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Easy Hair Care Tips for Men

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Taking into consideration the importance of healthy hair in life it seems very necessary to take care of maintenance of hair. The quality, strength and beauty of hair can be preserved only by following some hair care tips. Although the hair of women are the focus of specialists but hair care for men has equal importance as that of women. There are many hare care tips for men that can make their hair healthy and beautiful.

Men usually dry their hair with towel that damages their hair. When hair are wet, they are weaker so there are greater chances of loss of hair when they are rubbed with towel. Wet hair should not be brushed instead wide-toothed comb can be used to remove tangles from hair. The hair should not be washed with very hot water because it removes oil from the scalp and makes the scalp dry. Chemical treatments can damage the hair so it is better to consult a trained professional because only experts can give useful suggestions for the maintenance of hair. A shampoo of good quality can be helpful for maintaining the moisture of the hair thus making them shiny and smooth.

A healthy life style is also important for the healthy growth of hair. Proper diet, proper sleep and plenty of water is required by the body to keep all systems well and to keep hair maintained. Men should trim their hair frequently in order to keep them healthy. There are some conditioners and serums available in the markets that can be helpful for hair of the men. A healthy scalp is the key to beautiful and healthy hair so it is necessary to keep the scalp healthy by protecting it from the heat of the sun. Massage can also make the scalp of men healthy thus promoting the health of the hair. Dandruff can be very problematic for men that creates embarrassing situation so dandruff treatment can be effective for this problem. Baldness is the major problem of men so they should try to treat this condition with the help of different products and techniques.

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Summer Hair Care Tips

Monday, June 13th, 2011

With summer just around the corner, it’s time to shake off the winter blues and enjoy the sun as much as you can before the cold sets in again. School and college students would particularly look forward to this time off from the hectic schedule of studies. Summer means lazing around, long hours at the beach, or playing sports with friends. Wouldn’t it be great if you could also have great looking hair throughout all this?

Summer hair care is all about keeping your hair hydrated, avoiding extended exposure to the sun, and keeping off from using excessive styling products. A lot of people tend to forget that the summer requires its very own care regimen, one that is quite different from how you would treat your hair in the winter. While winters are notorious for drying out hair, even summers can do so, what with the excessive heat and sun.

Use Protection
It is of prime importance that you use optimal protection when going out. If you have long hair, this means keeping it covered, or wearing it in buns, ponytails, etc. to avoid exposing your hair completely to the sun. Men can keep their hair protected by wearing hats.
There are hair specific protective sunscreens available on the market these days. These sunscreens should be applied 20-30 minutes before you go out in the sun and washed away afterwards. If you plan to spend long hours under direct sunlight, such as at the beach or playing sports, then a hair sunscreen is highly recommended.

On the topic of protection: if you are using hats, make sure that they fit snugly and are washed periodically. Hats are one garment that few people take the time to wash regularly, leading to buildup of sweat, dirt and grime. All this can play havoc with your scalp’s sebaceous glands (the ones responsible for secreting oil), leading to excessively greasy hair. So remember to wash your hats frequently if you plan to wear them regularly.

Hydrate

One bit of universal advice that is also applicable when it comes to summer hair care: drink plenty of water. You can never go wrong with drinking extra water, so whenever you can, grab a glass or two. Don’t limit yourself to the 8 glasses a day usually recommended. Drink 12, 16, 20, or even 40 glasses – extra water in your body will never hurt you, particularly in summers.

Besides drinking plenty of water, also make sure that your hair gets its daily hydration. This means using a high quality conditioner suited to your hair type. When it comes to choosing hair conditioners, experiment a lot with different brands to find the one that suits you perfectly. Pick up a few sample packs and try them over the span of a month. Keep in mind that pricier does not always have to mean better; often, cheaper conditioners might turn out to be much better than their expensive counterparts.

It is also a very good idea to use a hair moisturizer regularly. Apply the moisturizer at night and wash it off in the morning. Make it a part of your daily summer hair care regimen.
While we are on the subject of hydration and hair care for summer, remember to always use cold water for washing your hair. I know it is a foregone conclusion, but the importance of NOT using warm water for washing hair (as it strips the hair of moisture) can never be emphasized enough.

