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Hair Care

Taking care of your hair and maintaining that wonderful and healthy look can be hard work. Just as you need to take care of your skin, looking after your hair is just as important if you want to look your best, but also if you want it to age well with the rest of you. If you are looking for some new haircare tips for maintaining your hair health, you might want to check out the advice below.


#1 Brush it Every Day

Using a regular hair brush every day can make hair fall out faster, but if you invest in a boar bristle brush, it is a completely different story. It increases the blood circulation in the scalp, as well as creating less friction, helping your roots to become stronger and maintaining good health.


#2 Conditioner Every Time

If you use conditioner every time you wash your hair, it will strengthen and nourish the roots as well as the scalp. This prevents further damage from occurring, but also means that you end up with a healthier head of hair. Interestingly, it can also boost growth rates if you are looking to grow your hair.


#3 Get Good Protein in Your Diet

This is so important, as protein is why your hair is so strong and thick. It is an essential thing to have in your diet, and ensuring you are getting enough is the best way to maintain your hair health. It can be found in things like eggs and meat, as well as nuts and seeds. If you want hair that looks and feels good, make sure you are getting all the right nutrients.


#4 Careful When Drying Hair

Wrapping your hair in a towel on your head is not good for it. It’s an easy option once you have finished washing your hair, but not the right one. In addition to rubbing it, the process causes a lot of friction, which can damage hair and lead to multiple strands falling out. Using a microfibre towel creates less friction, and are also way more absorbent so that it dries faster.


#5 Don’t Blow Dry Every Time

Your hairdryer is not always your friend, and if you use one every time you wash your hair, then this is definitely the case. Make sure you let your hair dry naturally regularly, as the heat from a hair dryer can cause damage and breakages in your hair, as well as make it brittle over time. Sometimes, drying it off with a microfibre towel is your best option.


#6 Use Argan Oil

Argan oil is not just another trend looking to make you spend masses of cash. In fact, it is a great oil that can really help to maintain the health of your hair. It can make it shiny and soft, as well as strong, all without those nasty sticky (and greasy) after-effects that come with so many oils.


#7 Use Treatments for Your Hair

We don’t always have the money for the professional treatments from the hairdresser, but you can buy plenty of affordable option to use at home. Make sure you take the time to stock up on treatments for your hair so that it can be nourished and moisturised on a regular basis. It will save you time and money, but also leave your hair shiny, gorgeous, and ready for action at all times.


#8 Visit the Hairdresser Regularly

Keeping your hair trimmed, even if it is only the ends, ensures that dead ends and broken strands are dealt with quickly. This leaves your hair a lot healthier, and helps you to stay on top of things. It can also promote growth, which is great if you want to get your hair longer in a faster manner.


To Conclude

As we said before, it is not the easiest job in the world to take care of your hair, but it is also not impossible. By taking the advice we have given you, you are sure to be left with some amazing looking hair that leaves you feeling really good about yourself. Soft and luscious, you are sure to love everything these tips have to offer when it comes to caring for your mane.

Francesca Jaques is the author and editor of, Beauty therapist by day and writer by night. She reviews every hair product available, finding the best of the best and giving you all the tips possible to make life easier for you. For hairstyle ideas, tips and reviews, you can find them on her FacebookInstagram,and Twitter.



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