Tips To Protect Hair From Damage

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Protecting my hair from damage is one of the things I have completely been a slacker on, considering that my hair is so vital in making me feel good about myself I have been avidly trying to take better care in protecting my hair – Here are some easy tips to protect hair from damage.

With daily use of heat tools on my hair, I am amazed that I have hair left on my head. I do suffer from dry and damaged split ends. Since incorporating some of these tips to protect hair in my regime I have noticed a considerable difference in how my hair look and feels.

1  – Use a heat protectant spray , this is pretty self-explanatory, I cannot stress enough how vital it is to use a heat protectant spray before you plan on using any heat tools on your hair. A great option is the Joico Smooth Cure Thermal Styling Protectant or the ghd Heat Protect Spray which is also another good option to try.

 

 

2 – Allow hair to air dry if possible – In Winter this won’t be possible, but in Summer try and air dry your hair more often limiting the amount you use hair tools.

3 – Blow dry with low heat setting –  If you do plan on using a hair dryer to dry your hair use a lower setting, it might take longer to dry the hair but it lessens damage to the hair.

4 – Brush hair when wet – Use a wide comb or brush and gently brush hair from the starting with the ends first, if you have curly or wavy hair it’s important to do this while hair is damp. If you do have straight hair use a comb or brush to brush out the hair after hair has had time to dry a bit. A Tangle Teezer is a great option and something I have been using for years and they come in so many designs.

 

 

5 – Moisturise hair – Something I am sure many women are already doing, moisturising hair is important to prevent hair from damaging. Use conditioner on the ends of the hair or a hair mask to help bring moisture to dry ends. The Joico Moisture Treatment Balm is definitely worth trying.

 

All of these products can be purchased from the Retailbox website.

51 Comments

    • August 16, 2017 / 9:35 am

      It actually does, my hair has also been so damanged these has helped me quite a bit.

  1. Yiotou_La
    August 16, 2017 / 8:47 am

    I always use a heat protectant spray before using any heating tools and I sometimes wash my hair, leave it until the next day to air dry and then blow dry them. Saves me time and it’s good for the hair since I use heating tools less.

    Yiota
    PinkDaisyLoves

    • August 16, 2017 / 9:36 am

      I can not go with heat protectant it works like a bomb

  2. Laura
    August 16, 2017 / 11:46 am

    I always use heat protection and a good hair dryer can make a huge difference x

    Laura
    Pink Frenzy

  3. August 16, 2017 / 12:50 pm

    I always make the habit of brushing my hair in the shower with conditioner using my tangle teezer! It helps so much as my hairs super long and thick xx

    Jenny | Krystel Couture X

  4. August 16, 2017 / 4:54 pm

    I usually let my hair air dry and then use the hair dryer for a minute or so. Thankfully I have thin, fine hair so it air dry pretty quickly.

    Shireen⎜Reflection of Sanity

    • August 17, 2017 / 11:47 am

      Ahh it would take me hours to air dry my hair LOL it’s the opposite of yours, extremely thick

  5. barbiegirl06
    August 16, 2017 / 5:00 pm

    Great post and tips! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  6. Emily Hammond
    August 16, 2017 / 8:52 pm

    Defos trying some of these tips, going to try and let my hair air dry more! Loving your blog gal x

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  7. Emily Hammond
    August 16, 2017 / 9:02 pm

    Defos trying some of these tips, going to try and let my hair air dry more! Loving your blog gal x

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    • August 17, 2017 / 11:46 am

      hehe I have done that for years, but my hair was always so damaged

  8. August 16, 2017 / 9:37 pm

    Looks like the protectant spray are necessary to have one, good to know 🙂

  9. August 16, 2017 / 11:39 pm

    I’m always after products to help against hair damage, so I’ll be sure to check these out xx

    Hannah | luxuryblush

  10. August 16, 2017 / 11:40 pm

    Shame on me, I never use a heat protectant! I find it makes my hair greasy, and I use more than enough products already! Recently though I’m trying out the Bumble & Bumble Hairdressers oil, which has a UV protectant in it. Better than nothing, eh?

    Love, Charline | Charline Has a Blog

    • August 17, 2017 / 11:45 am

      Haha, it call make your hair greasy depending on what heat protectant you use.the bumble & bumble option definitely is better then not using anything haha

  11. Kate
    August 17, 2017 / 10:14 am

    My hair looks terrible if I don’t style it so it’s safe to say it gets its fair share of heat damage! I’ve been trying to let it air dry before going in with my GHDs to lessen this, as well as using a mask regularly and a heat protectant with argan oil in it. x

    Kate Louise Blogs

    • August 17, 2017 / 11:44 am

      Ah most of the time I do not have time to air dry which deifnitely would be my first choice

  12. Suze
    August 17, 2017 / 12:40 pm

    I’ve been meaning to get a Tangle Teaser, thanks for the reminder!

  13. Kathryn
    August 17, 2017 / 5:23 pm

    The Tangle Teezer really saved my hair! Used to get so knotty.
    Kathryn /Cherries in the Snow

  14. August 17, 2017 / 10:45 pm

    I’m the worst when it comes to hair care so thank you for these! I try to always air dry my hair, but I need to get a heat protectant.

    xx
    Nida | Caked To The Nines

  15. Maria João Almeida
    August 22, 2017 / 2:21 pm

    This is so useful! I am constantly using blow dryer and hair straightener, The result? I always have to cut a lot of my hair because it gets dry ends all the time.
    Thanks for the tips! 🙂

    Maria
    Words of Mary

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