7 Healthy Habits for Stronger, More Beautiful Hair

It’s a well-known fact that mechanically or chemically treating your hair leads to breakage, split ends, and even thinning of the hair. But sometimes, even though we don’t iron or blow dry our hair, split ends still appear. That’s because many things can lead to breakage of the hair, and believe it or not, we do them almost every day. So, we at FADBUZZ decided to share with you 7 healthy habits that will help you prevent damaging your hair.


Brush Your Hair When It’s Dry

Your hair is more vulnerable and prone to breakage when it’s wet. So, the best thing to do is to brush your hair knots before you wash it, and after it’s well dried. Also, it is very important to brush your hair starting from the ends to the root. That way you’ll avoid tangling and breaking your hair.

Forget About Hot Showers

Yes, hot showers are very soothing and relaxing, but, unfortunately, they can irritate your scalp and weaken your hair. So, it’s best to wash your hair with warm water, and do a cold-water rinse at the end. You may wonder why cold water rinses? Well, this is because washing your hair with cold water will boost its shine, seal shut the cuticles, and keep your hair healthy.

The Conditioner Is Your Hair’s Best Friend

Apply conditioner on your hair every time you wash it. This will make the hair soft, silky and make your combing easier. Important note: Never put conditioner on your scalp; it will make the roots oiler and can cause hair loss.

Protect Your Hair From the Sun

Exposing your hair to the sun is just as harmful as it is to your skin. The best way to protect your hair and scalp from the sun is by using an SPF hair protector.

Nourish Your Scalp

Massaging your scalp with a few drops of oil can treat dryness and dandruff, stimulate hair growth, prevent premature graying, and reduce hair loss. And as a bonus, your body will feel more relaxed and you’ll have a better night’s sleep.

Trim Your Hair Regularly

Trimming your hair every 2 to 3 months will prevent your hair from breakage and promote hair growth. This doesn’t mean that you should cut a lot of your hair length. Trim the ends only, and by “dusting,” get rid of the boring split ends.

Eat a Protein-Rich Diet

Our hair is made mostly out of protein, so including protein-rich foods in your diet can help in preserving your hair healthy. For stronger strands, consume foods that boost collagen production and are rich in vitamin C and E. 

Caring for your hair is as important as every other part of your body. So, treat your hair with love, because a healthy, full-of-life hair enhances your beauty, gives you confidence, and complements your style.