Every girl desires luscious, thick hair growing out of her scalp. For some, it comes easily while for others you have to put in some more effort. Nonetheless, hair care is an important part of beauty. The following are some things to look out for in your hair journey.
Not only does hair contain our DNA, it also absorbs nutrients and other substance from our system. So, if you’re healthy, it will show in your hair. The main reason for hair loss, other than genetics, is a bad diet.
Generally, proteins are good for the hair. Add more protein-based foods to your diets such as eggs and nuts. Vitamins are also good for hair. You should avoid starchy foods, sugar and alcohol as they dehydrate the hair.
It’s a struggle keeping dyed or relaxed hair healthy. Chemical processing damages the hair bonds resulting in breakage especially if you do it regularly.
To repair this, you can incorporate keratin treatment. However, if your hair has been exposed to excessive chemical processing, you might have to chop it off and start afresh. Don’t worry, though. Here are some great hairstyles for short hair.
Though these are good protective hairstyles, if done for prolonged periods, they can cause breakage, especially around the hairline.
Give your hair a break for at least one week before braiding or weaving. Oil your hair to prevent dryness which also causes breakage and use hair serum to repair weak hairline while shampooing to restore its health.
Washing your hair strips it of its natural oil leaving it dry and brittle. Wet hair is also prone to breakage due to elasticity caused by the additional weight.
Wash your hair once or twice every week and treat with conditioner to repair hair damage. Use different types of conditioners to add different nutrients to your hair. If you must wash daily, use a mild shampoo and avoid products labelled as deep cleansing.
Harsh weather conditions can be detrimental to your hair, especially cold weather. Your hair becomes dry and dull which may result in hair loss.
During cold weather, keep your hair well-moisturized. Oil your hair daily and trim your ends to prevent split ends. When its hot, try hairstyles that give easy access to the scalp. Wash your hair regularly to prevent dirt and product buildup.
Cotton sucks out your hair’s moisture and natural oils. Since you’ll be laying on that pillow every day for more than 7 hours, you want a pillow that is friendly to your hair.
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