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Whether you have been skipping your heat protectant or overusing your heating styling tools, now is a fresh start to get your healthy habits for your New Year’s resolution. Here are a few hair care maintenance tips that you can easily keep throughout the new year. Follow these steps to have a good hair care base routine:

  • Seek out the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type. Look for products that address your hair issues ( fine, thick, oily, or dry). Book a consultation with your hairstylist or hair care professional to find out what type of hair care regime will work best for you.
  • Keep up with your weekly deep conditioner hair treatments. It’s important to keep your hair well moisturized especially during the winter months.
  • Get hair trims regularly especially if you are trying to grow your hair out. Hair trims are a great way to retain length and keep your hair healthy and free of split ends. Men and women with medium to long hair get trims every 6-8 weeks. If you have short hair and want to maintain your haircut then 4-6 weeks is ideal to keep a polished haircut.
  • Dedicate a few days out of the week to take a break from heat styling. Make sure to use heat styling products to protect your hair during the styling process.

Turn Down The Temperature For Your Hair Wash Regimen

We hate to break it to you, but steaming hot water can strip your hair of natural moisture, leaving you with dry hair. Next time you wash your hair, bring the water down to a lukewarm temperature.

Give Your Hairline A break. Avoid High Tension Hairstyles

High ponytails and sleek buns can cause traction alopecia as well put stress on your hair causing significant breakage. Instead of high ponytails, go for a low ponytail or low buns and avoid putting tension on the hair.

Embrace Your Natural Hair Texture From Time To Time.

Instead of heat-styling your hair regularly starts embracing your natural texture and use a heat-free styling regimen to give your hair a break. Heat styling is one of the main causes of dry hair, split ends, and damage. Avoid heat from time to time is an easy fix to obtain healthier hair

Invest In Quality Deep Conditioning Products

Adding a deep conditioner to your hair regimen is essential, especially if you have color-treated hair or use heat styling tools frequently. Deep conditioners are a great way to show your strands some TLC and address various hair care concerns. There are a variety of deep conditioners formulated to address a variety of hair care issues including dry hair, breakage, color damage, and frizz.

Hair Care Is Self Care, Make It A Priority

Whether it’s keeping your standing appointment with your stylist or being consistent with your home hair care routines, make it a part of your schedule. Haircare should be part of your self-care regimen. Take time to relax and enjoy the peaceful moments to pamper yourself.