It’s one thing to get inspired by the celebrities on screen and another to try out their hairstyle over a long period of time. Hairstyles that look glamorous and make an impact can sometimes damage the hair too says Vaishakhi Haria (https://www.instagram.com/vaishakhi_haria/) celebrity hair stylist and director at Splash The Salon and Mantastic Barbers and also the artistic ambassador at L’Oréal Professionnel who has spent 12 years in the industry and has styled stars for shows, movies, ads and magazine editorials. “No matter how good the celebs look in those hairstyles, there’s another side of the story too,” she adds. And if you are a beauty junkie and enthusiastically cop the hairstyles seen on your favourite stars, then Vaishakhi lists the top five hairdos that can damage your hair.
Wearing tight ponytails regularly can severely affect your hairline. Tight ponytails pull the hair backwards and cause a receding hairline from the front. If you have thick hair it can cause headaches too.Excessive heat styling
Your curlers & straighteners are good for use once in a while, but excessive usage rips off all the natural oils & moisture from the hair. This can lead to frizzy, dehydrated & dry hair. It is essential to get your salon protein treatments from time to time to keep the hair hydrated & prevent damage
Years & years of keeping the same parting can cause the hair to recede from there. The hair naturally starts splitting from there no matter what you do. It is recommended that you keep changing your partings every now & then to avoid being stuck with one.
Wet hair looks
Hair is at its weakest when it is damp. Regularly tying up the hair when they are wet, doing wet-look buns, wet-look ponytails or just tying them up right after a shower can cause breakage in the hair.
I have noticed in the past few years, a lot of women have started investing in hair extensions. While it looks glamorous To wear them, keeping them on for long hours creates pressure on the roots & scalp due to its weight & pulls the natural hair. If your hair is fine or brittle, it can break due to the weight of the extensions.