Hair-care tips for getting the hair you want, now!
Avoid using the hottest setting on your hair dryer, as it can be damaging to your strands, especially if you’re pairing it with another hot tool, like a flat iron.
Always try to opt for the warm setting on your dryer and hold the dryer 6 to 8 inches from your tresses. Be sure to point the airflow down on the hair shaft to prevent frizz.
Taking care of longer tresses requires frequent trims (every six to eight weeks) and conditioning the ends every other day to prevent dry out.
Revive your curls with dry shampoo. Simply spritz your hair and run your fingers through as if you were pulling it up into a ponytail.
Break Bad Habits
Stress, smoking, and bad eating habits can make your hair dull and prone to breakage.
Use a natural-bristle brush, it is softer and more flexible, which means less damage to your hair.
Your hair is its most fragile when wet, so avoid excessive brushing or combing until it’s most dry.
After conditioning, rinse your hair with cold water. This helps to seal the cuticle, making it harder for moisture to enter the hair follicle, which can cause frizz.
If you straighten your hair, start with an anti-frizz serum to create a moisture barrier and add a heat protectant to prevent your strands from being damaged while styling.
Pump Up the Volume
Spritz a volumizing spray at your roots when your hair is dry, then flip your hair over and blow-dry. Finally, gently smooth out any stray strands with a brush.