Hair That Easily Breaks

Goodbye Hair-Breaker: 5 Solutions For A Hair That Easily Breaks

Hair breakage is one of the most common hair problems women are having these days. Can you imagine you’re just simple brushing your hair and before you know it, almost all of your hair ends are already frayed. What’s worse is the fact that the other part of your hair is much longer than the others, all thanks to hair breakage! When women encounter this type of problem, their first instinct would be to look for a hair product that can instantly repair their hair. Other times, they would be consulting the help of a stylist to assist them in bringing back life to their now “messed up” hair. I will tell you as early as now that no matter who stylist you consult or what product you will use, it will be no match for your hair dilemma.

Why is this so? For your information, hair fall is actually quite normal. On the other hand, hair breakage is not. This phenomenon occurs when the hair is already too damaged by wrong hair care techniques. Even before the growth cycle is complete, it already breaks off. In order to say goodbye to hair breakage, you must know how and why it happens.

-  Inadequate moisture and natural oils. Dry hair almost always results to hair breakage. You can say that a hair is dry when you hear some cracking noises when you comb it. The hair is moisturized and well maintained, thanks to the natural oils that our scalp are producing. When your hair is dry, that does not mean that your scalp has stop producing the needed oils. However, there are some factors that affects how slow the oils go down to your hair. Some factors include the type and texture of your hair, your hair care routine, the weather and your daily activities.

How to fight: Try to determine which of your daily activity promotes hair breakage and dryness. For example, you are a swimmer, the chlorine in the pool may be the cause of your hair dilemma. In order to repair it, try to protect your hair from chlorine during your laps.

-  Overstyling. As we have said before, the scalp produces oils that our hair needs. However, you are preventing such oils to do their jobs by overstyling your hair. Some of the tools used in styling our hair includes blow dryers, curling iron, straightening iron and others. What’s the common denominator of these tools? They produce and utilize heat. In turn, these tools fry and make your hair dry. Other process included in overstyling are the different hair treatments that you abuse.

How to fight: From time to time, try to ‘relax’ your hair and just let it be. For a few months, try to stay away from using your hair styling devices and go to salons only for hair moisturizing treatments. See how that can revitalize your hair!

- Stress. We all know that stress is already a part of our daily lives. Whatever you are stressed about– work, school or home– it will definitely show on your hair. Definitely, stress will not do any good for your hair, body or relationships.

How to fight: Try to stop sweating the small stuffs. I know this is not a hair care related tip but trust me, it can do wonders to your hair. We cannot prevent ourselves from being stressed. After all, this is a vital part of our lives. However, we can choose how to respond to it. When you are stressed out, try to still give your body not only the nutrition it needs, but the rest and relaxation as well.

-  Imbalanced diet. What you eat will show—that is one thing to remember. If you are eating unhealthy foods, then your skin, body and hair will surely show it!

How to fight: Avoid foods that are rich in sugar and sodium. Opt for foods that are rich in fiber, protein and vitamins.

About the Author:

Sarah del Rosario is a beauty and health blogger. Aside from writing, she is also fond of painting and DIY crafts. She currently partners with Hair Booth, one the the trusted online shops of Babyliss products.