These 3 Mistakes Could be Ruining Your Hair

Breakage, damage, split ends…you name it, I’ve dealt with it. I tried everything to get my hair healthy, and wasted so much money on fancy products with no results. As a last resort, I turned to TikTok and realized it could be my everyday habits that were ruining my hair. 

  1. Using generic shampoo and conditioner 

Did you know generic hair products use harsh, drying ingredients that can leave hair damaged and dull? Luckily, a girlfriend told me about Prose, a brand that creates clean haircare products made just for you. They have products for all hair types – Shampoo, Conditioner, Curl Cream, Dry Shampoo, and Pre-Shampoo Masks. 

I have NEVER seen results quite like this with any ordinary shampoo and conditioner. After just a few washes, my hair was the smoothest and shiniest it has ever been. My boyfriend even noticed after ONE wash! I mean, these before and after photos speak for themselves. 

Read more about my experience below. 

  1. Washing your hair every day 

I know, I know — your scalp gets oily easily. But the best way to keep your hair healthy is to wash it every few days, even as little as once a week if possible. Over time, your hair will stop over-producing oils and won’t get as oily between washes. Win-win!

  1. Tying your hair back too tight

Who doesn’t love throwing their hair up into a bun or ponytail after a long day? However, using tight elastics can tug on your hair, causing breakage galore. Opt for silk scrunchies instead for the same chic look without the damage. 

My full Prose experience: 

All I did was go online and take a quick consultation which asked me about my hair type, treatments, lifestyle, and hair goals. Then, my products were formulated based on all of the factors that could impact my hair health (even my zip code!). My personal formulas were delivered to my door (with my name on the bottles!) jam-packed with ingredients like argan oil, jojoba oil, and apple cider vinegar that helped to hydrate, nourish, and smooth my hair. Plus, the brand is cruelty-free and doesn’t use sulfates, parabens, GMOs, or phthalates. 

Try it here and let me know how it works for you in the comments below!

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