Dry hair tips: discover what is it, how to prevent and recover

The dryness is one of the most typical hair complaints among women; especially it is a real disaster for those who like to keep their hair long and healthy looking. The implementation of the chemical processes, the use of a variety of the heating tools such as the flat iron and the dryer, spending a lot of time under sunshine, on the beach, and in the swimming pool – here are the reasons for lack of hair hydration, and despite daily care, the majority of women can’t deal with this problem well. Though, some tricks will help you to visit the salons less often. You just need to understand how the hair is formed and thus you can have your hair undamaged without giving scissors each time!

If you have dry hair ends, you need to wash your hair very carefully: the hair has a split form and often splits into two or more fractions at the end, and this fraction disintegrates more and more you don’t look after your hair in a proper manner. It's happening because of the external processes such as chemicals, the use of the heating tools or exposure to the sun and pollution. Thus, three layers keep the hair fiber open, fragment and create the dreaded double-ended effect.

The best method to prevent the dry ends is the hydration upon the use of a product line suitable for the women who have dry or damaged hair. Upon daily wash, the best tip here is to avoid the waste accumulation, by using the moisturizing products only across the length of the threads and take some minutes to apply a deep-treatment cream 1 or 2 time a week. Another tip to prevent the dryness of hair ends is always to protect your hair with a thermoprotective formula before drying or upon the use of the flat iron and the Babyliss. Even if you want to let the wires dry outdoors, it is essential to use a good combing cream to moisturize your hair and to untangle your hair threads without harming the hair fiber.

We recommend using Brasil Cacau Deep Conditioning Mask to moisture the hair. 

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