Regardless, e people already know the struggle of managing their beautiful curly locks. If you’re looking for some tips to reduce your hair breakage, here are some pearls of wisdom from our side.
1. Don’t wash your hair every day
Shampooing and conditioning your hair every day will cause your scalp to become dry and produce more sebum. Sebum makes the scalp oilier and that makes you want to wash your hair more frequently. It’s just a vicious cycle you don’t want to get sucked into. Washing your hair twice or thrice a week is enough.
2. Use sulfate-free products
Sulfates are commonly used in hair care products. This creates lots of foam when you rub it. We often equate foam to better cleaning but really it just dries up our hair shaft and makes it more susceptible to breakage. Choose gentler shampoos; ones without sulfate in them.
3. Use conditioner religiously
tends to be thick and easily curls up at the sight of moisture in the air. A good hair conditioner can lock in moisture into our hair strands keeping them soft and smooth for long periods. Condition your hair after each shampoo wash—just make sure it doesn’t get into your scalp!
4. Use the correct
Yes, there is a wrong and right . We’re not going to make a ridiculous demand for you to ban all heat and because let’s face it; the minute the humidity levels cross 60 percent we’re all scrambling for the hair straighteners. Use that come with low heat levels. Have you tried the MC Professional Hot-N-Happy Hair Tool yet? It styles your hair without damaging it and works well with all types of ethnic hair!