Rules to Keep your Hair Healthy

For women, having strong, shiny, vibrant hair can boost your confidence and make you feel ready to take on the world.  So, Follow these easy and simple beauty tips for hair to give that luster and shine, and flaunt your hair like the queens do…

Get Regular haircut or trim

Hairsplit problem should be done by regular trim. If you let the split goes up until the hair shaft, it will make hair so thin. And once you find your hair splits, there is no way to repair it. So, keep it trimmed regularly to prevent harmful breakage before it start. 

Count on your Moisturizer

The skin that makes  up your scalp needs moisturizer too. Just like the skin on your face or body does. Especially if it’s going to provide a healthy foundation for hair to grow. By using moisturizer regularly, it can be reduce frizz, dryness, and split ends. Even protects your hair colour.

Keep your hair clean and cool

Aas long as women are using quality product, they can benefit from more frequent washing. When you’re washing your hair, you don’t need want the water too hot. And when it comes to the final post-conditioner rinse, the colder the better. Chilly water locks in those coveted nutrients into each strand, adding a beautiful, healthy luster. 

Always use heat protection

Let’s be honest, you have to use heat styling tools right? Well, if you absolutely have to use hot tools like blow dryers, curling irons, wands, flat irons, or even hot roller to style your hair, always put first the spray-in heat protection. 

Go Natural as Often as You Can

Your hair needs a rest from everything it endures during the week. Lindsey Bordone, a dermatologist at Columbia University Medical Center in New York, recommends using the weekend to let your hair recuperate. If possible, let your hair air-dry, avoid heated styling products, and keep it out of a ponytail or tight headband to avoid any unnecessary pulling on the hair shaft. In other words, sometimes you just have to let your hair chill a little.

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