, flat, lifeless hair use a volumizing shampoo to help give your hair a fuller look and feel. If you have curly hair and want to make your hair look better to use a curl nourishing shampoo. If someone has always had a problem with frizzy hair get a defrizzing shampoo to wash your hair it will help you have better hair.
Don’t Use A Blow Dryer If You Can Avoid It
Cheap hair dryers damage your hair they cause split ends and dry out your hair. While ionic hair dryers they say are better for your hair there is some research that says a ceramic blow dryer is better. Do your research and find which kind is better for you but if you can avoid blow-drying your hair.
Avoid Hair Products That Cause Damage To Your Hair
Products like dry shampoo, heat protectant, salt spray, and hair spray just dry out your hair by absorbing the moisture that your hair needs to be healthy. These products build up on your scalp and make washing your hair with shampoo everyday essential which can cause more damage. Avoid these if you can as they just cause damage.
We all want the best hair to start with these five tips to get better hair. Always use good hair products and avoid damage when you can.