We put Vietnam human hair through a lot to get it to curl, straighten or change colors how we’d like it. The routines become so second-nature that we keep on styling our hair right over the damage.
So what are the bad habits we face up with which damage Vietnam natural hair?The bad news is that you’re probably making tons of mistakes with your locks every day without even realizing it, leaving them prone to serious damage and breakage. The good one is in this piece of news, we will discuss to find solutions clearly.
You’re washing too much, or not enough for your hair type
You have to find a balance.Many top stylists argue that during our normal day, our locks are exposed to dirt and oil buildup, pollution, and product … not to mention sweat from summer temps or a grueling workout, so you need to clean it daily.
Others swear that washing every day strips your hair of its natural oils, and your shampooing habits could be doing major damage to your hair as a result. But every person’s hair is different, so you should find the routine that’s just right for you depending on your hair type, activity level, and amount of damage from hot tools and treatments.
Using a dirty brush. Filthy hair brushes that are covered in hair, oil and product build-up are breeding grounds for bacteria. Clean them at least once a month with a mixture of baking soda and lukewarm water. A toothbrush will help you to get into all those tiny bristles.
Overdrying your hair. Using heat-styling tools like a blow dryer and flat iron on color or chemical-treated hair furthers any damage. Unless you’re replenishing lost moisture with regular oil treatments, then you’re doing more harm than good. Practice better styling habits by turning down the heat on your tools and using extra virgin coconut oil as an overnight hair conditioner and shampooing hair in the morning.
You’re brushing human hair strands while they’re still wet
Wet hair is extremely weak and thus more vulnerable to breakage than dry hair, so tugging at your tresses with a brush or a comb post-shower to de-tangle is one of the worst things you can do.
Waiting as long as you can to work through those tangles (and also using a high-quality hair brush when you do) is a good idea for all hair types, even if it requires a little more extra patience.
You sleep on wet vietnamese hair.
If you prefer to wash just before bed or simply don’t have any other time during your day, we’ve got some bad news: Sleeping on wet strands leaves them more prone to friction, and thus, more prone to frizzies, tangles, and knots while you’re dozing away in dreamland.
Though it’s understandably so easy to take a soothing hot shower or bath and climb right into bed, you really should give locks enough time to air dry, or style them accordingly before letting that head hit the pillow.