If at all possible, try to work more with your natural texture or at least give the hot tools a rest on the weekends. And whenever you’re styling, thoroughly spritz your strands first with a heat- protectant spray such as John Frieda Frizz-Ease Heat Defeat Protective Styling Spray ($7; drugstores) or Oribe Royal Blowout Spray ($42; oribe.com). Opt for ceramic tools over traditional metal ones (ceramic doesn’t get as hot as metal, so there’s less strand-sizzling as you style) and try twice-a-week deep conditioning treatments. Finally, if you need a little inspiration when it comes to working with, rather than against, your hair’s natural texture, go to more.com/naturalhair. We’re showcasing dozens of celebrities who’ve stopped fighting their tresses’ natural texture—and started, at last, to show it off.