We all know that using high heat on our hair can damage it, but we do it anyway. Fortunately, there are ways to limit the amount of damage when blow drying our hair. Hair stylists take care to protect your hair in a salon, so why not follow the same steps when you’re at home?
When you step out of the shower, it’s better press hair gently with a towel instead of rubbing. Then, before blow drying your hair, let it air dry for a bit to limit exposure to the heat. Arguably, the most important step is applying a product to protect your hair from the heat. Reader’s Digest recommends the Keranique Lift & Repair Treatment Spray.
This protecting spray by Keranique is formulated for thin and fine hair; it’s lightweight and adds body and bounce. Damage caused by heat may be causing hair to thin as a result of breakage. Using a protecting spray over time can help reduce how often hair breaks as you style your hair.
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