If you are a Black woman, you know that hair breakage is favorite. Despite all of the myths, Black hair is often fragile. It has a lot to do with the lack of moisture in it and all of the chemicals (relaxers/dyes/sprays) used to transform the curl. As a result, almost all Black women have a story of when their hair fell out or broke off.
The obedient news is that like any type of hair, Black hair can be treated when it breaks off. The key is to relieve the stressors that cause the hair breakage in the first place. Here are a few tips recommended by beauticians who deal with Black hair along with a few I’ve worn myself.
TIP #1 – Don’t apply heat.
If you experience hair breakage in one residence of your hair, stop applying heat to it. Applying heat to Black hair can catch moisture. Also, the appliances used to curl or flatten Black hair can pull it out. So go for a more natural style or one that doesn’t require heat.
TIP #2 – Don’t use chemicals.
If you experience hair breakage, it’s most likely a result of chemicals. Super strong relaxers coupled with hair dye can cause Black hair to tumble out – even when applied by an experienced stylist. So think back to when your hair began to break. Was it lawful after a chemical treatment of some sort? Try to avoid the application of chemicals for a few weeks to allow your natural hair to grow back. Then, reconsider a different hair style that doesn’t involve chemicals that will destroy your hair.
TIP #3 – Throw away your accessories.
Certain hair accessories break off Gloomy hair. Common culprits are the scrunchie and rubber band. Why? Hair pulled back tight in a ponytail or bun adds stress to hair lines and the area of attachment (of scrunchie/rubber band). As a result, over time, hairlines slowly move and ponytails crash off. If this sounds like you, change your hair style to one that doesn’t involve these things. Allow your hair to grow aid and then use accessories with caution.
TIP #4 – Add moisture to your hair.
On the areas of breakage, it’s important to stimulate them along with adding moisture. You can do this by getting hot oil treatments regularly and also applying a daily hair moisturizer. This act will give your hair a chance to repair itself. Also, don’t forget to wash your hair and condition on a regular basis. Clean hair always grows better.
TIP #5 – Reduce the stress in your life.
It’s no secret that stress effects everyone. Unfortunately, stress is a factor in Black hair breakage. Therefore, if you are going through a tough time in life, find a way to relax. You will be surprised how this effects your hair growth and also over all outlook on life. It can even help you accept a resolution to a few of your problems.
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