By Aly Walansky, Beauty High
A girl with messy hairWe have all experienced breakage at one point or another, but there are definitely ways to avoid it and to minimize it as much as possible. "Breakage usually occurs from overly processed hair and from excessive coloring, and heat. I believe as long as you do everything in moderation, you and your hair will be just fine," says Drybar Founder, Alli Webb.
"The ultimate tip to avoiding breakage is to simply learn to accept your hair in its natural state. Changing your hair by constantly dyeing, curling, or straightening leads to damage," says Carlos Flores, creator of NYC Curls by Carlos Flores.
If you do have some breakage and are trying to repair your hair, here are some things you can and should be able to do to get your hair back in shape:
1. Invest in a nourishing, reparative mask for your hair and apply 1-2 times per week.
2. Only wash your hair twoRead More »from 7 Tips to Finally Put an End to Hair Breakage