Tying your hair back with an elastic while you sleep is actually more harmful than day-to-day updo's. When your hair is pulled tight as you're tossing and turning on it, you're adding even more pressure the roots and follicle, breaking strands off by the hundreds in your slumber. Sleep with your hair down, or a banana clip if you absolutely must keep it off your face while you snooze, but definitely ditch the hair tie in the wee hours.
Real rubber bands are the biggest culprit (we've all been there), but elastics with metal fastenings on it are notorious for ripping out locks every time you take your hair out. We shunned the scrunchie, but a comeback could be the best thing for our hair. Party like it's 1999.
After product buildup, daily heat applications, and general wear and tear, if you're not deep conditioning at least once a week, you're doing a serious disservice to your mane. Twice a week, apply the weightless REPAIR YOU from roots to ends to restore shine and health.
The need for Dry Shampoo is on the rise as scientists are discovering the harmful effects of washing every day. By now, you've probably heard that washing your locks every day strips strands of their natural oils, making them look lackluster and generally blah. Revive second (and third day, if you can) hair with KEEP YOU, our much-loved dry shampoo. It's the only one on the market that doesn't smell like a dry shampoo- so lather up without fear of elevators, cubicles, or first dates. We've got you covered.
Hair is at its absolute weakest when it's sopping wet. Wet hair that is pulled by a bristled brush will overstretch the hair shaft and lead to serious breakage. Post-shower, wait until hair is almost dry, and apply BLNDN SAVE YOU Balancing Cream. Brush through with a wide-tooth comb.
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