Healthy hair requires research into the issues that cause hair damage. The more you know about your hair, the healthier it can be. Here, you will find tips to help you care for your hair.
Your diet may be to blame if you find that your hair is lifeless or dull. If you eat a lot of Omega 3, vitamin E, and ironm you should have better looking hair. If your diet doesn’t allow you to get all these nutrients, try taking a multivitamin.
Set aside the notion that getting your hair trimmed often facilitates quicker growth. Healthy hair grows roughly the same amount each month, approximately half an inch. You may see it grow a little faster in the summertime, or when you take supplements containing biotin, but that’s because there are hormones that contain growth. Trims do eliminate split ends, though, which can make your hair look much better.
Ensuring that your hair is healthy and capable of locking in moisture makes it less prone to breakage. Pay attention to the water temperature when washing your hair, making sure that it is not too hot. After shampooing, rinse with cold water. This helps your hair seal in moisture.
When towel drying never briskly rub your hair. Your hair strands are likely to stretch and break and it will dry frizzy. The best ways to dry your hair using a towel are to gently pat or press out the excess moisture, or simply wrap it in a loose fitting towel. If you need to comb your hair while it’s still wet, use a comb with wide spaced teeth. Do not use a brush on your hair while it’s wet.
Avoid using products on your hair that contain alcohol, as they tend to dry your hair out. This is really bad for the health of your hair, and you should be careful of what products you use. Read the labels, and make sure the products that you purchase are good for the health of your hair.
For great hair, you must know what is damaging your hair. Use what you learned here, and you will be on your way to figuring out a hairdressing routine that works for you.