Your hair is your crowning glory, and as much as you want to keep it healthy and shiny, there are several factors that may cause them to weaken such as the weather, pollution, and overuse of chemicals. If you want to maintain your luscious locks, you must be willing to change a few things in your beauty routine:

1. Get your hair trimmed regularly.
To avoid frizz and split ends, make sure you visit your favorite salon every six to eight weeks for a trim.

2. Eat healthy.
Another way to preserve a healthy mane is to consume the right food. Wilma Bergfeld, MD, a dermatologist at the Cleveland Clinic recommends you to eat foods rich in iron and zinc since they help hair follicles grow. You could also consume food rich in protein since the lack of it can cause your hair to become weak, brittle, and dry.

3. Switch up your hairstyle.
With the unpredictable weather outside, you can’t help but tie and untie your hair–but you have to be careful when it comes to tightly tying your hair into a ponytail or bun because it can be damaging to your strands. There are many styles you can try to keep your hair away from your face like a messy bun or a cute fishtail braid.

4. Limit your chemical and heat use.
Coloring, bleaching, and straightening your hair way too often can weaken your tresses. And although you want to look good every morning with blow dried hair, experts recommend you lessen your usage of heating products. It’s also suggested you avoid blow-drying your hair while it’s wet since it can cause breakage.

5. Go organic.
When in doubt, keep things as natural as possible. There are a lot of organic brands that cater to different hair types, so find one you can rely on.

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