Tips To Help Your Hair Be Healthy An Grow Faster. by Theresa Teatro - Musely
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Tips To Help Your Hair Be Healthy An Grow Faster.

posted in Beauty > Hair
  • I keep seeing tips on here that I have given a try specially for healthy hair growth, damage control and so on and only a few actually worked but some can damage your hair if you don't do it correctly. And since I'm going to hairstyling school, plus I have family that are hairstylist I want to share some tips that will help manage your hair no matter what type of hair you have.

  • 1) oil control

    If you have oily hair there are ways to control it, but I'm going to tell you reasons why your hair is becoming oily.
    When washing your hair you probably wash it with warm or like warm water. Well it is correct to wash your hair in warm water to open the follicles to get rid of dirt but you never close them back up. This can leave your scalp itchy, dry, and flaky over time if not being properly helped from the beginning. During or after washing your hair, rinse with cold water. This will close the follicles so no bacteria can enter.

  • And if you choose to wash your hair or brush your hair upside down, this too will open the follicles. It does yes work to help blood flow but it really isn't necessary, but if you choose to, I highly recommend brushing hair back like you normally brush. What I would do, is add real mint oil into your shampoo and/or conditioner to help stimulate the follicles. Or you can get a scalp treatment that is sulphate and silicone free. (I use mark Anthony products and work amazingly well) this will help stimulate & bring blood flow naturally to your hair & won't damage the follicles and oil will reduce

  • 2) damage control.
    Okay so we do a lot of damage to our hair which is surprisingly by products we use or what we do like with heat, blow drying, colour applications and so on.
    Let's start with hair products. Shampoos and conditioners -always look for sulphate free and silicone free. This will keep your hair from stripping and becoming thin, breaking and split ends from happening. Silicone will jut coat it with a plastic and overtime your hair will become worse than better. Pantine pro V is well known to use silicone to coat the hair. Most commercialize products are filled with these chemicals.

  • Hair colour applications- I love to colour my hair but over time you can really damage your hair. If you tend to bleach your hair, make sure you buy the blonde colour to add nutrients back into the hair. And wash your hair with your hair shampoo and conditioner not what the box gives you because your stuff is what your hair is used to already. And with any colour always rinse after the wash with cold water to close the follicles.
    I'm currently using temp dyes with no ammonia and it is good to do if your touching up the colours.

  • Brushing- use a comb everytime you have a shower, wake up in the morning and so on. A comb is a lot nicer to your hair than it is with a brush. Brushes tend to break your hair and tear the hair a lot more than a comb. A comb we always tend to hold our hair when it gets caught, which is good for us to hold the hair when it's knotted because we don't pull the hair like we do with a brush. Plus it separates the hair individually. There are also different kinds of combs out there so ask a stylist what is best for your hair type for combs. Or to be safe your a thick comb.

  • 3) frizz control
    use a UVA hair product spray/leave in conditioner or something to protect your hair from the sun, the weather and other stresses. That surely will help with frizz make sure it is also silicone/sulphate free product.

  • Heat- okay using protective products are good but always find stuff that is good that protects without harsh chemicals like sulphates and silicone. Always look out for those. But if you like to dry your hair with a blow dryer please only do it until your hair is damp. Don't dry it to the point where it's fringed because that is damaging the hair entirely an cooking it like its nothing. Once it's to the damp stage let it dry naturally or apply cool air to help the hair dry. Then add your oils(I prefer things to make it softer like cocoanut oil or a leave in conditioner) only add a little though

  • Last but not least, don't wash your hair everyday, that just dries your hair out and builds the oils more than it does helping your hair. I have abnormally thick hair and natural oils is extremely good for your hair not bad. But too much at a time is bad and too little can damage your hair and not allow it to be healthy. Wash your hair depending on oil type.
    If you get oil after one day wash your hair every other day. If your hair has little to no oil within a day and it take a few days to build up then a once a week wash will help. >>>>

  • If you plan on having a shower, just allow the water to hit your hair and rinse with cold after as if you would normally washing.

  • Sorry for the long tip but these things I do all the time and my hair went from being dead to healthy and grows fast. I just don't like hearing others try some tips and t makes it worse than good. But from experience and actually schooling and from professionals, we don't like seeing people have damaged hair and feel worse about themselves. Hair is important, it identifies who we are and makes us feel good.

    Pls like and save. Again sorry for long tip.

  • Please feel free to go to my website. (I don't have front page up but everything else is there) :) and don't forget to like and share :)


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