9 Tips for Growing Out Nape Hair

What is nape hair?
The hair that is closest to the back of the neck. 

Why is nape hair growth an issue for so many women?
Many women have short or broken nape hair due to chemical damage, heat damage, mechanical damage from styling and just not getting the proper nourishment back there.

How can I repair my short or broken nape hair?

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Tips for Stopping Nape Breakage- Natural Hair Care

Don’t brush or comb

I have seen the healthiest and longest napes on women who use no styling tools at all. This is probably due to the fact that the tools we use to smooth out our hairlines and detangle can create unnecessary stress on nape hair that is usually finer and weaker than the rest of our hair.

For detangling, use nature's gentlest and best detangler — your hands. Also, when trying to lay down your edges for styles like ponytails and buns, use your hands to apply gel to your hairline and smooth it out. Then grab your satin or silk scarf and use it to wrap your hair. The gentleness of your hands will prevent breakage, while the hair tie will help your hair to dry nice and smooth.

Be mindful of your clothes

Your nape is the area of your hair most susceptible to damage from your clothes. The fibers your clothes are made out of can easily trap your nape hair, and every time you move your head, your strands can be pulled and tugged, which will eventually break them.

Preventing this damage is very easy. All it requires is being mindful of the clothes you wear. Try to avoid cowl neck tops, turtlenecks and shirts that rub against your nape. Also, if you wear decorative scarves, avoid thick wooly ones that easily trap hair.

Avoid heat

Turn down the heat when flat ironing or blowdrying your nape.

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