Hair changing with age isn't uncommon. As you age, your hair normally becomes drier, more brittle and begins to turn gray. It can even change textures altogether, going from straight to curly or vice versa. If you feel like your hair's texture is a concern, share your concerns with your family doctor.
Use a wide-toothed comb on your hair after you shampoo it in order to remove all the tangles without breaking the hair. It has been shown in studies that curly hair, which is best when wet, isn't as tangled as regular straight hair. Just be careful and do not comb your hair excessively since this will deprive it of its natural oils.
Try to not use your blow dryer frequently. A blow dryer's hot air can be very damaging, so air dry whenever you are able to. If you must blow dry it, use its cool setting and don't have it hover over a single spot too long. In order to minimize the amount of time you need to use the blow dryer, towel dry your hair first.
Use a jaw claw or a clamp to pull up your hair if you are short on time, in the morning. It takes two minutes to put up your hair in many different ways when using these items. You can use pins and barettes to keep bangs at bay!