When it’s humid, your hair naturally attracts moisture from the air. This can cause your strands to swell and become frizzy. Additionally, touching or brushing curly hair creates friction, making frizziness worse.

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How often do you wash your hair?

What do you currently use to wash your hair?

If you’re looking for less frizz and more shine, try rinsing your hair in cold water. Just like how it helps close pores, cold water helps close the cuticle and seal in the moisture from your conditioner.

What do you currently use to condition your hair?

What do you currently use as a leave-in conditioner or daily moisturizer?

It’s natural to lose around 100-150 strands a day. You may notice even more when you detangle. Don’t worry: some natural shedding may not fall out until you actually detangle. You can identify naturally shed hair by the white bulbs found on the end of their strands. If you don’t see these bulbs, that could signal you’re experiencing breakage.

What do you use to detangle your hair?

Sleeping on a satin pillowcase is perfect for your extensions. It creates less friction than cotton or linen, extending the life of your style.

Sleeping on a satin pillowcase creates less friction than cotton or linen, protecting your hair from breakage.

Do you wear any of the following protective styles?

How often do you change your weave/extensions?

How do you style your hair most often?

Most irons can reach 450°F, so be sure your hair is 100% dry before straightening or curling your hair. If you hear sizzling or see steam, you’re definitely damaging your hair shafts.

How often do you heat style your hair?

Do you use any of the following chemical processes on your hair?

Which styling products do you currently use?

How often do you use gel?

How often do you use curl creme?

How often do you use gel cream?

How often do you use mousse?

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How often do you use oil?

How often do you use pomade?

How often do you use heat protectant?

How often do you use volumizing spray?

How often do you use dry shampoo?

How often do you use holding spray?

How thick is an individual strand of your hair?

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How can you tell? If you take a single strand in between your fingers and you don’t feel anything, then you have fine hair. If you can feel the hair, then it’s medium. If you feel a strong, thick strand, you have coarse hair.

You may be noticing your hair looks fuller. During pregnancy, higher levels of estrogen prolong your hair’s growth phase and slow its resting phase, resulting in less shedding and thicker hair.

You’ve probably noticed more shedding than you did during your pregnancy. Don’t worry, it’s just hormonal. After giving birth, your estrogen levels are rebalancing to pre-baby levels, normalizing your hair’s cycle of growth and rest.

Are you pregnant or nursing?

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Hormone levels can affect hair growth and texture when you’re pregnant or nursing. Knowing more about your current state helps us pair the best product and recommendations with your particular needs.

There’s no magic pill to get your hair to grow faster, but exercise is a great way to kickstart consistent hair growth. So don’t be afraid to sweat out your style. We’ve got your back.

How often do you exercise?

Hair has a tendency to absorb chlorine and salt, both of which can strip your hair of its natural oils, which can cause breakage and split ends.
Tip: Wet your hair with clean water before swimming so it “gets full” and can’t absorb pool or ocean water.
For extra hydration, smooth some conditioner onto your strands before swimming as well. In addition, a silicone, not latex, cap works best to protect your strands.

How often do you swim?

Do you experience any of these issues?