1. Avoid heat styling as much as possible.
But if you absolutely have to use hot tools (blow dryers, curling irons, wands, flat irons, hot rollers) to style your hair, always use a spray-in heat protectant.
2. Sleep on silk.
Silk’s smooth texture won’t rough up your hair cuticle when you sleep the way cotton does, leaving you with smoother hair in return
3. Keep hair clean.
4. Don’t skimp on moisturizer.
The skin that makes up your scalp needs moisture just like the skin on your face does.
5. Stay loyal.
It’s a common misconception that switching up your hair care brands keeps your hair healthier because it never gets time to adapt, but experts disagree. Instead, they suggest finding what works for you and sticking with it.
6. Eat the right foods.
For all the attention we pay to the hair follicle once it leaves the scalp, half the battle for beautiful hair is already lost (or won) by what you’re putting in your body every day.
7. take vitamins.
Even if your diet is impeccable, it’s possible you’re missing out on some crucial hair-boosting vitamins.
8. limit time in the sun.
You see the damage that a day without sun protection does to your skin, but even though your hair suffers just as much, it can be harder to tell.
9. Steer clear of snarls.
Before you go ripping a comb through your strands, think about what you’re doing — and be gentle.
10. Get regular trims — even when growing out her hair.
You might be tempted to skip seasonal trims when growing out your hair, but to add healthy length, you actually need to do just the opposite.
11. keep it cool in the shower.
When you’re washing your hair, you don’t want the water too hot.
12. Use the right amount of product — and at the right places.
If you cover your entire head when you shampoo or conditioner, you’re doing it wrong!
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