Hair - Tips and Advice

Hair – Tips and Advice

  • After rinsing out your conditioner, splash cold water over your hair to seal your cuticles for smoother, shinier hair.
  • Applying products 10 minutes before you start styling your hair will allow it to properly absorb into your locks, giving you the best results possible.
  • Dry shampoo isn’t just for those days where you don’t have time to lather up! Adding some to the roots of your hair straight after you’ve hopped out of the shower will prevent further greasiness as well as adding heaps of volume!
  • Applying conditioner at the roots can weigh your hair down, so concentrating it at the mid lengths to ends will add bounce and volume to your locks.
  • Make sure your hair has been thoroughly dried before styling to avoid unwanted frizz.
  • Avoid brushing wet hair as this will cause your hair to stretch and, consequently, break. Instead, use your fingers or a wide toothed comb to tame your tresses!
  • To smooth flyaways, spraying hairspray onto your hand gives a much more natural and less noticeable look than directly spraying it directly on your hair.
  • Use specific shampoo and conditioners which were made specifically for your hair type! Using others has endless drawbacks from worsening your hairs appearance to agitating your scalp.
  • Dull, lifeless hair may be due to a poor diet. Limit the amount of cholesterol you’re consuming and watch as your hair improves dramatically.
  • Overly hot showers are a no go. Hot water strips your hair of it’s protective oils, leaving it dry and brittle.
  • Protect your hair from UV rays by covering up with a hat on those hot summer days.
  • For smooth and detangled hair, comb through with a wide toothed comb while you still have conditioner on. This will also evenly coat your hair to ensure your hair can look as good as it should.
  • When drying your hair always try to opt for the warm setting on your dryer and hold the dryer 6 to 8 inches from your tresses. Be sure to point the airflow down on the hair shaft to prevent frizz.
  • When taking care of longer hair it requires frequent trims (every six to eight weeks) and conditioning the ends every other day to prevent them from drying out.
  • Did you know that stress, smoking, and bad eating habits can make your hair dull and prone to breakage. Other reason to try to be healthy!
  • When brushing your hair choose a natural-bristle brush, it is softer and more flexible, which means less damage to your hair.
  • Try to avoid hair breakage, your hair is its most fragile when wet, so avoid excessive brushing or combing until it’s most dry.
  • If you straighten your hair, start with an anti-frizz serum to create a moisture barrier and add a heat protectant to prevent your strands from being damaged while styling.
  • For added volume Spritz a volumizing spray at your roots when your hair is dry, then flip your hair over and blow-dry. Finally, gently smooth out any stray strands with a brush.