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Published on: 27 Apr 2017 by mrsmia

Great Habits for Great Hair

Do you ever look at someone with amazing-looking hair, and just think “Man, I wish I had hair like that!”? Well, the good news is – you can! Of course, different people have different genes, and different hair quality, but that is only a small part of maintaining good hair. How you treat it and how you take care of it is the key to having healthy hair. And healthy hair will always look good. So here are a few tips to give your hair a head start:

Listen to your body

It cannot be stressed enough: Listen to your hair! Forget everything you’ve heard about how hair shouldn’t be washed too often, or how you need to wash it at least 5 times per week. You know your hair better than anyone else and you will know when to wash it. If it gets oily – wash it, if it doesn’t – don’t! It is really that simple. The same goes for everything else hair related: Just because a hair mask says that you should use it two times per week, doesn’t mean you have to use it if you feel your hair doesn’t need it.

Trim it often

For anyone who wants to grow out their hair, the thought of going for a regular trim feels like it will set them back months! And it is true, you might have to cut off quite a bit, but that is where the “regular” part comes in. If you leave your hair to just grow out for too long, it will get more and more damaged further and further up, and you will end up having to cut off way more than you would if you combined all the haircuts you should have gotten in that period. So if you see those ends start to split, it’s time to call your hairdresser.

Be careful with color

If you are hoping to get a miracle answer for how to dye your hair without damaging it – I’m sorry, there isn’t one. Any and all artificial dyes you put on your hair will damage it, because the color needs to actually penetrate the hair so it wouldn’t wash off the first time you shower. But there are steps you can take to protect your hair: try to use dyes with as few chemicals as you can find (this is a tough task, I know). After you color it, give it some extra love and hydrate it often. As much as you can, try to take breaks between coloring it, to give your hair some time to regenerate. Most importantly, once again, listen to it: if your hair feels very dry and damaged after using a specific dye, don’t use it again and give your hair a lot of love.

Nurture comes from the inside

You can’t expect your hair to look good, if you’re not giving it what it needs to be healthy. You can put all the moisturizer in the world on your hair, but if you didn’t drink enough water that day, nothing is going to help it. Your diet will go a long way, too: get plenty of calcium and vitamins. If you feel like your hair is becoming weaker, taking fortifying hair vitamins for a while might be what it needs to recover. If you are unsure what your diet is missing, and your hair is weak, you can (and should) always consult a nutritionist.

Remember that beautiful hair comes in all shapes and colors, and just because your hair looks nothing like someone else’s hair you deem pretty, doesn’t mean your hair isn’t beautiful as well!

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