Straight hair can be a blessing and a curse. Yes, you’ve been genetically handed the type of hair 95 percent of girls covet, but according to NYC hairstylist Adam Maclay, “Straight hair tends to break easier than a curly or medium texture hair type.” The key to managing it, he says, is to always be gentle. And avoid all of the following mistakes:
Putting Your Hair In A Ponytail While Wet
“Hair has 50 percent less elasticity when wet, so imagine your hair like a rubber band,” Maclay says. “If you stretch it and then let it dry while pulled tight… damage is going to inevitably occur.” Let your hair dry naturally and freely.
Brushing Your Hair While Wet
Same theory, same outcome. Running a heavy brush through your wet strands stretches them, resulting in breakage and frizzy ends. “Gently brush from ends to roots, working your way up in small sections to avoid over pulling your hair.”
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