Is your hair dry and brittle? Is it greasy and flat? Puffy, stringy, frizzy, the list goes on and on. There are so many things that can go wrong with our hair. So here are the basics to keep their hair healthy and beautiful conditions. Scrub-a-dub-dub! Everyone knows you have to wash your hair, otherwise, have tons of gross accumulation and simply will not cooperate. Fosun is a great source of information. Conditioning is very important, otherwise not even be able to comb your hair, much less than style.
It is very important to choose a quality shampoo and conditioner set for your hair type. Say you have your hair dyed and appear protective shampoo and conditioner. Sense is right? Law. Now, its almost just lather, rinse, (only repeat for oily hair VERY dirty) condition, and rinse again. But there are some useful tips for doing so. When the shampoo, do not be too hard on your hair or otherwise damage the cuticle. Always make sure the shampoo is fully clarified.
When conditioning, focus on the ends of your hair, because they are the most prone to breakage and therefore mess. Water should be cold when you do the final rinse with conditioner. It helps seal the cuticle (mainly hair strand), which makes your hair appear brighter. Once your hair is clean and fresh, you probably want to use a shine serum or untangling solution to this problem. Pat gently dry your hair as much as possible with your towel and apply a small amount of product on hand. I like Biosilk Silk Therapy Treatment. Massage the product into your hair gently once again focused primarily on the ends. Avoid the roots as they may look fat in them shine serum. Now is the time of drying. If you have curly hair, you want to use a diffuser to keep your curls frizz. Otherwise, do not need attachments. Nozzle pointing down, blow-dry hair five inches away. Be sure not to keep in one place, or you will get fried. Once the hair is semi-dry, lift hair in sections with your fingers and blow-dry one section at a time. This will keep your hair be flat when you are “thud. Flipped-out or curled under? Coiled, greeted? Now you have to decide what you want to day with you unless your hair like I just blow-dry. Check out iVillage virtual Industry down for some great ideas. Even tell you how! Is not that the coolest thing ever?!?