How do I get healthy hair?

Would you believe this is one of the most Googled questions amongst females? "How do I get healthy hair?"
A fair question, considering there are so many ways to damage your hair in this day and age.
healthy hair
There are plenty of ways to skin a cat, however.
It depends on climate, your hair type, your lifestyle, how you keep your hair healthy. But we have generalised some basic and super easy tips to get your healthy hair journey started.
For specific hair care conditions, see the following related articles:
Otherwise, strap in, here we go:
Wash your hair less often
Over-washing can strip your hair of its natural oils, making it dry and brittle. Aim to wash your hair every other day, or even less often if you have dry hair - once or twice per week is optimal.
Use a gentle shampoo and conditioner 
Look for products that are sulfate-free and paraben-free.
These ingredients can be harsh on your hair and scalp.
Condition your hair regularly. Conditioner helps to hydrate your hair and make it more manageable.
Apply conditioner to the ends of your hair and leave it in for a few minutes before rinsing it out.
A few shampoo & conditioner duo suggestions:
Use heat protectant when styling your hair
Heat can damage your hair, so it's important to use a heat protectant when you're using hot tools.
A few heat protectant suggestions:
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Get regular trims 
Split ends can make your hair look dry and unhealthy.
Get a trim every 6-8 weeks to remove split ends and keep your hair looking its best.

Avoid using harsh chemicals on your hair, such as bleach or hair dye
These chemicals can damage your hair and make it more prone to breakage.
If you do use chemicals on your hair, we'd recommend using:
Be gentle with your hair when you're brushing or combing it
Don't brush your hair when it's wet, as this can cause breakage. Unless you're using a wet brush like the Tangle Teezer Wet Detangler.
wet detangler

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