Desire of many women involves strong, beautiful, and luxuriously shiny hair. A well balanced diet is a necessary element for attaining this as proper nutrients and minerals helps the hair growth and hair’s quality and, of course, following a good daily hair care regime has it’s own important role to play. However, despite what most people believe, caring for your hair doesn’t have to be unnecessarily complicated. In fact, you can still possess a luscious mane simply by avoiding certain cardinal hair care no-nos.
So, if you’ve been crying over split ends and frizz, let us show you a few things you may be, unwittingly, doing incorrectly during your daily hair care routine. The secret to healthy hair is to first and foremost avoid these very mistakes. Continue reading further :-
If your hair looks untidy all the time, does not have any shape, tangles quickly or gets into those single knots way too often – you are definitely overdue for a haircut appointment. This is especially so if you desire those long, luxurious tresses. Do understand that your hair will, ultimately, be assuredly longer if you get a trim regularly – not because it will grow more swiftly, but simply because those ends will not be breaking or splitting as frequently.
You should visit your hairdresser regularly.
DIY coloring can be forgiven when a sudden need or whim arises. However, generally speaking, coloring your hair is a definite no-no unless you happen to be a professional hairdresser or at least have professional knowledge to know exactly what you are doing. In most likelihood, in the end you will anyway be forced to go to the salon, which will make it expensive and even more difficult to undo the haphazard damage you may have done to your hair. So, let a professional take over from the beginning itself.
Wet hair is the time when it’s most susceptible to breakage as it is very fragile at that point. If you wish to check this for yourself the next time you happen to wash your hair, pick one strand (And one strand only)and try to break the strand. You will discover that it breaks much more easily when wet as compared to when it is dry. Your hairbrush too does the same thing, only instead of breaking one strand it breaks hundreds.
Also remember that any heat from styling tools like curlers, dryers, and straighteners can too break and also fry your hair, thereby exacerbating the situation. So let your hair dry first, then brush or style! Additionally, use heat protection sprays or serums on damp hair before styling.