What are the everyday bad habits leading to thin hair

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What are the everyday bad habits leading to thin hair

Nowadays people often complain about the problem of thin hair. When people have the problem of dandruff and hair fall, it leads to the problem of thin hair. The thin hair are not only weird to look at, you can not make any hairstyle using them. This happens because to make a trendy hairstyle you need thick and dense hair. The thin hair also looks really dull and lifeless. If you want to change the look of your hair in the best possible way you need to let go of few bad habits. After all, the health of your hair is in your hands only. (Also read: How to add volume to your hair instantly)

Combing your wet hair
Your wet hair is more prone to hair loss in comparison to the dry hair. Constant hair damage means thinner hair. To avoid this problem wait until your hair is dry, and then comb.

Not washing your hair for long
Often people lack the time to wash their hair on a regular basis. As a result, they use the dry shampoo. The dry shampoo is not fit for a regular usage, it leads to dandruff problem and closes the pores on the scalp. This stops the hair growth, leading to thin hair.  (Also read: How to get the perfect curls at home)

Tying hair tightly
If you make a real tight ponytail or any other hairstyle, it puts excessive pressure on the hair. Your hair turns weak due to this and starts breaking. So, to avoid this problem tie your hair in a gentle way.

Hair styling tools
All the hair styling tools use heat as a medium to style the hair. This leads to hair damage as it ruins the protein and cuticles of the hair. The lack of moisture and damage causes the problem of hair thinning.

Not trimming your hair
If you don’t trim your hair properly, it stuns the hair growth. Trimming helps to get rid of the uneven hair strands and split ends. So, always trim your hair every three months. (Also read: How often should you shampoo your hair)

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