When it comes to taking care of your hair, there are many things to keep in mind. It can be overwhelming to think about all the things necessary to manage your hair. However, with a little know-how and a few tricks, getting great hair can be a simple process.
If you’re fond of wearing your hair back in a ponytail, be sure not to tie your hair back in the same place on your head each time. Even if you use soft scrunchies, you will experience some stress on the scalp if you are always wearing your ponytail in the same spot. If you need to tie your hair when working, give your hair breaks by untying it during non-working hours.
Never brush wet hair. Wet hair is not as strong as dry hair, so it’s easier to break off. You can avoid damage by simply brushing your hair prior to a shower, or waiting until it has air dried afterward.
Poor nutrition may be causing your hair to appear flat or dull. Ingredients such as vitamin E, omega 3 fats and iron play an important role in hair health. If you are not eating these things, try a vitamin to supplement.
Blow drying your hair could actually damage it. If you must dry your hair with a blow dryer, do so on the coolest heat setting and avoid training the air on one area of your hair for longer than five seconds. As you blow dry, gently detangle any knots you may have with your fingers to help minimize damage from brushing later.
Try to reduce the amount of times you use a blow dryer. The intense heat from an electric dryer can and will cause damage to the hair, both the strands and the roots. If you have to use your blow dryer, make sure it stays on the coolest setting, and avoid holding it over one section of hair for too long. To quickly dry your hair, before using a blow dryer you should towel dry it before hand.
Rather than using conditioner and rinsing it out quickly, take some time to use it in a way that conditions your hair even further. You don’t need a fancy product, just use a good sized portion of your everyday conditioner Instead of rinsing it out right away, you should then wrap it with something to hold the conditioner …