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Here are 5 Ways You Can Protect Your Natural Hair from Heat Damage.

Here are 5 Ways You Can Protect Your Natural Hair from Heat Damage.


Direct heat from blow dryers and flat irons can cause hair breaking damage with these tips you can assess and protect the health of your hair.

 

Understand How Much Heat is Too Much

Hair burns or begins to denature at 450F. The temperature is less for fine hair or hair that is weak and damaged. If you’re experimenting with heat for the first time, use medium to low heat settings. And invest in a professional blow dryer. Use flat or curling irons with accurate temperature will make a huge different.


Know Your Hair


Everyone’s hair is different. It’s for this reason that you must know your hair and its heat tolerance. Damaged hair is more susceptible to heat damage. Doing a hair assessment will help you determine whether or not you should introduce heat to your regimen. Identify for your hair’s condition by examining softness, hair texture (finer hair textures can be more easily damaged by heat) and elasticity (hair stretches without breaking easily).


Prepare Your Hair

Prepare your hair for heat styling by moisturizing & deep conditioning. Moisturizing and deep conditioning will strengthen your hair. This also ensure that the hair cuticle is closed and coated for a smooth look. Detangle hair well before heat styling will save your hair from heat burning.


Use Heat Protectant


This is the only time that I recommend a silicone based product. Heat protectant creates a barrier between your hair and heat exposure. Silicones coat the hair and prevent moisture for reaching the hair shaft. This prevents reversion but on the flip side it keeps moisturizers from absorbing your hair so moisturize with a light moisturizer before using a heat protectant.


Limit Heat Exposure


Anything in excess is detrimental and heat is no exception. I wouldn’t recommend using direct heat on your hair any more than once a week. Less if your hair is easily damaged. Start off with a small amount of heat to see how your hair reacts or only use medium to low heat when styling.


Bonus: Let a Professional Do It


Of course, having a professional do it is always better but don’t forget to do deep treatment and use heat protection on your hair. Call us at 310 274 1553 for an appointment this week and we will give you a FREE Intense Moisturizing Treatment or Heat Protection (4oz).


Source from www.naturalhairrules.com

Here are 5 Ways You Can Protect Your Natural Hair from Heat Damage. Direct heat from blow dryers and flat irons can cause hair breaking damage with these tips you can assess and protect the health of your hair.   Understand How Much Heat is Too Much Hair burns or begins to denature at 450F. The temperature is less for fine hair or hair that is weak and damaged. If you’re experimenting with heat for the first time, use medium to low heat settings. And invest in a professional blow dryer. Use flat or curling irons with accurate temperature will...


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