If you’re having trouble keeping your ‘do silky smooth, shiny and beautiful, you may want to spend extra attention on the strength of your hair. Breakage can easily turn your hairĀ into a mess, but there are ways that you can keep your locks from splintering.

First, Prevention magazine states that it’s crucial to be gentle on your hair as soon as you get out of the shower. This means avoiding vigorous rubbing with your towel and gently absorbing the water from your locks instead. It may take longer to remove the moisture, but it’s well worth it.

Next, The Huffington Post claims that it’s important to be mindful of how much heat you apply to your hair. Blow-drying it can make it more brittle, and straight-ironing it may result in the same outcome over time. If you need to use heat, apply a protective spray beforehand.

Finally, invest in a repairing conditioner and shampoo to strengthen your hair. Using this while bathing can dramatically redeem your locks and put them in a prime position to resist breakage. In the end, you’ll be happier when you run your fingers through your ‘do and feel the difference!

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Shayna Murphy is a beauty blogger from Amherst, Massachusetts, who can trace her love of beauty products back to the one afternoon when she convinced her grandmother to buy her lime green nail polish. She enjoys cooking (Indian-style dishes are a specialty!), is a bit of a history buff and collects antique milk vases. Shayna reports on the latest makeup, skincare and fashion trends and will try to convince you on a regular basis that yes, you really should wear sunscreen daily. My favorite beauty product is... - Anything containing sea salt. It's probably the most amazing exfoliant I've ever used and it leaves my skin feeling fresh and smoother than ever. Can't leave the house without my... - Lip gloss. The rest of the day can be a total bust, but if I have a great gloss on I feel like at least I've done one thing right! I would describe my style as... - Definitely au naturale. While I love exploring new shades of eyeshadow and liner on special occasions, for me the most important part of any beauty regimen is keeping my skin clear and blemish-free.


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