We know how much you love your locks and we know how important it is for you to keep them healthy and strong. Here are best kept hair care secrets that will help keep your locks strong, healthy and beautiful.
Fish and Nuts for Healthier Hair and Scalp
If there are two things that you need to always include in your daily diet, they are fish and nuts. Fish and nuts are packed with protein and omega 3 fatty acids which not only promote a healthier body but also a stronger and healthier head of hair.
Protein and omega 3 also aids in making your scalp healthier. Leafy greens, carrots as well as beans are also wonderful for your locks.
It is always best to stick to a balanced diet. If you are trying to lose weight, beware of getting into fad diets aimed at losing weight fast as most of these diets starve the body of essential nutrients which can cause your hair to turn brittle. Hair loss is another possibility with weight loss fad diets.
Keep Your Hair Shiny with Lukewarm Water
You’ll need to take down your water temperature a notch or two if you love taking hot showers or baths.
Hot water can strip the hair of its natural protective oils which serve as its conditioner. With these oils stripped off, your hair will start looking dull and feeling dry.
If you want to keep the shine and softness of your locks, use only lukewarm water in washing your hair. While shampooing your hair, gently massage your scalp for a good pampering.
Repair Split Ends with Argan Oil
Styling your hair too often with hot tools can cause damage to the protective layer of your locks resulting to split ends. The same is true when you often color, bleach or perm your hair.
There are various products that can help repair the splitting of your hair and one of these products is the Moroccan Argan oil.
Coat your hair regularly in the oil and allow its nutrients to repair split ends and make the locks stronger.
Boost Hair Volume with Mousse
It is true that the thickness of your hair relies mostly on your genes. But how you style your locks also play a role.
If you are a natural redhead, your hair comes with a natural thickness. However if you are a natural blonde, you naturally have the thinnest hair even though blondes have the greatest numbers of hair. But of course, there are ways to give your hair some volume no matter what your natural hair color may be.
All you need is a leave-in conditioner or mousse. Apply on your hair and start drying the root area first. You’ll need to flip your hair upside down as you dry to get that extra volume boost.
For fine hair, use a hot tool in low heat when drying. Follow these tips to keep your hair beautiful and healthy!
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