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Friday, January 28, 2011

Learn Hair Caring Tips

Learn few tips to keep your hair in good condition and make them more healthy and strong by following the few tips in your daily life.

Always apply a thickening lotion after shampooing if you have thin hair & want to create a full-body style. Concentrate the product at the roots then lift as you dry. Once hair is half-dry; add another application, wherever you need more thickness, then finish drying. Wash your hair properly. If you don't, all the effort you put into your styling will be wasted, even if you've got a stylish cut & use quality products.

Think salon clean:
Two shampoos, with the right shampoo for your hair type & rinsed through thoroughly.

If you see someone with a fantastic haircut & a great color stop them & ask who looks after their hair.
Learn the technique salons use to blow-dry your hair. First, blast your hair forwards with your hairdryer,   then backwards, & then forwards, this time directing the hairdryer down. This will eliminate any kinks in your hair for a smoother finish. Plus, blow-drying your hair once it's 80 to 90 percent dry through rough drying will reduce the styling time & keep the amount of heat applied to the hair to a minimum, to protect its condition.

Get the marriage between cut & color right - it’s the best way to stay looking youthful.   The wrong color can be really ageing. Your skin tone changes as you get older, so your hair color needs to be adapted to complement your skin's coloring. Having the right cut is equally Important & getting the shape right is the key to looking younger. If hair is cut into any sharp style, it can take years off. The addition of a fringe or some layers can make a style instantly more modem. The use of the right products can also give a more youthful finish & texture to a style, rather than just wearing hair long & straight, which can be quite ageing.

Use holidays to your hair’s advantage. If you want to be lighter, which hair tends to go in the sun, color   your hair a few weeks before going away & then the sun will lighten the color even more, so you can see if it suits you. If you have a more intense color, with darker tones, these will lift & fade on holiday, so if you don't want to lose your expensive color, have it done two weeks after you've come back.

Cut your hair off when you want to, not because you feel you have to. There’s nothing worse than a woman going from long, flowing hair to a bad short cut because she thinks she must - she’ll age ten years in one hour.

When you have the perfect hair color, people should notice your eyes, never the hair color. Don’t go more than three shades lighter or darker than your natural color without going to a professional colorist.

Use a deep conditioning mask at least once a week.  Moisture revitalizes the hair, similar to how skincare works. Conditioning is not only good for your hair, but a bit of pampering is good for the soul.

Make sure you towel-dry hair after shampooing & before you applies conditioner: excess water in your hair means the conditioner won’t be able to penetrate the hair shaft & deliver the necessary moisture to keep hair looking healthy & shiny.

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