Watch your diet-
Your diet plays a vital role in determining both-how you feel and look. A healthy diet devoid of processed foods, coupled with moderate exercise can literally make your skin and hair glow from within! Experts recommend adding more Vitamin A and Vitamin E rich foods to the diet to promote hair health.
Water makes up for around 70 percent of your body, and deprived of this vital substance, you can start to look and feel no-so-good. Make sure you drink at least 7-8 glasses of water a day; it’ll help nourish and keep your hair looking healthy.
Skip the blow-dry-
Blow drying, among other heat treatments can strip your hair of its natural moisture, making it look dull, dry and frizzy. Avoid using extensive hair treatments as far as possible, and if you must, make sure to compensate with good hair care afterward.
Use home remedies-
For different hair problems like dandruff, itchiness, hair fall etc, stick to using home remedies. As opposed to chemical-based products, home remedies work better and don’t lead to scalp or hair damage.
Dry hair needs oil-
Mom was right; even the most highly regarded beauty experts today consider moisturizing the most crucial step of hair care; and oil does it best! A 20-minute warm oil massage is excellent for dry, rough and frizzy hair. It moisturizes the hair and the scalp, unlike damaging it like other store-bought conditioners.
Be Gentle with Wet Hair-
You must be careful when dealing with wet hair. Wet hair is very fragile and can break easily. When your hair gets wet, the shaft and roots of your hair are more prone to sustaining damage.
Some practical tips when dealing with wet hair are: don’t be too rough when you are putting shampoo and conditioner in your hair. Don’t immediately brush your hair after you get out of the shower, give your hair some time to dry. Finally, if you are looking to straighten your hair with a flat iron, never use the flat iron on wet hair. Always blow dry your hair first, and then straighten it.
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