Just like your skin, your hair also needs protection from harsh UVA and UVB rays. If you expose your hair to the sun for long periods of time, UVA and UVB rays can damage the hair cuticle (the outermost part of the hair shaft) and dehydrate your locks. Signs of sun damage include changes in the color, look, and texture of your hair. Damaged hair has a dry look, split ends, frizziness, thinning and brittle strands. Use shampoo which gives UV protection and gets your hair trimmed to get rid of split ends.
4. Tying Up Your Hair Tightly
When you tie up your hair too tightly, then the elastic exerts too much pressure, and the constant pulling can cause strands of your hair to break or even fall out, which, in the long, can damage your hair follicles. This can result in Traction Alopecia, which is a form of alopecia, or gradual hair loss, caused primarily by pulling pressure being applied to the hair. To avoid damage, pick hair ties that are covered with fabric and use bobby pins or hair clips when you need to get your hair out of your face.
5. Using Same Hair Products After Hair Treatment