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    Lightbulb Tips To Stop Breakage

    How To Stop Hair Breakage !


    Hair breaks when certain points in it thicken or weaken. This can take place near the scalp; in this case you will not be able to grow long hair. If your hair breaks at its ends, then you have split ends.

    Causes of Hair Breakage

    A big cause of hair breakage is improper use of chemical treatments, such as coloring, and perming.

    If you brush or comb your hair too often or in the wrong way, this can lead to breakage. Hair extensions and braids can cause hair breakage as well. The problem can also be caused by a medical problem, like hypothyroidism, an eating disorder or deficiency in some vitamins.



    How to Stop Hair Breakage

    Try the following tips to stop breakage:

    - Keep your hair moisturized. Your hair needs moisture, particularly when it is exposed to chemical treatments and heat appliances. Deep condition your hair, at least once per week.

    - Use the right conditioner. Leave in conditioners are excellent. You can also use an all natural hair lotion.

    - Shampoo your hair regularly. You should wash your hair at least once per week. Do not use cheap shampoos. It is best to use all natural hair care products that contain natural oils.

    - Pay attention to the ends of your hair. If you notice split ends, cut them off immediately because splits can go all the way up your hair shaft.

    - Wear a style that doesn’t cause too much stress.

    - Among various natural remedies for hair breakage, some people swear by mayo. Just spread the mayo on your hair and let it sit for about half an hour before you rinse it off.

    More tips to avoid hair breakage:

    - Comb your hair once daily.

    - Use large tooth combs.

    - Use a baby brush for smoothing your edges.
    - Avoid using excessive heat. Use curling irons and blow dryers only when necessary.

    - Sleep in a satin cap or on a satin pillow case.

    - Take vitamins to help hair breakage: vitamin C, vitamin E and silica.

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    Good Info girly. That's a tough battle for me. It has gotten alot better. I wish that I had no breakage at all.
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    thanks for the great info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanceKendra View Post
    Good Info girly. That's a tough battle for me. It has gotten alot better. I wish that I had no breakage at all.
    Well If you comb less That will always help ..What hairstyles do you wear ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassie View Post
    thanks for the great info!
    You Welcome..Im working on Finding More Info For you all..But That should have you covered till then ..

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    So true!!!!!!
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    Good Info. Thx CREO!!!

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    Good looking out Creo! I find when I hold off relaxing my hair it breaks like CRAZY... once I do my touch up everything stays on my head. Go figure? I waited a good inch till I relaxed it. (the longest I have ever waited and now it looks kosher again!)

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    Great post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HairObsessed View Post
    Good looking out Creo! I find when I hold off relaxing my hair it breaks like CRAZY... once I do my touch up everything stays on my head. Go figure? I waited a good inch till I relaxed it. (the longest I have ever waited and now it looks kosher again!)
    GREAT JOB ..Yu Really do see better results like that ..I never understood why ppl Relaxed every Couple of weeks

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