How To Manage Hair Breakage

How To Manage Hair Breakage

If you want to have a strong body, you have to have good workout habits. The same logic applied to having strong locks on your head. Having beautiful and brilliant hair starts with having great hair habits. The kind of habits that protect and reinforce their strength before you ever damage them. It is easier to maintain healthy hair than it is to recover from hair breakage. Luckily, Brilliance New York is here with our top tips to manage hair breakage before it ever happens.

Good Hair Starts With Good Hair Habits

As we mentioned, if you want to have brilliant hair, you need to have good habits. Taking care of your hair as preventative care is a lot easier than trying to repair damaged hair later on. The best way to manage hair breakage is to use a quality shampoo and conditioner, avoid frying your hair while styling, and treating it with quality ingredients.

#1 Use a High Quality Shampoo

When you want to manage hair breakage, you best bet is to start with a quality shampoo. We recommend using the Essential Hydration Shampoo with Argan Oil. Using the Essential Hydration Shampoo once a week (or as needed) will give your hair much of the nutrients that it needs to be clean and healthy.

Deep Condition

In addition to using a quality shampoo, a good deep conditioning will give your hair the necessary to hydrate and rejuvenate your hair. When conditioning your hair, be sure to start about mid length down from your scalp (avoiding your roots) and conditioning down to the ends of your hair.

Conditioning your  hair properly will make sure that it is strong enough to withstand even the most basic hair styling mistakes that cause hair breakage.

Avoid Too Much Heat!

Once your hair is properly washed and conditioned, it’s time to focus on styling habits! While many hair tools go up to high temperatures, it’s not wise to push the limits of what you hair can handle. That’s why the flat irons from BNY come with temperature displays and accurate temperature controls. You want to use enough heat to style your hair, but not enough to sizzle it.

Use a low heat on your flat irons, curling wands, and even your blow dryer.

Use Heat Protectant Spray

Finally, while you are more aware of using a lower temperature when styling your hair, you should always use a heat protectant spray before using any hair tools. A heat protectant spray will coat your hair with a protective layer so that even if the slightest bit of heat doesn’t damage your hair.