Poor diet, illness, or sluggish metabolism can produce dandruff, scaly particles that stick to hair roots.
Women lose hair. Male-pattern baldness affects most men. Stress, medication, hormones, and menopause cause female hair loss. Chemical/heat styling products can also cause hair loss.
Overwashing dries hair. Though clean hair is good, many wash once or twice a day. That removes all hair oils.
Overbrushing, perming, heat, and poor conditioning create split ends.
Sebum overproduction causes oily hair. Sebaceous glands create sebum, which can overproduce.
Frizzy hair occurs when the hair’s moisture level falls below normal levels, and it can also be hereditary.
Damage from chemicals and heat styling tools, as well as environmental conditions, are two of the main culprits in dull hair.
Too frequent use of a curling iron or flat iron might harm your hair.
Color treated hair is more fragile since the cuticle is opened during the coloring process.
The appearance of silver hair is celebrated by many. Some people embrace their gray hair, while others would rather not have it because it tends to be brittle and unruly.