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Achieving healthy hair is not easy, figuring out what works the best for your hair is a lifelong journey. There are many things we can do to improve the appearance and condition of our hair. Our hair isn’t just affected by the products or treatments we apply, it’s also affected by what we consume and a number of external factors, such as the weather or sun exposure. Whether you are looking to get thick, shiny, strong strands, or maybe you just want to figure out how to make it grow faster, there are many tricks you can acquire to get your best head of hair yet.
Wash Your Hair Regularly!
Washing your hair regularly ensures that your scalp and hair is free of dirt and excess oil. However, the right frequency should be determined by your hair type and personal preferences and whether you have a dry or an oily scalp.
Don’t Wash Your Hair Too Often!
Overwashing can cause your hair to become dry and dull. If you have an oily scalp you may need to wash your hair every other day, depending on its appearance. If you have dry hair, try to limit the frequency of washing it. Washing your hair every 4-5 days will allow some of your hair’s natural oils to be retained on the scalp, you can use your hair’s appearance as a guideline rather than having a preset hair-washing schedule.
Use Chemical Free Shampoos!
You really can’t control all the environmental factors that damage your hair, but at least you can control the kind of shampoos you use. Lesser the number of chemicals in your shampoo, healthier your hair. Go for gentle, eco-friendly, chemical-free shampoos that suit your hair type.
Conditioning your hair after shampooing is an important step to include in your hair care routine, it keeps your hair soft, shiny, and manageable.
Conditioners may make your hair look lank and greasy if not applied correctly. You should only apply conditioner to the tips of your hair, not to the roots. Applying conditioner in this technique will prevent the hair at your scalp from looking greasy and dull, and most importantly will not clog your hair follicles.
Make time for hair masks!
Use a hydrating hair mask or deep conditioner at least once a week, and more frequently if you use hot tools frequently. A high quality hair mask will leave your hair feeling soft and shiny without weighing it down.
Don’t Comb Your Hair When It’s Wet!
Wet hair is more vulnerable to breakage and can stretch and break easily if it’s brushed. After washing your hair, leave it to dry before combing.
Use A Wide-toothed Comb!
When brushing your hair, use a wide toothed comb to gently remove any knots and to minimize pulling your scalp.
Minimize Heat Exposure!
Over straightening, curling, or blow-drying can cause a lot of damage to your hair, try to limit the frequency with which you use heated styling tools. Heat-protecting sprays, which can be applied before using the heated tools may also be of great use.
Don’t style wet hair!
Before straightening or curling your hair, make sure it’s completely dry, otherwise the heated tools will literally fry your hair. Don’t blow-dry your hair when it’s soaking wet, you can leave it to partially air-dry first, this will shorten the time your hair is being exposed to the heat from the blow-dryer and should help to prevent the potential damage.
Trim Your Hair Regularly!
Trim your hair regularly to get rid of split ends. Split ends form when the hair is damaged mainly due to heat styling, bleaching, pollution, smoking, stress, and so on. Trimming does not magically make your hair grow faster, but it ensures healthy hair.
Drink More Water!
Your initial reaction may be “how does staying hydrated affect my hair’s health?”. But internal hydration alongside external hydration is the key to well-balanced and healthy hair.
Getting the nutrients your hair needs to grow well and stay healthy is very important. Proteins and amino acids make up your hair, so for them to thrive and grow, it needs the proper nutrients. Some of the best foods for hair nourishment are eggs, berries, nuts and vegetables.
Avoid Washing Hair With Salt Water!
Salt water irritates the scalp, damages the hair cuticle, and tangles the hair. You should also try to avoid chlorinated water in swimming pools.
Turn down the temp of your shower!
While a steamy shower may seem relaxing, taking an extremely hot shower on a daily basis might irritate your scalp and possibly weaken your hair.
Sleep on silk!
Replace your cotton pillowcase with a silk one to get the most out of your beauty sleep. It protects your hair cuticle by reducing friction between your hair and the fabric.
Avoid drying your hair with a towel!
Using a regular towel to dry your hair may cause a lot of damage to it as they are usually heavy and can pull your wet hair a little too hard. Try using an oversize T-shirt next time, it will be a lot more gentle to your hair.
Rinse With Cold Water!
Rinsing your hair with cold water will make your hair shiny and protect the color. Warm water allows the shampoo and conditioner to enter and wash the hair, while cold water seals in the moisture from your conditioner and prevents color loss by sealing the hair’s cuticle.
Avoid Tight Hair Ties!
Avoid using super tight hair ties. Tight hair ties tend to pull your hair back real tight, which increases friction and can cause breakage. Scrunchies with cloth around them are a better option.
Oil The Scalp Frequently!
Oiling your scalp is beneficial to your hair. Oil massage is the oldest treatment for lustrous, silky hair. However, do not overdo it because you will end up using more shampoo, which, no matter how light, will strip more of the scalp’s natural oils.
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