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How To Repair Dry Damaged Hair

When you are using a hair dryer to dry your hair you should not keep it in one place on your hair for any amount of time. The focused heat on that part of the hair can cause damage and dry your hair out unnecessarily. Keep it moving!

Promote healthy hair and avoid unnecessary damage by never brushing your hair when it remains wet. Wet hair is far more fragile than dry hair, making it more prone to breakage. To keep damage at a minimum, try brushing your hair prior to showering or waiting until your hair dries before you comb it.

It is extremely important that your hair stays moisturized so it won’t become brittle and dry, which can cause your hair to break. The temperature at which you shampoo is a big factor. After shampooing, rinse with cold water. This helps to seal moisture in your hair shafts.

Coat your hair with a protective conditioner or specially-made hair wax before using heat-styling implements. Heat can dry out your hair over time, causing breakage and split ends. Some hair product manufacturers make special formulations, created for heat styling use. Typically, you just rub or spray a small amount through your hair, right before styling.

Use two conditioners when you wash your hair. Use one in the shower after rinsing the shampoo out of your hair. The other conditioner is a leave-in conditioner. It should be applied after you are out of the shower and you towel dry your hair. The combination of conditioners will reduce the static in your hair, as well as, leaving it healthy, soft and manageable.

If you color your hair, try to minimize doing it to around once every two months. Hair dying can dry out and damage your hair with harsh chemicals. If you limit it to every two months, your hair will have time to recover from the damage that you had done previously.

In the summer, refrain from staying out in the sun too long. The sun can have very damaging effects on the surface of your scalp and can also cause your hair to dry and color. Try staying indoors, as much as possible, if you desire to maintain a quality hair care regimen.

Avoid the itchy, flaky scalp associated with dandruff by using mild shampoos and conditioners every day. Limit the use of styling products and avoid coloring or perming your hair. If dandruff persists, try an anti-dandruff shampoo for a couple of weeks. If there is still no improvement, consult a dermatologist for a medical treatment for your dry scalp.

Don’t use a comb or a brush on wet hair. Your hair is susceptible to damage when wet. Wait until your hair is mostly dry to begin brushing. Use a wide-tooth comb to remove tangles from wet hair, to avoid breakage and other damage.

Your hair should love what you plan to do to it. Go ahead and apply the information you learned today about proper hair care as soon as possible. The sooner you establish good hair care habits the sooner your hair is going to look beautiful for the whole world to see.

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