Ans. 1. Trim the ends regularly to get rid of split ends.
2. Use a deep conditioning treatment once a week to moisturize and nourish the hair.
3. Avoid using heat-styling tools or minimize their use.
4. Use a wide-toothed comb to detangle wet hair gently.
5. Limit chemical treatments such as perming, colouring, or relaxing.
6. Protect your hair from sun exposure by wearing a hat or using a UV protection spray.
7. Use a heat protectant spray before using heat-styling tools.
8. Avoid tight hairstyles that can pull and strain the hair.
9. Eat a balanced diet rich in vitamins and minerals to promote healthy hair growth.
Ans. Yes, frequent and excessive use of heat-styling tools like straighteners can damage the hair. The high heat can strip away the moisture from the hair, making it dry and brittle. It can also cause the hair cuticles to lift, leading to frizz and breakage. To minimize damage, it's important to use heat protectant sprays, lower the heat setting on your straightener, and limit the frequency of straightening.
Ans. Apply a small amount of smoothening serum or oil to the ends of your hair to smooth and add shine.
Regularly deep condition your hair to restore moisture.
Avoid excessive brushing or combing, as it can disturb the hair cuticles and lead to more frizz.
Use a wide-toothed comb or a brush with natural bristles to gently detangle your hair.
Limit heat styling and, if necessary, use a heat protectant spray before using hot tools.
Consider protective hairstyles that minimize exposure to environmental factors that can cause frizz, such as braids.
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