Even if you've been growing out your hair for years, regular trims are necessary to remove dry and split ends.
Hair that is hydrated is healthy. Start by using a moisturising hair mask to repair damaged strands and make your hair shine the next day.
In Tengler's opinion, brushing wet hair is permissible if you use a brush designed for this purpose. Always use a wide-tooth comb
Hair sunscreen is a thing, and it's vital to protect your strands. UV rays can damage hair, just like skin.
If possible, Tengler advises limiting pool time for hair. Pools contain chlorine, which strips your hair of its natural oils, leaving it dry, rough, and damaged.
If your hair feels extra rough after a swim in the pool, add a little argan oil to restore softness. This DIY leave-in conditioner contains coconut oil.
Like OLAPLEX No.0 Intensive Bond Building Treatment, bond building treatments work molecularly to re-establish and strengthen broken bonds along the hair shaft.
It's up to you to keep an eye on it. Some prefer every other day, others once a week, but avoid daily washing if possible.
Take a break from tight hairstyles like ponytails and buns, especially while sleeping or when your strands are still damp.
No matter how often you condition or use a hair mask, leave-in treatments help repair dry, frizzy hair and prevent future damage.
Depleted soil can't grow strong, healthy plants. Likewise for your hair. If your scalp is healthy, your hair will be as well.
Going lighter? Are you thinking of bleaching? You should hire a pro for that. It's best to leave lightening to a professional.
For fried hair with a light look, there are some colour styles that will minimise damage. “ Come in for balayage or rooting next time.