Other Summer Hair Care Tips
Always wear a cap if you are going out for swimming. Always wash your hair after you’ve taken a swim. Avoid heating your hair through flat-irons or curling-irons – it can lead to long term damage to your hair.

Also try to avoid excessive styling products, especially the ones containing alcohol and paraffin gel. Buy some natural, organic products instead. They may be slightly more expensive, but provide much better returns in the form of healthier hair.

Hair care for the summer essentially involves keeping the hair protected from the harsh sun, and keeping it hydrated and moisturized. Follow the above tips, and you will have gorgeous, shiny hair that will be the envy of everybody.

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Conditioners for Naturally Curly Hair Care

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

It is right to say that hair care is incomplete till you wash your hair with shampoo and condition them properly after shampooing. Conditioners add shine to the hair and protect them from getting dry and damaged. Conditioners for multiracial hair care are formulated with natural humectants, organic moisturizers, and curl enhancers. They are specially made for naturally curly hair care and help making the curly locks easy to manage and style.   

As, shampoo is necessary to remove all impurities of hair, similarly conditioners are important to give the curly hair a natural shine and healthy look. Multiracial hair care conditioners protect hair from getting entangled and make them easy to comb. Use deep conditioners for naturally curly hair care as they provide extreme hydration. Conditioning helps in maintaining the perfect balance of essential natural oils in scalp.

To make the curly hair healthy and beautiful, it is important to understand what kind of multiracial hair care conditioner you require. If you have damaged curly hair then you must use protein rich conditioner as a part of your naturally curly hair care regime. If you have dry curly hair then it is better for you to use moisturizing or intensive conditioners. The ones who have oily curly hair are advised to use any normal oil free conditioner.  

Types of Multiracial Hair Care Conditioners

There are many types of conditioners available for naturally curly hair care and each type is used differently.

•    The pack conditioners are heavy and thick in consistency that has higher content of surfactants. They are able to bind to the hair structure and glue the hair surface together. The user is required to apply and keep the conditioner to the hair for longer duration. They tend to make thicker layers on the hair surface.

•    The second type of conditioners is known as leave in conditioners. This conditioner type is thinner and is required to be used in small quantity. The difference between leave in conditioners and pack conditioners is same as the difference between fats and oils.

•    Third type of conditioners is called ordinary conditioners that combine the qualities of both pack and leave in conditioners. The last type of conditioners is called hold conditioners which holds hair in desired shape. It serves the function and has same composition like diluted hair gels.

Benefits of conditioners for Naturally Curly Hair Care

Conditioning is a perfect way to give complete nourishment to your curly hair. It helps to protect your hair from getting coarse and dry. The conditioners help the dull and dry hair attain natural shine and healthy look that increases your self esteem and personality. Avoid using conditioners directly on your scalp as it may contribute to common hair problem called dandruff. Use conditioners on the tips and length of hair for best results. Avoid rubbing on your scalp as rubbing the conditioners on scalp can result in itchy scalp and mild irritation.

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Natural Hair Care Products, black hair care tips, hair extensions, human hair wigs

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

Indian wavy hair has established itself as the premiere product for creating hairstyles. While Indian human hair for hair extensions is marketed under different commercial packages like Indian Remy hair, or Indian hair bulk, the fact remains that all Indian hair is slightly wavy and neither perfectly straight like the hair from mongoloid people, nor tightly curly as the hair from African origin. Indian wavy hair flows in long and short waves and what is termed Indian straight hair is actually hair with barely noticeable undulations.

Indian wavy hair is the best for shaping and styling since it can be easily straightened, curled, or shaped, to fit the hairstylist’s imagination. Something, that is far more difficult to achieve with tight curly hair or perfectly straight hair. In fact, celebrity hair stylist Jason Wilkerson whose client list includes names like Angelina Jolie, Nicole Richie, and Lindsay Lohan, recently described Indian wavy hair as the “Rolls Royce of hair extensions” when discussing the line applied on Paula Abdul in the first season of “American Idol”

Indian wavy hair stands out from the crowd of hair extensions and is appreciated by hair stylists because it can be easily dyed and installed at various lengths to perfectly blend with the user’s original hair. Users love Indian wavy hair extensions for the reason that they merge perfectly with existing hair and lasts easily up to four months, a sufficient time before going for the next haircut.

