Hair is not just meant to be worn as it is anymore. With the development of the fashion industry, the traditions and stereotypes that surrounded hair were repeatedly tested and then finally broken. With the arrival of social media, the fashion industry spread out even faster and now, in every single corner of the world, you will be able to see trends that started somewhere else when it comes to fashion. Hair is one component of fashion that is now highly versatile. While it is great to try out new looks and have fun with your hair, it is also important to remember how to look after it so that it does not get damaged. Frizzy, brittle and dull hair will not look good no matter what you do, so here are some helpful tips.Aftercare is always a mustSupposing you get a rebonding, perming, relaxing or hair colouring done, the aftercare tips given by your hairdresser must be carried out as best as possible. These tips are given so that your hair will not get damaged and so that you can enjoy your new hairstyle at its best for a long time. Get regular deep conditioning treatments, bio oil 200ml treatments, keratin massages and the likes to nourish your hair that has just been subjected to harsh chemicals, from within. You can also use packs made at home like egg and avocado to keep your hair healthy. To bleach or not to bleachThose bright coloured pixie girl hairstyles sure look so attractive and edgy but did you know what it does to your hair to have it bleached down to a white blonde? Unless you are a natural blonde, in which case your hair will not need much bleaching, anybody with dark hair should try to avoid bleaching as much as possible. It weakens, dries and changes the structure of your hair leaving it brittle and unmanageable. Instead, if you have dark hair go for something like rosewood violet shades that will still show well even if it is directly put on dark hair. Go to salons with credibilityDo not just go to a salon for a chemical treatment or hair colour or cut because the price is low. Look around for reviews and go to a hairdresser who actually knows what looks best on you and how to do it without damaging the roots of your hair. No chemical treatment should touch the hair root or it will be severely damaged. You also should not be taking a hair cut from a hairdresser who is unsure of what would work well. Go to somebody skilled. This is your body, respect it.