1. Use the right hairbrush.
There different hair types and textures. Using the right hair tools for your hair will prevent breakage and help your mane behave.

Goody ThickFix Deep Detangling Brush, P1,199.75

Goody is available at department stores.

2. Stay away from heated styling tools as much as possible.
We know that you love blowouts and fabulous curls, but succumbing your follicles to heat-styling on a daily basis will make them weak and brittle. Try this cool way of air-drying or this heatless curling method instead.

3. Use the right type of hair care products.
If you are curly, you can bring out the bounce of your natural twirls by embracing products that are made for curly hair. Also, when you've got colored hair, you have to use color-freezing products to preserve your dye job.

Kérastase Elixir Ultime for Colour Radiance, P2,400
Kérastase is available at salons.

4. Apply the right amount of hair product.
It's not enough that you use the best ones especially made for your locks. Knowing how much product you really need to use is key, too! Here's a complete guide on how much product you really need.


5. Loosen up your ponytail.
When the elastic band is wrapped around your hair tightly, it can cause hair bends and breakage. Refrain from putting your hair up in super stretched 'dos on a daily basis to give your strands a break.

6. Make it smell good all day.
Mabango hair is always a winner! A hair mist with conditioning abilities will save your hair from smelling like ulam or smoke!

Human Nature Conditioning Mist, P249.75
Human Nature is available at Beauty Bar and Rustan's branches.

7. Get a healthy trim regularly or be open to new hairstyles!
The ends of your strands are the driest parts because they're far from the scalp, your hair's source of nourishment. Snipping it regularly will ensure that you won't have walis-like tips. Alternatively, you can opt to be open to hair makeovers. After all, it's just hair—it can grow back!


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