Indian wavy hair is also popular as it can be remodeled easily to match the hair of women from all races. Indian wavy hair extensions do not come loose or create problems even if the user regularly swims in them or uses common appliances like hair dryers or wants to flat iron them. Actually, Indian wavy hair bonded to the original scalp hair with keratin glue and heat, stays until the user decides to remove them.

In contrast, European human hair has lesser follicle density and has a more oval cross section. European human hair is prized because the individual strands are on an average thicker than the Indian variety and even hair stylists with lesser skills can easily combine European human hair with the hair of clients having European origin.

However, adding even the best human hair extensions doesn’t relieve you from the requirements of taking care of your hair, and especially with extensions, maintenance becomes a major consideration. The good news is that with Indian wavy hair extensions, natural hair care products, or black hair care products (if the hair color is black) work perfectly. This solves the problem of conducting different maintenance regimes for different parts of the hairstyle, one for the natural hair with natural hair care products, and another for the extensions with products designed especially for them. Indian women, the source for the prized Indian wavy hair, usually have black colored hair and use black hair care products that are traditional, organic, and of herbal origin.

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Hair Care Tips for Black Women! How to Care for Your Colored Hair.

Monday, May 16th, 2011

Coloring your hair can damage it, especially when you have a relaxer in your hair. To color your hair make sure you follow the directions on the box of the hair color product. If you have a perm in your hair you should wait two weeks after you have perm your hair to dye it.

Since you have two different chemicals in your hair, your hair will need special treatment to it like extra or stronger conditioning. What I like to use in my hair after I have dye it is a hot oil treatment. It penetrates the scalp and strengthens your locks against heat and chemical damage.

After I dye my hair I do not put any heat on it. I let it air dry, if you don’t have time to do this then I guess you will be blowing drying it. While it’s drying I massage oil moisturizer into my hair and scalp combo it and put it into a pony tail or wear it down with a scarf. You can also wrap your hair too!

You don’t want to put high heat on your hair since you’ve just colored it. So I use a low to medium heat setting on my flat irons to straighten and style it. Lighter hair colors can weaken it and are more likely to frizz up and become brittle, so especially use low to medium heat on lighter color hair like a golden blonde for instance.

After a week I use a hot oil treatment again like Queen Helen. I love her oil treatments they make my hair look so fresh and healthy. Every week I deep condition my hair to keep it full of life and luster.

Before bed if you don’t forget it is always beneficial to wear a satin cap or scarf to protect your hair from dryness and breakage from the pillow when your sleep. Wearing a scarf will keep your hair tamed and smoother looking.

The sun is bursting with all kinds of damaging rays light that not only causes harm to the skin but also to your hair. So, if you have to be in the sun a lot try wearing a hat or stylish scarf sometimes to protect your head. The sun can suck the life out of your tresses. Make sure you use hair spray oil sheen with sunscreen in it, this will also keep it moisturize and prevent heat damage from the sun.

Every week I use a conditioning shampoo, my favorite is Pantene for colored women. This shampoo softens, strengthens, and restores your hair to its natural radiance. Well that’s all of the tips that I have, they work so well for me and I hope they work great for you too! Make sure you take care of your hair as if you would take care of your face, with special care and the results will speak for their self.

Related article: Hair care Tips for Black Women; How To Strengthen & Grow Your Hair Longer

 

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Summer Hair Care Tips – How to have a Gorgeous Head of Hair in Summers?

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

With summer just around the corner, it’s time to shake off the winter blues and enjoy the sun as much as you can before the cold sets in again. School and college students would particularly look forward to this time off from the hectic schedule of studies. Summer means lazing around, long hours at the beach, or playing sports with friends. Wouldn’t it be great if you could also have great looking hair throughout all this?

