Feb 262018
 

If you are having a good hair day, then it can be the thing that you need to help you feel better and more attractive. When you’re hair isn’t playing ball, then it can be rather frustrating and can make you want to chop it all off! But with a few of the right hair care tips and tricks, you can have some of the shiniest, glossiest, and healthy looking hair of your life. What are the best things to be doing to care for your hair, though? Here are some of the best ways to care for your hair, so that you can improve the look, and hopefully the cooperation of your hair.

Choose The Right Products

To start off with, you need to know what the best products for your hair are. So it means getting to know your hair and what kind of hair it is. Is your hair pretty dry from being repeatedly bleached? Is your hair fine and gets greasy quite quickly? When you have identified what your hair type is, then you need to make sure that you are using the products that you will actually help your hair and not make it worse. Fine, greasy hair is only going to be made worse if you use a super hydrating shampoo that is normally for bleached hair, and so on. So check the labels, and get the one that is best for your specific hair type. It may mean a few different shampoos in your house for all of the different hair types, but it will make the world of difference.

Use of Heat

Using heat on your hair can really damage it. That, coupled with repeated brushing can dry your hair out a lot. So where possible, air and towel dry your hair. If you are in a rush, then try to towel dry your hair as much as possible, and then blow-dry the rest. Avoid blow-drying your hair from wet and straight out of the shower, as the contrast in heat can suck all of the moisture, including the natural moisture, away.

If you want to use things like curling irons or hair straighteners, then make sure you use them as infrequently as possible. It could also be worth looking up some reviews on a site like TheRightHairStyles, so that you know you’re getting one that is going to be kind to your hair. Using a heat protector or serum is also a good idea, as it can help to minimize any heat damage from products like hair dryers and curling irons.

Avoid Hot Water

As much as you might enjoy a steaming hot shower, your hair, and even your skin, isn’t going to thank you for it. Instead, look to use lukewarm water in the shower. It will open the follicles of your hair just enough to get them clean, but it won’t strip your hair of its natural moisture. You should also think about using cold water for your final rinse in the shower. This helps to close the hair follicles and seal in the conditioner that you have just applied, leaving your hair much more hydrated and smooth compared to before.

Sun Protection

With spring around the corner, warmer temperatures and sunshine should be on their way. And with it, should be an improvement in your hair care routine. Sun hats not only work practically to help to protect your eyes from the sun and keep you cool, but they work to keep the sun off your hair. UV rays can damage our hair, just as much as they can damage our skin. So wearing a hat on sunny days is a really good idea. You should also think about using a heat protecting serum or spray that does help to protect against sun damage, not just from the heat of products.

Eat Well

Anything that we put on our body is going to have an effect. So it is vital to be eating good foods in order to take care of our hair. Iron and protein are important foods to be having in our diet. So think about foods like avocado, eggs, coconut oil, and spinach. Citrus fruits are also really key to having healthy hair as they are full of vitamin C. Vitamin C is needed to help iron be absorbed into the body, so it is a must for healthy hair.

What ways do you take care of your hair at the moment? It would be great to hear what you think!

 

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