Trim, Trim, Trim
Getting a haircut should not feel like the end of the world, but whether you like it or not, a trim every 6-8 weeks is really good for your hair. Getting regular trims keep your tips looking healthy and prevent split ends from spreading and damaging more hair, which could cause you to chop off even more hair down the road…

Wash Your Hair Less
Your scalp produces a natural oil called sebum. Don’t worry, it’s not bad for your hair, but the more you shampoo your hair, the faster the oils will return, making it look greasy between washes. What are you to do? It’s good for your hair and especially your scalp to wash less, and it will learn to manage those oils accordingly.

Change Up Your Style
How many different hair styles do you wear in one week? If the answer is one or two, you should consider changing up your style more often. The longer you wear your hair one specific way, the more you weigh it down, leading to breakage. Try switching parts, wearing it up, braids, and hair accessories like clips, headbands and scrunchies.

Always Use Protection Against Heat
If you like to use your hair dryer, straightener or curling iron often, it’s time for some proper protection. A heat guard spray, or a shampoo and conditioner filled with argan oil, will help fight against thermal damage. The best protection of all, is to limit your use of heat styling tools to once a week.

Grab All-Natural Hair Care Products
Conventional hair care products are filled with synthetic chemicals and plastics, that trick your hair into looking good while causing severe damage. Switch to an all-natural bottle of shampoo and conditioner, to ensure your hair is being gently cleansed of any natural and unnatural build up and nourished with the right vitamins and minerals.

Sleep The Right Way
Your hair is at high risk of damage while you sleep, if you don’t look after it properly. Learning how to sleep on it the right way isn’t difficult. Pro tips: You should never go to sleep with wet hair, instead wear it up in a soft scrunchie or use a sleep cap, brush your hair before you sleep and swap your cotton pillowcase for a silk one.

Nourish Your Hair With Vitamins
Vitamins are a great way to help support healthy hair growth. They can be found naturally in all sorts of foods, but you can find them in shampoos and conditioners. Filled with natural biotin, jojoba oil and silk-amino acids, an awapuhi biotin shampoo gently nourishes hair, increasing elasticity and strength. Awapuhi biotin shampoo tackles dryness, breakage, damage and hair loss. Consider it food for your hair!

Cleanse Hair and Scalp Regularly
For the best hair and scalp cleanse, grab a bottle of sweet orange vanilla shampoo. This sulfate-free, gluten free shampoo will moisturize brittle hair while gently lift and removing dirt build up from the scalp. It’s soft enough for all hair types, and the anti-inflammatory properties will even sooth the scalp.

Author's Bio: 

This article is penned by Ally for Aquableu. Aquableu brings a wide range of shampoo and conditioners to work on any kind of hair problems.