Summer hair care is all about keeping your hair hydrated, avoiding extended exposure to the sun, and keeping off from using excessive styling products. A lot of people tend to forget that the summer requires its very own care regimen, one that is quite different from how you would treat your hair in the winter. While winters are notorious for drying out hair, even summers can do so, what with the excessive heat and sun.

Use Protection
It is of prime importance that you use optimal protection when going out. If you have long hair, this means keeping it covered, or wearing it in buns, ponytails, etc. to avoid exposing your hair completely to the sun. Men can keep their hair protected by wearing hats.
There are hair specific protective sunscreens available on the market these days. These sunscreens should be applied 20-30 minutes before you go out in the sun and washed away afterwards. If you plan to spend long hours under direct sunlight, such as at the beach or playing sports, then a hair sunscreen is highly recommended.

On the topic of protection: if you are using hats, make sure that they fit snugly and are washed periodically. Hats are one garment that few people take the time to wash regularly, leading to buildup of sweat, dirt and grime. All this can play havoc with your scalp’s sebaceous glands (the ones responsible for secreting oil), leading to excessively greasy hair. So remember to wash your hats frequently if you plan to wear them regularly.

Hydrate

One bit of universal advice that is also applicable when it comes to summer hair care: drink plenty of water. You can never go wrong with drinking extra water, so whenever you can, grab a glass or two. Don’t limit yourself to the 8 glasses a day usually recommended. Drink 12, 16, 20, or even 40 glasses – extra water in your body will never hurt you, particularly in summers.

Besides drinking plenty of water, also make sure that your hair gets its daily hydration. This means using a high quality conditioner suited to your hair type. When it comes to choosing hair conditioners, experiment a lot with different brands to find the one that suits you perfectly. Pick up a few sample packs and try them over the span of a month. Keep in mind that pricier does not always have to mean better; often, cheaper conditioners might turn out to be much better than their expensive counterparts.

It is also a very good idea to use a hair moisturizer regularly. Apply the moisturizer at night and wash it off in the morning. Make it a part of your daily summer hair care regimen.
While we are on the subject of hydration and hair care for summer, remember to always use cold water for washing your hair. I know it is a foregone conclusion, but the importance of NOT using warm water for washing hair (as it strips the hair of moisture) can never be emphasized enough.

Other Summer Hair Care Tips
Always wear a cap if you are going out for swimming. Always wash your hair after you’ve taken a swim. Avoid heating your hair through flat-irons or curling-irons – it can lead to long term damage to your hair.

Also try to avoid excessive styling products, especially the ones containing alcohol and paraffin gel. Buy some natural, organic products instead. They may be slightly more expensive, but provide much better returns in the form of healthier hair.

Hair care for the summer essentially involves keeping the hair protected from the harsh sun, and keeping it hydrated and moisturized. Follow the above tips, and you will have gorgeous, shiny hair that will be the envy of everybody.

 

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What Do You Mean by Natural & Organic Hair Care Products?

Friday, April 22nd, 2011
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Organic products are very much different from natural hair care products. Although people have a general notion that they are pretty same. Natural hair care products do not have amalgamated soaps, softeners and perfumes and are least superficial. They are blend with superficial preservatives in order to keep it in a good condition.

Organic hair products are composed without any kind of integration. All these products are made without pesticides, chemical compounds, fertilizers, synthetic preservatives, fungicides, colors and things consisting of irradiated products. So there is no chance of any side effects from use of such products.

The natural products are devoid of superficial products and yet produced and suitable for hair. These products are long lasting and also have the surety of being effective.

Organic products can do wonders to your hair because they provide the necessary nutrients to the hair. As these products are free from any kind of superficial preservatives these are valuable for your hair and they also do not have any kind of side effects. Now it’s up to you that whether you want to select natural hair care products or the organic ones.

Natural and organic hair care products comprise shampoos, anti-tangling lotions, styling gels, creams etc.

What are the Natural Hair Care Products?

