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More Do’s & Don’ts For Better Hair
As I said in the part one of Do’s and Don’ts for Better Hair, I’d be doing a part 2 because I just ramble way too much and the post ended up being way too big, haha! So here’s some more Do’s and Don’ts for Better Hair
Do use conditioning treatments
Treat your hair like you do your face & put on a masque once or twice a week. There are so many different masques out there, all unique to your hairs needs & they are a must for strong & healthy hair. One of the best masques I have ever used for damaged hair is the Sebastian Pennetrate Repair Masque
Don’t rub your hair dry
Using a towel to rub your hair dry is one of the worst things you can do(rubbing your hair in general is just as bad!), it will tangle your hair, making it harder to brush through and snap any hair that maybe a bit weaker. It will also cause frizz from the friction, making you want to use heat! So, break the cycle and use an old tshirt to gently squeeze out most of the water, or wrap your hair in a tshirt if you’re leaving it to dry more naturally.
Do use the right products for your hair type
You need to know your hair type to get the best out of it & look after it the best you can. If you’ve got quite dry hair, use products to add softness such as oils, but if your hair gets greasy quite easily, stay away from the oils and find shampoo & conditioner suited to you, I recommend the L’oreal Elvive Extraordinary Clay it’s perfect for greasy roots & dry ends.
Don’t over colour your hair
Pretty obvious really but hair dyes and bleaches are the worst things for our hair, especially when we dye it so often. You should actually leave around 2 months before putting anymore colour on to give your hair chance to fully repair.
Do have your hair cut regularly
Again, pretty obvious and you’ve probably already read this a thousand times but your hair needs it! Every time your hair grows a bit, your dead ends snap off & create even more dead ends so your hair will not grow, having a trim to cut off them ends will really help to let your hair grow, plus it look so much healthier after a good cut.
Don’t over wear extensions
When I was younger, you’d never see me without my extensions, and I had no idea how much damage that was doing to my hair, and the fact that they were clip in made it so much more worse. So if you do love your extensions, don’t wear them on a daily basis, be extra gentle when removing them & treat your hair with strengthening & repair masques as much as you can!
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