If you can, try not to blow dry your hair too often and do not color your hair frequently. Both of these can cause your hair to dry out, damaging it in the process. If these products have already dried your hair out, you can use coconut oil twice a week to add moisture.
If you need to save money, you can cut your hair yourself. The best way to do it is to wash it, brush it and divide it into seven sections. Use a pair of sharp scissors to cut one section at a time. Working with sections allows you to create layers and to keep things well-balanced.
Check the labels on your hair care products. Make sure the products are right for your hair type. Nearly all hair care products are labeled specifically for dry, medium or oily hair. Using the wrong product can dry out your hair or leave it looking greasy. The labels are there for a reason.
Keep changing your hair. Too many people keep the same hair style for years and miss out on a lot of opportunities to attract attention by changing their hair. Perhaps you could go get a hair cut regularly or use new accessories and try different styles every week to keep things interesting. You may think it counter-intuitive, but your hair is the most delicate when it is wet. Avoid brushing and combing your hair until it has dried fully. Otherwise, your hair will look frizzy, dull, and angry. Furthermore, you risk extensive damage and breakage when brushing your hair while it is wet.