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Things You Should And Shouldn’t Do For Healthier Hair

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Your hair is delicate, and it should be handled with care. Some hairstylists even say you should treat your hair like it’s an expensive cashmere sweater. If you want to have thick, shiny and bouncy hair, you need to learn the right and wrong way to treat your strands.

Do’s

Stay away from UV rays and heat

To prevent heat damage, avoid using heated styling tools or blow dry your hair all the time. If you need to get your ideal style with heated tool, spray a heat protectant spray before you begin styling. Always protect your hair from thermal damage, UV rays to reduce breakage.

Eat for healthy hair

Foods like salmon, avocado, walnuts, sweet potatoes, eggs, Greek yogurt and blueberries deliver essential nutrition for healthy hair and skin. If you like to go green on your hair routine, you can also apply avocado, eggs and Greek yogurt directly to your hair as a masque.

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Braid before bed

If you have long hair, you go to bed with your hair down or in a loose ponytail will make your mane run along your pillowcase and cause breakage and split ends. To prevent this, braid your hair into two pigtails that lay on your sides.

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Don’ts

Wear too-tight ponytails

Some women think a tight ponytail gives them a free facelift, but too-tight ponytails can have effects on your skin in the form of dryness around the scalp and hairline.

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Smoke

There are a million reasons to quit smoking. The sooner you quit, the faster your entire body including your hair can repair itself. Research suggests that smoking causes thinner hair, so kick the habit.

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