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Habits That's Damaging Your Hair

posted in Beauty > Hair
08/05/2014
  • Hot water dehydrates strands leading to dry, brittle hair that’s more prone to snap and fall out.
 Save your strands: Take the temp down a few degrees.
    Hot water dehydrates strands leading to dry, brittle hair that’s more prone to snap and fall out.
    Save your strands: Take the temp down a few degrees.
  • Scorching temps damage the proteins that make up your hair and its protective cuticle. Once the cuticle is damaged, the moisture balance is disrupted and your hair is more prone to breakage.
 Save your strands: Limit your hot tool usage to two or three times a week, and start with cool setting
    Scorching temps damage the proteins that make up your hair and its protective cuticle. Once the cuticle is damaged, the moisture balance is disrupted and your hair is more prone to breakage.
    Save your strands: Limit your hot tool usage to two or three times a week, and start with cool setting
  • strands are more fragile and prone to breaking when wet since the protective cuticle is slightly raised. aggressive towel-drying creates strands to snap off. 
Save your strands:  blot (don’t rub!) hair with a soft towel after your shower.
    strands are more fragile and prone to breaking when wet since the protective cuticle is slightly raised. aggressive towel-drying creates strands to snap off.
    Save your strands: blot (don’t rub!) hair with a soft towel after your shower.
  • When you do tie your strands back, keep it soft—if it’s pulling on your skin, it’s way too tight.
Save your strands:
Try to wear your down as much as your can. If you need to wear it up, make sure it's lose
    When you do tie your strands back, keep it soft—if it’s pulling on your skin, it’s way too tight.
    Save your strands:
    Try to wear your down as much as your can. If you need to wear it up, make sure it's lose

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