- I have said this before, but I’ll say it again, never underestimate the power of a leave-in conditioner. They can help keep your hair hydrated and moisturized, meaning your strands will be less dry and susceptible to breakage.
2.Try to limit your use of heated styling tools, which can wreak havoc on even the healthiest-looking hair. If you’re an avid user of straighteners, try to cut down the amount of time you use them to once or twice a week.
3.Sleeping on a silk or satin pillow won’t only feel fabulous, but it can help minimize hair breakage, too. This is because your strands rub together when you toss and turn at night, but as silk and satin are quite slippery materials, there’ll be less friction, and therefore, less breakage.
4.Trim your split ends regularly. Although it can be tempting to keep postponing your salon visits, this can actually cause more harm than good, as the split will only travel further up the hair shaft, resulting in more hair breakage. So it’s best to snip these off, asap!
5.Hair breakage can occur at any point in the hair shaft, not just at the ends. And your strands can become particularly weak at the point where you regularly use a hairband. We recommend opting for looser styles, like messy buns, or loose waves. But if you must wear your hair in a tight ponytail or bun, just make sure it isn’t for too long!
Have a happy Hair! xoxox