Avoid using plastic combs and brushes that cause extra static electricity in your hair that can cause your hair to look dull and lifeless, as well as, having fly-aways. There are brushes that you can buy that are made of other materials, such as, animal fibers that will give you less static electricity.
Do not wear your hair in tight ponytails or buns. The tension on your hair will eventually damage it and make it weaker. Do not style your hair too tightly and let it loose before going to bed so that your hair can relax after the tension of a ponytail or similar style. A great way that you can reduce the breakage of your hair is to put tea tree oil in your shampoo. This nutrient is very important for the health of your hair and helps to maintain firm strands. Adding this nutrient to your shampoo or conditioner yields a fresh and vibrant style. If you are going to be out in the sun for any amount of time you should wear a hat or scarf that is tied on your hair. If you do not want to do this you should put a leave in conditioner on your hair to protect it from the sun. Your hair is one of the first in a list of many things that people will notice about you, so it’s important to have good hair. Unfortunately, not everyone has good hair, which can lead to a less than stellar first impression, visually anyway. This can be changed with hair care tips, like the ones you will find below.
The first two or three inches of hair growing from your scalp is only about six months old. It’s the most healthy part of your hair. You do not need as much conditioner on this part of your hair, but the lower sections can benefit. Hair ends tend to be much drier, with more damage, and can benefit from a good conditioner.
If you insist on using a blow dryer, flat iron or curling iron, you must be sure to protect it, prior to use. Use a quality leave-in conditioner or a heat pre-treatment product. There are many products on the market that are specially formulated to protect your hair from the damage of the heat that these things put off.