Keep hair conditioned
Conditioners are formulated to seal in the moisture, nourish and strengthen hair.
Look for words on the label such as "hydrating" and “moisturizing.”
Make sure to apply conditioner about 2 inches away from your scalp and give special attention to the ends of hair.
Incorporate drinking ample water into your daily routine
Drinking an ample supply of water each day flushes out toxins and assists with the transportation of nutrients throughout your body.
Insufficient water intake may cause hair to be dry and prone to breakage.
Proper hydration may enhance the appearance of your hair and skin.
Choose a sulfate-free shampoo that suits your hair type and needs.
Avoid using extreme temperatures when shampooing and rinsing your hair.
Be gentle when towel drying your hair. Gently press/squeeze hair with your towel to soak up excess water.
Consider wrapping your hair with an old t-shirt or using a microfiber towel.
Stay clear of…
Tight ponytails, braids or buns with excessive pulling.
Excessive use of heat styling tools. (Always use a heat protectant)
Drying hair care products. It’s important to keep hair moisturized to help ward off brittleness, split ends, and breakage.
Applying too much hair product. Product build-up can leave your hair looking dull, heavy, greasy, or limp.