Tips For Short Hair Protecting short hair is a must! Just because your hair is in a short stage doesn’t mean that it can not become damaged, even if you aren’t applying chemicals like dyes or relaxers or using heat. When hair is left free and exposed to the elements it can become dried out and brittle which in return will cause breakage. Short hair can also form fairy knots which are small knots that are located on the ends or middle of the strands of your hair. These knots are most likely formed from wearing the hair out. When the strands of hair are joined closely together they begin to rub against one another forming knots. Removing these knots are almost impossible especially on short hair. Short hair must also be kept moist by using leave in moisturizers, hair butters, and oils. The proper way to keep your hair moist will be to use a creamy leave in moisturizer then follow up with a oil like coconut oil, jojoba oil, avocado oil, or any other oil you have to seal in the moisture previously applied. If you find that your hair is always dry no matter how much moisturizer or oil you use try using the baggy method. The baggy method is great for short brittle dry hair. Using a plastic bag or plastic cap will help to lock in the moisture and retain length.

 
Tips For Short Hair 

Protecting short hair is a must! Just because your hair is in a short stage doesn’t mean that it can not become damaged, even if you aren’t applying chemicals like dyes or relaxers or using heat. When hair is left free and exposed to the elements it can become dried out and brittle which in return will cause breakage. Short hair can also form fairy knots which are small knots that are located on the ends or middle of the strands of your hair. These knots are most likely formed from wearing the hair out. When the strands of hair are joined closely together they begin to rub against one another forming knots. Removing these knots are almost impossible especially on short hair. 

Short hair must also be kept moist by using leave in moisturizers, hair butters, and oils. The proper way to keep your hair moist will be to use a creamy leave in moisturizer then follow up with a oil like coconut oil, jojoba oil, avocado oil, or any other oil you have to seal in the moisture previously applied. If you find that your hair is always dry no matter how much moisturizer or oil you use try using the baggy method. The baggy method is great for short brittle dry hair. Using a plastic bag or plastic cap will help to lock in the moisture and retain length.
 
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