Sunday, 26 May 2013


Everyone has an occasional
, frustrating "bad hair day." While sometimes those days are 
unavoidable, you can do a few things and use a few hair care products to help your 
hair stay healthy and looking its best. Just follow these tips.

Keep Your Hair:

Shampoo the right way: It's important to find a shampoo that fits your hair's 
needs. If you have curly hair, get a shampoo made for curly hair. If you have dry 
hair, look for a moisturizing shampoo. Then, despite the well-known "lather, rinse,
 repeat" mantra, one thorough washing will do the trick. Unless you are using 
dandruff shampoo, you probably won't have to shampoo your hair every day, either. 
It's good for the hair and the scalp to have a day to replenish their natural oils.
 And remember to be gentle: Focus on massaging the scalp when you shampoo 
rather than scrubbing the hair.
Condition, condition, condition: Always use conditioner after shampooing 
to help your hair rehydrate; moisturized hair is healthy hair. You only really need 
to condition your hair from the nape of the neck down -- or the hair that would 
be pulled into a ponytail. You needn't condition the roots: The natural oils in 
your scalp should be enough to replenish the roots. For extra rehydration and 
shine, try a hot-oil treatment once a week.
Be kind while brushing: Hair is at its most vulnerable when wet, so you want
 to take extra care. Always comb wet hair, as brushing wet hair can damage it.
 Use the brush after your hair has dried. Brush starting at the scalp downward 
to distribute the natural oils from your scalp down the hair follicle.
Smooth it out: Hair tangles can be as painful as they are annoying. You can 
also destroy your hair when you try to force them out. The best way to de-tangle 
your hair is to use a spray-in conditioner; then, starting at the bottom, use a wide-tooth 
comb to carefully pick out the knot
Use heat sparingly: Heat doesn't have to be hard on your hair. Some hair products 
are specifically designed to help your hair recover from heat styling, and as long as 
you use heat sparingly and efficiently, you'll find that your hair will fare quite well. 
When you use a hair dryer, fully towel dry first; this will not only save you time 
when drying, but it will also cut down the time you apply heat to your hair. 
Always keep the dryer moving to avoid creating any hotspots in your hair. 
When using a curling iron or flat iron, use the lowest setting needed to create 
your desired style.

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