By Michael Perry
Hair care is an important part of looking good and feeling
good, both inside and out. There are an endless number of hair
care products that promise to shape up, curl, straighten,
moisturize and rejuvenate, but what is the best way to
healthy hair? Here are 10 tips to get you started.
If you notice split ends, have them trimmed. This will result
in healthier hair and a better overall appearance. A trim is
relatively inexpensive and should only take a matter of
at the local salon.
Use a low to medium heat on your hair dryer. Extreme heat can
dry out the hair and cause the frizzies.
Avoid prolonged exposure to the sun, which is not only bad for
your skin, but can dry out your hair as well.
Many people suffer from dandruff. If you are one of the many,
avoid scratching or rubbing the head as this will promote
flaking. Instead, use a shampoo and/or conditioner that is
especially designed to treat dandruff and eliminate flaking.
If you have thin hair, add a volumizing shampoo for added
If you have thick hair, using a healthy shine shampoo will
out the additional beauty.
Avoid harsh hair care products, which can dry out or damage
hair. In some cases, individuals have even experienced hair
in using certain at-home perm and/or coloring treatment
products. If you want to have this type of treatment done,
it done at the salon.
In choosing a salon, make sure that you opt for one that has
been in business for awhile and has a clean, professional
Ask friends for referrals. If they have used a certain hair
care product, which coincides with one that you are searching
for, inquire about their experience. The same is true with
salons, which are often best recommended by friends and
When brushing your hair, use soft strokes rather than those
swiped in a hurry. A part of quality hair care is, just as the
name implies, caring for your hair.
When using styling products, make sure that they do not
overheat prior to using them on your hair. Extreme heat can
will damage the hair, not to mention the discomfort of a burn
resulting from an overheated styling product.
The information contained in this article is to be used for
reference only. It is not to be used in place of, or in
conjunction with, professional hair care advice. Anyone who
notices a concerning condition, relating to their hair, should
consult a dermatologist for proper diagnosis and/or treatment.
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