4. Tie your hair up loosely at night
If you have long hair, tie it into a very loose pony tail and position it up above your head so it hangs over the top of the pillow. Try not to sleep on your hair.
Once you’ve found a good way of tying your hair up loosely and comfortably, use that method whenever you’re doing sport or your hair is subject to wind and rain (remember, hair is more susceptible to damage when it’s wet). Every time your hair is subjected to harsh conditions it is more likely to lose protein, break and split. Try to protect your hair. Tie it up, wear a scarf and use quality hair protection products like the Miessence product pictured above.
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