Whatever you do, do not pluck! Sure, when it’s just a stray strand or two, grabbing the tweezers can feel super tempting – but you may live to regret the shortcut. Plucking can damage the hair follicle and the strand may never grow back – and as you age and your hair naturally thins, you’ll need every strand of hair you can get. Grey hair is perfectly good hair – it just needs pigment
I'f you colour your hair try to use a sulphate free shampoo as it doesnt have harsh detergants that can fade your colour.
PROTECT YOUR HAIR
You've heard it over and over again, but for good reason. "Heat protectant spray is important to prevent damage to the hair shaft. It will help the shaft maintain moisture and prevent excess breakage by coating and moisturising your strands." Spritz it on damp or dry hair from around six inches away right before you begin heat styling with a blow dryer, curling tongs or straighteners. Make sure it coats each section that is going to be exposed to heat, but not so much that your hair is sopping wet again. A light spray will do the trick.