The healthiest way to wear your hair is for it to be clean and well-conditioned, with minimal heat styling.
This is because heat styling, if done too frequently, can cause unnecessary damage to your hair. It is important to remember that even the most advanced and expensive tools must be used with caution.
Heat styling can cause breakage of both the cuticle and cortex layers of the hair strand which weakens it significantly. This may manifest as split ends or breakage from brushing or combing, but it all comes back to excessive heat exposure. To avoid this type of damage happening in your own hair care routine, try not to use heated tools more than once a week unless absolutely necessary for a special occasion or event. If you do find yourself needing to use them more often then make sure you are using products specifically designed for heat protection such as serums and sprays before applying any kind of heat tool directly onto the strands themselves.
If possible also try using lower temperatures when styling so that less overall harm will be caused by each session – look out for adjustable temperature settings on curling wands and straighteners! Since we all have different types of locks some people may find their mane responds better at higher temperatures; however it’s important not to forget about keeping those temperatures low where possible so that our tresses remain healthy over time instead of being forced into submission by high-powered equipment every single day!
Finally, always focus on proper hydration after heating up – deep conditioning treatments should become part of your regular haircare routine if they aren’t already there! Hydrating masks help replenish lost moisture from blowdrying or curling iron usage while restoring softness & shine back into dull looking strands – something everyone wants right? So dont skip out on this step after every session with hot tools; trust me when I say that if you take these precautions now then your hair will thank you later down the line!
Excessive heat styling can cause damage to both the cuticle and cortex layers of the hair strand.
Try not to use heated tools more than once a week, or look for products specifically designed for heat protection.
Always focus on proper hydration after heating up – deep conditioning treatments should become part of your regular haircare routine!