Tip 1: good nutrition
Make sure you are getting all of the essential nutrients. Important nutrients for the hair are zinc, copper and iron, which prevent hair loss, strengthen the hair and support the pigmentation of the hair. They can be found in legumes. It is therefore best to eat more beans, lentils, kidney beans.
Tip 2: the right washing technique
When washing your hair, make sure that you only massage the shampoo into the hairline instead of the length and that you do not brush your hair while it is wet. Both of these can put a lot of strain on your hair and even lead to hair breakage or hair loss.
Tip 3: have the tips cut
If you never cut your hair but you are prone to split ends, the split ends can gradually pull upwards, which can later lead to thin, dry and fragile hair in lengths. For full and healthy hair, you should, at best, go to the hairdresser every 3 months.
Tip 4: The right shampoo and the right care
Find shampoos and conditioners that suit your hair type and problem. You should always wash out shampoos well, as product residues make your hair difficult and inflexible. Hair care is important because it seals the top layer of hair that has been roughened by washing, making the hair silky. Alternatively, you can use natural care products such as lemon juice or argan oil.
Tip 5: Avoid heat and chemicals
The most difficult but most helpful tip. If you want your hair to look beautiful for as long as possible, you should avoid heat as much as possible, as it dries out and makes it brittle. Let your hair air dry if you stay home for several hours. Think about alternatives that do not require heat, such as wet braided hairstyles that turn into natural beach waves after a night of drying. You should also avoid hair color, especially bleaching.