Blow drying, straightening, highlighting and perming regularly can wreak havoc on hair, leaving it brittle, broken and unmanageable. Split ends and dry hair are just two of the possible outcomes of over-styling.

Split ends

Excessive styling and heat can cause split ends, which occur when the protective outermost layer of hair (the cuticle) is damaged and peels back. Some cures for split ends include:

Brushing gently with a soft, flexible hairbrush, and not over-brushing.
Avoiding towel drying. If you do dry your hair with a towel, rub it gently.
Using a conditioner, and leaving on a deep conditioner about once a week.
Applying a heat-protective serum or spray before you dry or style your hair.

Dry hair

Hair needs moisture and a certain amount of oil to keep it looking healthy. A number of things can dry out hair, including:

washing it too often
using a harsh shampoo
excessive blow drying or use of a curling or straightening iron
exposure to sun, wind and dry air
perms and dyes
chlorine in swimming pools
poor nutrition
certain medications

To keep the moisture in your hair, try these tips:

Don't wash your hair every day. When you do wash your hair, use a gentle shampoo that is designed to infuse moisture into dry hair. Also use a conditioner daily.
Limit blow-drying and the use of hot irons, hot rollers and curling irons.
Increase the time between hair treatments such as dyes and perms.
Wear a hat on cold, windy days and put on a swimming hat when swimming in a chlorinated pool.

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