My hair is non-dyed, fine texture, wavy and oily. I use a blow drier often, but I use heat protection spray with silicone. I also use hair masks on the ends 3 times per week, and hair oil often. I try to get them longer, but I get split ends around every 2 months, then I have to trim them.
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I would say to avoid every possible thing that's bad for your hair and to try every good thing that will benefit your hair. It's good that you use masks and trim every two months, keep doing it. Where you went wrong here, is often using the blow dryer and using a silicone based product. If I were you I would avoid these two. Let your hair air dry and only use sulfate free products. There is this important rule to be gentle with the hair when it's wet. When it's wet don't brush it and don't rub it with a towel. Speaking of towel, the fibers found on a regular towel are a bit damaging, so a waffle luxe towel by Aquis is a far better replacement. It is an enhanced alternative with ultra fine fiber channels that dries the hair gently with no heat needed. Just like your towel, replace your pillowcase as well. Silk pillowcases are said to be better for the hair as they keep it hydrated. Last but not least, don't neglect a good diet. The common 10 foods that are healthy for the hair are: walnuts, salmon, spinach, eggs, sweet potatoes, lentils, almonds, cabbage, soybeans, and almonds.1
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