Beauties, are you sick of breakage--hair breakage? Tired of tresses that snap when you brush or heat-style them? In the wintertime, de-hydrated hair turns stiff and breaks more when brushed or styled.
1Keep Hair Hydrated
Make sure to do an intensive conditioning treatment once a week to maintain resilience and hydration in your hair's texture. We recommend Cream Cantu Leave in Conditioning Repair a moisturizing repair cream that contains shea butter to stop & mend hair breakage.
2Lay off the Heat
We all love straightening, curling, crimping, and waving our locks for daily glamour, but when breakage becomes a problem, hold off on the heat! Resist styling hair with any heated styling tools for at least 2-3 days of the week for noticed improvement in hair structure.
3Cut out the Chemicals
Stop coloring your hair as often if you notice more hair breakage. Chemical processes like bleaching and dying contain alcohol, ammonia, peroxide, and a slew of other ingredients that can majorly dry out your hair and roughen its texture.Don't tie hair back too tight, this strains the hair follicle and helps hair break easily.
Get hair trimmed at least once every 2 months to keep ends healthy!
Use a thick toothed hair comb instead of a brush for detangling, brushes take more of your hair than combs do!
Don't tie hair back too tight, this strains the hair follicle and helps hair break easily.