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How to keep hair healthy and beautiful

By Edited Jul 16, 2016 0 0

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Every girl wants beautiful, shinny, and most importantly healthy hair. Many people go about achieving this by using harsh chemicals and heat appliances to their locks without knowing the brutal affects. Overtime these factors will break down hair and split ends will start appearing at the ends of tresses. Fortunately there are many things that can be done to repair hair and get it back to looking sleek and of course, in good health.

Use a heat protection.

As silly as this seems a lot of people do not use a heat protection while styling their hair. The quickest and easiest way to damage a person's hair is to not use a heat protection. It is very simple to use and can be done when a heat tool is being heated up. A couple good heat protections to use are CHI 44 Iron Guard Thermal Protection Spray and TRESemme Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Protective Spray. Both of these products should be sprayed onto hair before styling, focusing mainly on the ends of hair to avoid split ends. Avoid spraying at the roots, this will make hair oily. Both of these products work amazing and are pretty cheap, ranging from 4.75 to 12 dollars.

Rinse hair in cold water.

A very easy solution to achieving shinny hair is to rinse it under cold water after conditioner has been put in it. This will lock in the moisture and will also make it noticeably more soft.

Be gentle with wet hair.

Hair is 60% more weaker when it is wet. It is more prone to breaking so a brush should not be used and a wide tooth comb should be the alternate. Do not start combing hair immediately after getting out of the shower. Wait a few minutes or even don't comb hair at all, if ideal. When combing out hair be gentle and start at the ends and work upward to the roots. If hair is unmanageable or tangly put a leave in conditioner and then start combing.

When using a chlorinated pool, wet hair and apply conditioner to ends.

Chlorine can leave hair looking dry and brittle, fortunately there are ways to minimize the damage. Before getting in a pool, wet hair and apply conditioner to the roots and halfway up hair. This will prevent hair from absorbing chlorine and thus, it will take in the conditioner. Another excellent way to not get damaged hair is to wear a swim cap. After getting out of the pool be sure to rinse hair and shampoo right away to get all the damaging chemicals out of the beautiful tresses.

Get a trim every 6 weeks to a month.

This is a great way to keeping hair strong. By getting a trim all the split ends are getting cut off so they can not work up any farther.

Avoid teasing and extreme hair styles.

Teasing hair causes the hair shaft to go up. This is irreversible and with time, hairs will get damaged and split ends will start appearing. To keep hair at utmost health, this method should be avoided. It is okay to do every once in a while but not everyday. An alternative to having voluminous hair is to use a bump-it.

Do not color hair, use Henna.

Dyeing hair is worst thing to do for its health. A great way to change the color of hair without all the damaging effects is to use henna. Henna is a natural hair dye that has many wonderful benefits. It restores the hair cuticle and is a great hair conditioner. The color that henna produces is determined by how long it is left on. Traditionally henna gives hair a reddish color but there are now products out in the market that gives hair other colors.

Take vitamin E.

Eat foods rich in this vitamin such as spinach, broccoli, turnips, asparagus, and many more. A supplement called Biotin can also be taken. This will not only improve the strength of hair but also nails.

It is important to realize that all of these tips will improve the health of hair but they must be done constantly to reach results.



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