Yahoo!: How to Stop Hair Breakage, Once and For All
From split ends to fuzz around the hairline, breakage is a sign that hair needs a little--or a lot of-- TLC. Pretty much everyone has expereinced this hair concern at some point or another, so there are tons of products out there to help. We enlisted none other than celebrity hairstylist and NatureLab Tokyo brand ambassador Andrew Fitzsimons, go-to guy for the Kardashians, Adriana Lima, and other A-listers, to help explain what exactly causes hair breakage to occur, how to prevent it, and what to do when it inevitably happens.
“We may not realize it, but we put our hair through a lot of damage with everyday pollution, chemical treatments, and the use of hot tools,” explains Fitzsimons. “Lack of moisture and excessive sun exposure can also lead to breakage,” he adds. In other words: Some factors are unavoidable, but others are more under our control—at least to some extent. Of course, the longer hair is, the more likely it is to break or have split ends