Has your hair been looking less than healthy lately? Do you spy falling strands in the morning and split ends at night? We had a quick chat with Jing Monis’s Velvet lead stylist Ariel Abanag at Maxims, and found the answers that may help you with your hair dilemma.

1. Spook those split ends.
Yes, you’re trying to grow your hair out, but trimming it an inch or so every two months won’t set you too far back off your goal length. Besides, it’s the only way you can get rid of those pesky split ends.

2. Get treated.
Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it. Hair treatments might seem like something only a high-maintenance girl would do, but they actually serve a greater purpose. Some treatments help deal with dandruff problems while others revive your lifeless locks. Can’t afford to go to the salon regularly? Concoct your own treatment instead.

3. Take cover.
Heat can inflict damage to your hair. Try not to set the shower to too hot when you’re rinsing out your hair and avoid exposing it for too long under the sun. If you have to blow-dry your hair, put on protective serum first.

4. Clean hair is best.
When it comes to hair care, you can’t go wrong with sticking to the basics. Shampoo your hair every day. You might get away with not washing your hair for days in other countries, but not here where it’s hot and polluted.

5. Stop falling hair.
It’s normal to have falling hair, but excessive fallout may mean that you’re too stressed at work, so make sure you schedule some “me” time for yourself this week. It may also mean that your hair has become too heavy—a haircut may be in order.

(Photo by Eric Castro via Flickr Creative Commons)

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