Read labels :It is very important to check the label before buying a product. Some products consist of ingredients that are harmful to your hair. So please be careful of what you buy.
Protect your hair when sleeping: What’s the point of co-washing, deep conditioning and styling your locks if they won’t stay protected? Between makeup from your face and dirty clothes on the bed, your pillows have already been exposed to plenty of germs. Wearing a bonnet or scarf to bed every night prevents further cross contamination.
Deep condition often : Frequency varies from person to person, but the typical recommendation is 1-2 times a week for 20-30 minutes. The base ingredients should always include a humectant (moisture retainer), water and emollient (softening agent).
Take your vitamins: Vitamins aren’t reserved for special cases; they replenish the body [hair included] of what it’s lost. Before you start taking any, identify what your locks need most and address that specifically.
Eat clean and drink H20: You are what you eat, so make it healthy. No matter your hair type, streamlining certain foods into your diet can directly affect hair health. This is especially important to take advantage of if you’re not a fan of taking supplements. Wild salmon, spinach, walnuts and eggs are just four of many super foods packed with benefits.
Keep your ends trimmed: If your hair is low on volume, but full of tangles and split ends, it’s time for a trim. The general rule is to do this every 6-8 weeks, but it should be adjusted according to your personal routine. Consult with a professional stylist if you’re not sure which direction to go in.
I hope this was helpful.