For those who have not read the first part, find it here: 10 tips to combat the case (1/2)
6. Avoid too manipulate your hair
Too much brushing, combing or washing can seriously damage your hair. Do not wash your hair every day: they will be dry and dull. To switch, do a wash co (conditioner washing: wash your hair with a conditioner) with the co wash Shea Moisture between two shampoos. Also, promote the use of sulfate-free shampoo if you wash your hair more than once a week.
7. Use a brush and a comb adapted
Comb your hair with a wide tooth comb. A boar bristle brush is essential for effective brushing gently but do not on completely wet hair because they are too fragile! Apply a conditioner before…
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8. Let your hair breathe from time to time
Have constantly attached, braided or pulled back hair can also increase your case. Accessories such as rubber bands and the bars also enlightening your hair. So have the style and opt for protective hairstyles but let your hair breathe from time to time.
9. Protect your hair
The holiday season approaching, limit exposure to the Sun, chlorine and salt water which will damage your hair. Wear a hat or scarf large sunny days and use a swim CAP to swim at the pool or at the beach…
10. Eat balanced
One of the best treatments for case-sensitive depends on your lifestyle: as for the rest of your body, a regular intake of vitamins will give you beautiful hair shiny and healthy. Eat fruits, vegetables to bring the necessary nutrients for the growth of your hair.
Also, use products that contain vitamin D and E that will promote healthy growth.
Do you have other tips? How do you limit the damage of your hair?