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Always be extremely gentle when handling your hair

December 17, 2011 -- Urban Salon Finder

Whenever you wash, style, or touch your hair, always be extremely gentle.  Tugging, pulling, combing, brushing, or washing the hair roughly or rigorously can cause split-ends as well as damage to the scalp, so treat your hair as though it were fine antique lace.  If your scalp feels any kind of discomfort or tension, you are probably causing some kind of damage to your hair follicles.  The best thing that you can do for your hair is to practice using a more patient, soft, and sensitive touch every day.

Safest hair style for sleeping

October 26, 2011 -- Urban Salon Finder

The best way to prevent your hair from snagging on something (which can cause tangles and split-ends) while you sleep is by piling it on the top of your head in a loose bun or ponytail and then sleeping on a satin pillowcase.  For even more protection, you can wrap your hair with a satin or silk scarf.

Treat your hair to a seamless comb and reduce breakage

January 15, 2013 -- Urban Salon Finder

The average comb has a seam on both sides of each tooth.  These seams, if uneven or jagged, can snag, rip, split or tear your hair while combing.  Seamless combs, which are usually made from bone, 100% organic resin, wood, or hard rubber, glide through your hair gently and smoothly, reducing breakage and shedding.  Seamless combs are a healthier and safer choice for all types of hair, especially kinky curly.  Treat your hair to a seamless comb today--you'll be amazed by the results.

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