reducing heat damage

Top Tips for Reducing Heat Damage

Here's how to beat the heat damage!

Heat damage is the enemy to many women with naturally wavy or curly hair. Straight hair types usually just suffer from dry and brittle strands from excessive use of heat damage. Wavy and curly hair types have to sacrifice the definition of their natural curl pattern.

There are ways in which you can prevent heat damage. Read on below to find out our top tips:

Tips for Reducing Heat Damage

1. Don’t use heat appliances.

Using heat on your hair isn’t a necessity. If you can go without using heat on your hair, you can use alternative drying methods to help you out. Instead of using a blowdryer you can air-dry your hair. When it comes to reducing heat damage, this is one of the most effective ways to do so.

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Cut down on the amount of times you apply heat on your hair.

2. Limit the amount of heat used on your hair.

If you must apply heat on your hair, opt for only creating heat styles for special occasions. It doesn’t hurt to use heat ever so often. When you do, stick to the best practices of using heat styling tools on your hair such as using a heat styling tool that allows you to control the heat settings.

3. Use heat protectants.

We don’t advise to ever go without using a heat protectant on your hair. There are so many different protectants you can use on your hair based on the look you’re after. For example, if you want sleek and shiny hair, use Dove Style + Care Smooth and Shine Heat Protection Spray.

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