Grow long, healthy hair by trimming your hair regularly and using high-quality products. Choose shampoos and conditioners that contain avocado oil or shea butter to reduce brittle hair and breakage.
Haircuts at regular intervals of 6 to 8 weeks prevent split ends and improve the quality of your hair. Ammonia-free hair colors limit the damage that chemicals cause to your hair. Semi-permanent and single permanent processes are better coloring options than highlighting your hair, as they cause less damage.
Wash color-treated hair with products specifically meant for this type of hair, such as a keratin-based product, to make your hair strong and to prevent dry hair. Apply a hair mask once a week to nourish your hair.
Excessive sun exposure is damaging to your hair, so use a UV shield spray to protect it from sun damage. After a day at the beach, wash salt water and chlorine out of your hair immediately. To promote new hair growth, massage your scalp with a scalp brush or your fingertips for 2 minutes before showering. Detangle your hair with a wide-tooth comb, and use heat-shielding products before styling. Include eggs, salmon, oysters, walnuts, sweet potatoes, spinach, lentils and Greek yogurt in your daily diet to make your hair lustrous, strong and healthy.