Monday, July 1, 2013

Ways to Repair Damaged Hair

You can tell when your hair is “under the weather”. It looks dull and lifeless. It’s one of those things that are hard to ignore, especially for women. For the majority of women it is their pride and joy. We all want the perfect shine. Healthy hair makes a person appear healthy all over. The following article lists some simple tips to help repair your damaged hair. There are also some great ways to avoid getting damaged hair in the first place, read on!


If you find that your hair is getting a little bit dull and your regular conditioner is not helping, try a leave in treatment. There are plenty available. They differ in ingredients and brands but their purpose is the same. They are meant to rehydrate you hair. It gives your hair a nice healthy shine and feel.


Yes, you read that right. Eggs! Your hair loves protein and eggs are a great source of this. It’s a match made in heaven. You simply need to whisk the eggs and then cover your hair. Make sure to coat the ends of your hair thoroughly, they tend to be drier. Tie your hair up and then cover with a shower cap or some cling wrap. Leave it for 15 minutes or so and then rinse. Don’t be afraid to get experimental with this recipe. If you want to add a scent simply add some lavender or whatever takes your fancy.


If you’re someone that constantly uses a hair dryer, straightener or curler then it’s more than likely that from time to time your hair will look a little dead. Are you that surprised? That heat cannot be good for your hair. Try to limit how much you use these items.


You need to treat the root of the problem. If you suffer from dandruff then the foundation of your hair is not strong. All you need is Clear hair care antidandruff shampoo and conditioner for women. It helps moisturise the scalp and sooth the itch that dandruff can cause. A healthy scalp means healthy hair.


Do you love to dye your hair? This can be extremely bad for you hair, especially when bleach is involved. Try to choose a colour and commit to it. You can still have fun with colour. You don’t have to give up dying your hair all together, just try to space out hair appointments as much as possible.
Take care of your hair. It’s easier to take care of it now rather than trying to save it when it’s already damaged. It’s all about being progressive. Take some time now and save yourself more time later. It really is that simple.

Sarah is a hairdresser and has been for the past 5 years. She loves cutting hair and making her clients feel good about themself, by writing these blogs she hopes that it may help some people with their confidence by using her beauty tips and tricks.

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