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Winter IS Coming.. Take Care of Your Hair.

Perfect hair depends upon how you think about your hair. Sometimes people have very healthy glossy beautiful hair but they do not think that those hairs are perfect just because they are curly.

For generally, Getting Perfect Glossy and Silky hair can be get by some simple methods.

  1. Diet. What goes in, comes out. Same thing happens with our body, skin and hair. So eat healthy food. Rich with Vitamin E and protein. Never skip Breakfast. Eat at right span of time. Meals should be properly managed or set a time to eat.


  2. Keep your hairs clean. As long as women are using quality products, they can benefit from more frequent washing.It reduces split ends, provides great moisture, and gives hair an overall clean and shiny look.


  3. Oiling. Use mixed oils for oiling your hairs to lock moisture. Make a mixture of some oils like mustard, almond, jojoba, olive, castor, coconut, rosemary, avocado etc.


  4. Use Conditioner and Serum after shampoo. Most of us never do conditioning or not applying serum after shampoo. But this is the best thing you can ever do to your hairs. Never condition your roots. And always use serum on damp hair (not too wet not too dry).


  5. Don’t wrap towel. Do not use towel to dry your hair. Towel takes all the moisture of your hair too and make them fizzy. Instead towel you can use your old cotton t-shirt to wrap your hair.


  6. Do not comb wet hair. Never comb wet hair. Yeah..! I know we all are hurry in these days and want to make things done on time. But trust me Combing wet hair cause hair fall and breakage of healthy hairs too. If necessary , you can use a wide comb just to untangle your hairs lightly.


  7. Wash your bed-sheet and pillow covers or make them silk. Always use clean bed sheet and pillow covers. Don’t use cotton pillow covers. Use silk pillow covers. Silk’s smooth texture won’t rough up your hair cuticle when you sleep the way cotton does, leaving you with smoother hair in return, explains Suave Professionals celebrity stylist Marcus Francis. Fewer frizzy strands in the morning? Now that’s the dream (no pun intended).


  8. Avoids heat styling as much as possible. But let’s be honest, you have to use them sometimes. Michael Dueñas, celebrity hairstylist and founder of Hair Room Service, recommends steam rollers, which are gentle on the hair and do not get overly warm, as they’re heated solely by steam passing through the foam on the roller. But if you absolutely have to use hot tools (blow dryers, curling irons, wands, flat irons, hot rollers) to style your hair, always use a spray-in heat protectant, says Eve Galminche, Arrojo top colorist.


  9. Skimp on moisturizer. The skin that makes up your scalp needs moisture just like the skin on your face does, especially if it’s going to provide a healthy foundation for hair to grow, explains Riawna Capri of CLEAR Scalp & Hair. She adds: “A general rule of thumb is to condition every time you shampoo.”But the moisturizing doesn’t end once you leave the shower. Even if you’re not heat-styling your hair, you should comb through a protective product, says Oribe Hair Care stylist Adam Livermore. It can reduce frizz, dryness, and split ends, and even protect your color!


  10. Stay loyal. It’s a common misconception that switching up your hair care brands keeps your hair healthier because it never gets time to adapt, but experts disagree. Instead, they suggest finding what works for you and sticking with it. Remember: Your hair doesn’t know the difference. And while it’s perfectly fine to change things up when searching for that perfect combination that leaves you with killer strands — once you find it, don’t let it go.


  11. Limits your time in the sun. You see the damage that a day without sun protection does to your skin, but even though your hair suffers just as much, it can be harder to tell. To prevent sun damage, Rik Rak Master Stylist Marcelo suggests applying a leave-in conditioner at least every other day. Careful application from mid-shaft to the ends of hair can combat damage from the summer big three — UV rays, wind, and saltwater.And if you’re headed to the beach where the heat will be coming at you from all directions, spritz a generous application of heat protectant with SPF onto damp hair before going out, followed by a reapplication after swims — same as you would do for your skin.


  12. Get regular trims — even when growing out your hair.You might be tempted to skip seasonal trims when growing out your hair, but to add healthy length, you actually need to do just the opposite. Meri Kate O’Connor, senior colorist and educator at Eva Scrivo Salon stands firm that a haircut every six to eight weeks is necessary to prevent split ends from forming as the hair cuticle splits.”When the split goes up the hair shaft, it becomes so thin that it breaks — that’s when people get breakage.” And once your hair splits, there’s no way to repair it, so keep it trimmed to prevent harmful breakage before it starts.


  13. keep it cool in the shower.When you’re washing your hair, you don’t want the water too hot, warns David Edery, owner of Attitudes Paris Salon in Houston. Excess heat can blast the volume out of your hair, leaving you with limp locks. Instead, opt for warm water — this temperature allows you to work up a nice lather while still staying hot enough to rinse suds clean. And when it comes to the final post-conditioner rinse, the colder the better. Chilly water locks in those coveted nutrients into each strand, adding a beautiful, healthy luster.


  14. Steer clear of snarls.Before you go ripping a comb through your strands, think about what you’re doing — and be gentle. Use a wide-toothed comb for particularly tangled locks, and always brush your hair from bottom to top to avoid creating more knots and snarls.


Following tips may help you a lot. Please like and comment how did you guys find this article regarding hair care? Please let me know the next topic on which i can share some tips and tricks.  

Love You,

agirlinpyjamas

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