Hair-saving changes: - Shampoo gently. - Rinse the shampoo from your head without rubbing it in.
Hair-saving changes: - Conditioner after every shampoo.
Hair-saving changes: - Towel-dry your hair. - Air-dry your hair.
Hair-saving changes: - Straight hair? After drying, carefully comb your hair with a wide-tooth comb. - Are your curls tight or textured? Use a wide-tooth comb on moist hair.
Hair-saving changes: - Air-dry your hair when feasible. - Lowest heat setting. - Avoid hot combs and curling irons. - Use these tools weekly or less.
Alterations that can aid in avoiding hair damage: - Attempt a new do that does not call for the use of this item.
Hair-saving changes: - Pull hair back loosely. - Use hairstyle-specific covered rubber bands. - Try a non-pulling hairdo.
Hair-saving changes: - Avoid pulling light weaves. - Extension and weave salons. - 2–3 months of professional weaves or extensions. - Weaves and extensions need clean scalps. - Cut hair to avoid extensions.
Hair-saving changes: - Dry air delays touch-ups. Winter touch-ups. - Only color, relax, or perm. Perm or relax hair before coloring. - After showering. - Zinc oxide leave-in conditioner and wide-brimmed hats protect hair.
Hair-saving changes: - Hairstyle only. Avoid daily brushing. A myth. - Wide-tooth comb hair carefully. - Brush, comb, and style hair without tugging. - Detangle with conditioner.