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Let's have a chat about how heat can influence your hair.
Unfortunately, both natural and artificial heat can have negative impacts on your hair.
This includes things like hot water, the sun, heaters in your home and car, straighteners, curling irons, hairdryers, rollers etc.
All these different influences can dry out your hair causing damage.
It can cause frizz, dry hair, split ends, colour fading in natural and artificial, minor hair breakage.
You can try different things to help your hair from being affected by heat.
Here are 4 easy tips to follow to avoid heat-stressed locks;
→ It is recommended when washing your hair to have the water cold.
If this is not possible then as cold as you can tolerate, even lukewarm.
→ When in the sun, using a leave-in conditioner that has UV protection and or wearing a hat can reduce heat stress.
→ If you are using electrical heat then try to keep usage to a minimum and use a thermal protection spray beforehand.
→ When using a straightener or curler, hotter is not always better.
If you have temperature control, set it to 160-185 degrees.
These tips can help reduce stress on your hair and keep it looking as healthy as possible in the future.