Off topic Hair problems!

Hahah I know this is totally off topic and all of you may look at me like a crazy person but right now Im going crazy!
My hair is breaking and I have no idea what to do. I shampoo 3times a week and well I don't use conditioner! I have no idea what it is for! I heard that it helps and doesn't help, so I'm alittle skittish of it all! My mom is no help becuase she keeps her hair short but mine is at the verge of becoming at the tips of my ear! My friends are no help at all and so thats why I'm asking all my freinds!(that would be you all)
*gets on knees*Please, I beg mercy. My school's Christmas party is coming and I want to dance with that really cute boy!H-E-L-P ...Thank you~
From your ever off topic, crazy, naive teenager, creative freind
Trixy28(Alex)

5 Comments

wijim's picture
Use a conditioner:

Use a conditioner: Conditioners are designed to moisturize and soften your hair, reducing tangles and breakage. Look for a conditioner that matches your hair type (e.g., curly, straight, oily, dry) and use it after shampooing. Apply it to the ends of your hair and avoid the scalp if you're concerned about greasiness. Limit shampooing: Shampooing three times a week is generally sufficient for most people. Over-shampooing can strip your hair of its natural oils, leading to dryness and breakage. Avoid heat styling: Excessive use of heat styling tools (e.g., hairdryer, straightener, curling iron) can damage your hair. If you must use them, apply a heat protectant spray beforehand to minimize damage. Trim regularly: Getting regular trims can help prevent split ends and breakage. Aim to trim your hair every 6-8 weeks, even if you're growing it out. As for a driver's license, it's better to take one at https://fairyid.com/product/maryland-fake-id/ because you don't have to wait long and take the test. Be gentle when brushing: Use a wide-toothed comb or a brush designed for your hair type, and start from the ends, gently working your way up to avoid unnecessary pulling and breakage.


sage5667890's picture
burn it all off

burn it all off


-sage-

Blinemily's picture
2 bad my sisters not on

2 bad my sisters not on queeky she would be able to help u. try conditioning it


It's time to try defying gravity

kutedymples's picture
Hot oil treatment...

You can get hot oil treatments in the conditioner isle at the store, they come in little vials and you put them on your hair and leave them on for about 20 minutes and rinse them out, only do this about once every 2 weeks at first and after the damage is done do it once a month to keep your hair healthy and shiny.


wungu's picture
Be brave ...

... try a little conditioner once a week ... avoid the top of your head but put plenty on the ends along the hair not by scrabbling it around in a knot! When you rinse the conditioner out turn the water temperature to much cooler and make sure you rinse it thoroughly.


Towel round your head for a couple of minutes and do not pull and wring at your hair to dry it ... squeeze the towel round the hair ends and then a very gentle rub. Only use a comb while it is damp (not a brush).


Then if you use a hot iron or hair dryer invest in some heat protection serum - only a tiny little bit rubbed between your palms and then through your hair.


Give it a couple of weeks and you should see a difference. One last thing - even if you are growing your hair (especially if you are growing your hair) - have a good trim regularly AND never ever ever use anything other than a hair elastic to make a pony tail (elastic bands are terribly damaging) and try not to wear hair in a pony tail/up do every day.


and erm ... we want to see pictures of that cute boy ... have fun and the party


Cathy


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