Nobody likes to have dull, frayed and/or damaged hair.
The problem, however, is that you have no choice in this matter, given that the use of different hair treatments containing various chemicals have done this to your hair and what’s worse is, you may not even know it.
That in mind, these tips below should help you if you want to have healthier looking hair.
- Making Changes To Your Washing Routine. Washing your hair every day can easily dry it out. If you want to NOT strip your hair of essential oils and make it look more alive, you can try changing your washing routine and wash only three to four times a week. If you do so, your hair gets rest between washings, allowing it to restore its balance.
Tip: You can try changing your washing routine even more and use cold water for washing. This is to avoid frizz and split ends, two things you can get if you use hot water for washing.
- Avoid Using Heat Styling Devices Frequently. Hair dryers, curling irons, hot rollers, etc, all damage your hair in more ways than you can probably think of. Make sure that if you do use any of these appliances, use them sparingly and make sure to apply protective measures to lessen its negative impact on your hair.
- Turn To Natural Hair Care Products. Sure, commercial hair care products promise great results in no time and you may see that much of their advertised effects are true. However, give it time and you will probably notice the negative effects of such products. Remember, these products often contain harmful ingredients that can easily dry your hair out.
If you want to avoid facing such a problem, you can try and switch to products that contains herbs, oils, and creams, all of which help in nourishing hair without all of the side-effects.
Tip: Before you consider using a new shampoo or conditioner, you can try to look it up online, as well as the ingredients contained in it. If you do so, you get to see what the different effects of such ingredients are to not only our hair, but to our bodies as well.
- Eat a Balance Diet. Research proves that nourishment of the hair does not start with the products that we use for it, but in what we eat to nourish our bodies. A diet that contains plenty of protein, iron, Vitamin B, omega 3, as well as other essential nutrients, help make your hair look thicker, shinier and healthier.
Our hair is our crowning glory and the thinning or loss of hair can lead to drastic changes in how we see ourselves, which may then have a huge impact on our confidence, self-esteem and make us see ourselves in a negative light.
Thus, if you want to keep your confidence and self-esteem at its highest level until you grow old, following these tips above should help that cause.