How bad are heat tools for your hair?
Hair brushes: Yes, hair brushes can be extremely damaging to your hair, especially if you use them on wet hair.
Crimpers: Thank god these have gone out of style.
Wet to dry hair irons: Hair is at its weakest when it is wet.
The relationship between heat tools and your hair can quickly become a toxic one. Though your daily styling routine might give you dreamy lengths, too much heat can ultimately do a lot more harm than good to your overall hair health. Too much heat on the hair causes breakage constantly heating and cooling will weaken the hair, leading it to break.
What happens when you stop heat styling your hair
For one day- to be honest nothing much. After only a day of not using heat instruments to style the hair, it will be in the condition that your hair is which is dehydrated, fragile, dull, and lifeless.
For a week - After letting your hair air dry for a week, your scalp's natural oils will start to regenerate, which will eventually make their way down the strand acting as something of a natural conditioner. During this time, you should be integrating more moisturizing products into your routine.
For a month - you will notice an incredible, stronger change in your hair. recovered the hydration, the natural oils of your hair and would have strengthened the protective layer of the hair. This will improve the quality, texture, and density of your hair, and your curls and waves will become more defined.
For ever - The longer you take a break from your styling tools, the more you'll start to see the texture your hair start to change.