5 Ways to Repair Heat Damaged Natural Hair
We love our hair, but we also always want what’s on the other side of the fence. Women with straight hair will use rollers and curling irons, and women with curly and coily hair will use chemicals or heat to straighten their hair. It’s one thing to want to switch your texture up, but quite another to do it frequently and safely, without affecting your hair’s health in the long term. Too much high heat can leave your hair fried and crispy, without a curl pattern to call its own. Don’t let that be you! Here are 5 ways to protect and repair heat damaged hair, and bring your naturally healthy hair back to life.