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Styling and Dying Your Virgin Hair
Trim your virgin hair regularly. The best way to get rid of split ends is to do it yourself. Take some hair shears and attack the split ends about 1⁄4 inch (0.6 cm) above the splitting. Many women with perfect virgin hair never have split ends because they make it a priority to get their hair trimmed, or trim it themselves, every 6-8 weeks.
Style your virgin hair naturally, minimizing styling damage. Styling by itself won't overly damage your virgin hair, but repeated styling multiple times per week put some serious strain on hair.
• Avoid perming, crimping, straightening, curling, and bleaching or repeatedly coloring hair if at all possible. So you want to go out on Saturday night and need your hair straightened. That's fine. Just make it an occasional treat, not a permanent thing.
• Don't use rubber bands to pull back or otherwise style hair. Rubber bands will encourage your hair to get snagged, ripping it out of the follicle.
• Try not to use hair styles that tightly pin or pull the virgin hair back. Styles such as cornrows or tight ponytails can cause damage at the roots, or put stress on the follicles.
• Instead, experiment with up-dos: a simple ponytail or chignon looks clean and requires very few hair products. You could also just keep your virgin hair down and wear a headband.
Treat or dye your virgin hair sparingly, if at all. Dyeing and treating your virgin hair can take a lot out of it. People who opt for au natural often don't experience the same problem with dry, damaged, or over-processed hair.
• If you do dye your hair, try it every once in a while. Take a break from dyeing and give your virgin hair a little breather. It should respond favorably.