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How To Protect Your Natural Tresses From Heat Damage


Hot tools are a woman's go to necessity if you want a

runway-worthy blow-out or cascading curls. But, too much heat—without the proper precautions—can cause dryness, dullness, split ends, and even breakage. Before breaking up with your hot tools altogether, consider following the tips below! We’re sharing ways to protect your natural tresses from the heat to help it look fabulous.

1) Hydrate! Hydrate! Hydrate!

Excessive heat styling causes dehydration. whether its from the suns UV rays, blow dryers or flat irons , can dry out your strands causing it to become dry, brittle and dull looking, to combat the drying effects make sure you are replenishing your hair with products that hydrates the hair like J'Noir Intense Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner

2) Protect Your Tresses

When it comes to blow drying, flat ironing and wand curling on unprotected hair is a big NO NO. Before using any hot tool make sure you use a heat protectant all throughout the hair. Heat protectant are a barrier that coats the hair strands which helps prevent moisture loss and also leaves the hair shiny and soft.

3) Give your hair a heat styling break.

Heat styling every day can cause traumatic stress on the hair. Its always good to give your hair a break from the heat and find other alternatives for styling. Instead of reaching for that blow dryer next time how about Using a leave-in conditioner through your damp hair and allow to air dry like J'Noir Nourishing Hydrating Leave-In.

4) Use Low Heat

We love to use that high heat to blow our tresses out fast and straight, but that's not always the case.You can still get the same results on a lower setting with the same speed which is actually better for the hair. Flatirons, curling irons and curling wands can be used on a medium setting to get the job done.

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