9 Questions To Ask Yourself If Your Natural Hair Is Suffering From Breakage

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A cold urban winter evening

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On the flip side, wearing your hair out too often can also lead to damaged ends. I’m 100% guilty of this. When you wear your hair in a natural wash and go state or even in a twist out or braid out, it’s free from manipulation. However, if your hair is shoulder length or longer your ends will constantly rub up against your clothing. If the fabric you wear is too rough it may snag and pull at your ends, causing all kinds of damage. This is a huge threat particularly in the colder months when our shoulders are draped in heavy wool coats and sweaters, or when our necks are covered with huge scarves. These kinds of clothing aren’t the kindest on our hair and so it’s good to find a balance between wearing your hair free and keeping it up and out of the way.

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