The basics for long healthy hair

Minimal heat and chemicals.

Moisture. Moisture. Moisture! Try baggying your hair at night with deep conditioners or your own concoction. And deep condition at least twice a month.

If you use heat or chemicals on your hair than do a protein treatment once or twice a month as well. If u don't use heat/chemicals than u can get away with doing it like 4 or 5 times a year.

If you notice split ends or single strand knots than trim those when necessary.

Protective styles help lessen split ends and dry hair. So try to keep your hair off your shoulders at least 2-3 times a week.

Supplements like MSM, garlic, biotin, and V vitamins help aide long hair growing as well.

Good luck (:

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Originally Posted by Livvydivvy96
Thank you SO Much! This is the most helpful response I've gotten so far. But I just have one other question, I don't straighten my hair often actually I've decided to stop using heat all together. So can I still do the protein treatments? I'm very interested in trying them however I've read some things that said some people hair that doesn't agree with the protein. How can I know?
Originally Posted by Blaurr
Yeah you can still do the protein treatments. Just start out light. Deep conditioners usually have some protein in them. Or you can make your own with egg, mayo, bananas, and oils. The aphogee leavein spray is good too. Or the infusium leavein

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