Sunday , 18 March 2018
Beauty Tips

Top Tips for Fabulous Hair

When it comes to appearances most women will spend a lot of time, effort and money on their hair. After all it is your crowning glory and a bad hair day can make or ruin your whole day.

Start off by assessing your general hair care routine; do you wash it every day? Do you blow dry or straighten it frequently? Do you go swimming in either chlorinated or salt water on a regular basis? These factors come into play regarding the overall health of your hair. Here are some great tips to keep your locks looking fabulous!

Ideally you want to be washing your hair about three times a week, washing it everyday is going to end up drying it out especially if you do use heated styling tools on it. It’s not uncommon for women these days to run the straighteners through their hair on a daily basis. We know it’s bad for us and we know clamping our hair between two hundred plus degree ceramic plates is bound to just encourage split ends but this knowledge doesn’t make us stop.

Try and have one day on and one day off while learning a couple of simple up dos instead. Hair with a natural kick in it always looks sexier anyway. Also, if you head down the swimming pools or to the beach on a regular basis you’re risking damage to your hair. Swimming pool chemicals are vital for keeping the water safe and clean but it’s going to leave your hair very dry and brittle so its best to invest in a shampoo that will combat chlorine.

Moreover, next time you shampoo your hair try using half the amount you usually do but spend twice as long rubbing it in. The shampoo is designed to clean your scalp more than the hair so make sure it’s worked well through the roots and top of the hair. Leave it to sit in for a few minutes before you rinse it out. Also, when you are rinsing your hair use a cooler water temperature; have you ever noticed at the hair salon they never use hot water to rinse your hair? This is because cooler water will help give it more of a shine. When it comes to the conditioner this needs to be treated the opposite of your shampoo. Ideally it just needs to be worked into the tips and kept away from the roots otherwise it’s going to get very greasy very quickly. Again make sure the conditioner is left in for a while and always rinse it out with slightly cooler water.

If you do have to blow dry your hair try to give it just a few minutes to dry naturally especially if it’s long. In the mean time, get your outfit ready, make sure your hand bag is packed and do your makeup, anything you can to make sure blow drying your hair is left to last. Further, always invest in a good heat defence spray as these will not only protect your hair from the intense heat but also help keep your hair smooth and sleek.

To give your hair the best chance possible try to leave it tied up when you can. Use proper hair ties rather than rubber bands and if you can always go for hair ties that aren’t joined with the metal clasp as these will just snag your hair. Leaving it lose means it has to contend with the city air, being blown around and the office air conditioning, not to mention those of us who have a bad habit of playing with it and twisting it round our fingers. Therefore, tying it up can have its benefits as well.

Jessica is an SEO currently working on H20 fun swimming pools.

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  1. Bradly Rodabaugh

    Care of the hair and care of the scalp skin may appear separate, but are actually intertwined because hair grows from beneath the skin. The living parts of hair (hair follicle, hair root, root sheath, and sebaceous gland) are beneath the skin, while the actual hair shaft which emerges (the cuticle which covers the cortex and medulla) has no living processes. Damage or changes made to the visible hair shaft cannot be repaired by a biological process, though much can be done to manage hair and ensure that the cuticle remains intact.-‘

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