10-14-2012, 10:14 PM
Join Date: Sep 2011
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But what exactly is your question? The best things to do to avoid any further damage are to not make your ponytail too tight, and don't keep it in all day. Try to take it down at night, to give your hair a break, and try to switch up styles every now and then. Frequent ponytail-ing (not a word, lol!) can really put stress on the hair. Can you do buns and braids? These are perfect for any occasion, even exercising!
Another option is to make sure that the ponytail holder you are using doesn't have a little metal clip on it, which can snag the hair and possible rip it, resulting in breakage. I don't know what the Goody ones look like, but if they don't have the metal clips on them, then you're good to go! This, and just keeping your hair healthy should stop and possibly prevent any further damage! Hope I helped!
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My hair has a mix of low/med/high porosity, and it's medium textured (some are still fine, though!)
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