Has the classic “bad hair day” become the default for you? Do you think you have tried it all to have great hair? Keep reading and stop stressing over it. For practical guidelines that make hair care a breeze, read on!
Refrain from using too many appliances on your hair to keep it strong and healthy. Curling irons and blow dryers can strain your hair, causing it to be impossible or hard to repair. Anytime you can, let your hair rest and don’t use so much heat.
If you feel as if your hair is dry, here is something that you can try. After your hair has been washed, put on conditioner followed by your shower cap. This way, heat is generated and the conditioner is able to get further into your hair follicles.
Ignore the myth about trimming make hair grow quicker. No matter how much you trim, human hair grows around 1/2 inch a month. Your hair may grow a little faster during the summer months or if you use biotin supplements. The main driver of hair growth is hormones; your stylist has nothing to do with it. Trims get rid of split ends and can make hair look better though.
Don’t rub or tug hair in a towel when you’re drying it. This can break the hair, resulting in frizzy and frayed hair. Patting or blotting your hair will allow you to dry your hair without damage. Unless you actually use a wide-toothed comb, do not brush or comb your hair while it is wet.
Keep your blow dryer use to a minimum. Blow dryers rely on heat that can cause severe damage to your hair. You should allow it to dry naturally when you can. If you use a blow dryer, keep it on the cool setting, and don’t hold it over the same spot of hair for very long. Drying your hair with a towel before blow drying it will make it dry faster.
Add some moisture back into dried up hair by using a deep conditioning treatment. Wet your hair quickly, and just add a pretty generous amount of conditioner. Wrap your hair in a warm, damp towel, or even plastic wrap, to trap the heat. After 30 minutes, shampoo hair and rinse well.
Don’t always get the same kind of conditioner and shampoo. By changing up the hair products you use every now and then, you may see your hair reacting positively. For example, one brand of shampoo might get rid of residue from another brand; try to keep the scalp clean and healthy.
When brushing hair, always begin with the bottom layer of your hair, and work upward. Avoid breakage by combing knots out after your hair is dry. Once the knots are out, brush your hair from the top to the ends.
Hopefully, this article completely gets rid of bad hair days! Beautiful hair is amazing yet elusive. It is also achievable! Try using these tips for better and more manageable hair!