1. Condition regularly. Even if you don’t want to shampoo your hair, at least do a co-wash. This will keep your strands clean, soft and moisturized.
2. Oil. When adding moisturizers to your hair try to focus on your ends. This is where splits usually begin due to loss of moisture. It is the furthest part of the strand away from the scalp where natural oils give nutrition to the hair follicles.
3. Protective style. We all want to wear our hair out and feel it blow in the wind, but sometimes we need to give our hair a break. The less exposure your hair has to the elements, your hands in your hair and your clothing the less likely it will break off from damage. Try a weave, braids or bun for example!
4. Avoid heat. Heat styling will do a number on your locks. If you must wear your hair straightened or curled, be sure to use a heat protectant spray and try not to style your hair while it is dirty!