Keeping healthy and vibrant hair is something that everyone wants to ensure, and something that many people are willing to go to extended lengths for in order to achieve that result. However, instead of just adding a certain product, there are many ways that you can look at your hair care routine that will ensure you aren’t taking part in activities that would cause or lead to your hair breaking for any given reason, and prolong the health of your hair.
- A lack of moisture can go far towards producing broken follicles, which is why a leave-in moisturizer on top of a regularly utilized conditioner is a good plan.
- Because the heat from curlers and blow-dryers can be lethal to hair, it’s best to limit their use to three times a week.
- Dye jobs, chemical treatments, and a lack of sufficient dietary protein, can all affect hair’s fragility.
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