Your hair becomes robust, smooth, silky and dirt free with natural hair products. Innumerable companies are involved in producing such hair care products. You must confirm the integrity and reliability of the company and not purchase the product in a hurry. Also take into account the opinion of some people who have used these products as an evidence of the benefits of the product. If the people were not quite contended with their effects then do not go for these products. For example, any well known hair care company uses blue camomlie, Shea butter and Aloe Vera extracts for making its product. These wash the hair tidily and make it smooth and controllable. Shea butter improves the strength of the hair and Aloe Vera extracts make the hair soft and glossy and also enhancing the hair texture.

One who doesn’t know his hair kind can go for natural hair care shampoo consisting coconut oil, Aloe Vera, soy proteins(hydrolyzed), Carrageenan, linoleic acid, because that suits all hair qualities. These rejuvenate one’s hair and give it a new lease of life. Shampoos consisting of Rosa oil, Aloe, Honeysuckle oil, Mistletoe, Gingko, Angelica, Macadamia oil, Sage oil, Chrysanthemum, Vegetable Glycerin, Linoleic acid, and Coltsfoot and horsetail extracts are useful for people having dry hair and yet interested in hair care products. These make the hair hydrated and make the hair smooth and silky.

Rosa oil moisturizes and helps it to be in a good condition because it can add nutritional value. Aloe Vera provides the moisture content which had been missing and Honeysuckle gives the hair a flowery fragrance.

What are the Organic Hair Care Products?

Organic products have become popular because of the presence of artificial preservatives in hair care products. Oily hair can be conditioned well with the use of organic shampoos made of Henna. Another product which makes the hair stronger and tidier and also revives it, is organic shampoo made up of olive leaves, nasturtium.

This is true for colored hair too. Extracts of olive leaves repairs, moisturizes, enriches and preserves hair quality. Nasturtium helps in healing the hair. Honey again, humidifies and gives the hair a shinning glow.

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The Seven Deadly Hair Care Sins

Monday, April 11th, 2011

We all know that hair can go wrong. Horribly wrong. And we have all come across a photograph of ourselves with what can only be described as a style atrocity ensconced on our usually fashionable head.

While most of us know when our hair has gone wrong, sometimes it not so clear why. Sometimes, we call these abominations bad hair days – as though the bad hair were inevitable or an act of God.

But we can tell you the truth that virtually all badly behaving hair can be traced back to inappropriate hair care or styling, somewhere along the line. For the purposes of this article, we will be calling these mistreatments the seven deadly hair care sins. Ignore the seven deadly sins at your peril.

Hair care sin 1: Slavishly Following Trends

Just because it is in, does not mean it will suit you. The best hairstyle for you will depend on your age, face shape, hair type and other factors it will not change with the fashions. A better option is, once you have found the right haircut for you, to keep it fresh and contemporary by varying the texture, the highlights or making small changes in the styling.

Hair care sin 2: Choosing an Impossibly High Maintenance Cut

The cut might have looked amazing in the magazine or even when you were sitting in the stylists chair, but if it takes three hours to prepare then it isnt practical for every-day wear (unless you are a fairytale princess). Make sure your stylist knows you want to be able to maintain your hairstyle easily or you could be in for a lengthy and complex hair care routine.

Hair care sin 3: Not Knowing What You Want

If you do your research before reaching the hairdresser, you are far more likely to be happy with your hair in a few days or a few weeks time. Many people expect their stylist to pick the perfect cut for them, but nobody knows what you want more than you do. As long as you can give a basic idea to the stylist of what you are after (pictures from hair care magazines can help), then they can make sure the final cut is flattering and maintainable for you.

Hair care sin 4: Being a Celeb Hair Stalker

Celebrities have their own stylists, sometimes on hand 24 hours a day, as well as thousands of pounds to spend on the very best cosmetics, hair care products and tools. While celebrities might lead the way in hair fashions, its quite likely that the precise look worn by Cheryl or Posh will be tricky to maintain and you might be better off with a more toned down or maintainable version.

Hair care sin 5: Using the Wrong Tools

There is a huge array of hair styling tools available on the market today, from top-of-the-range blow dryers to the ubiquitous but highly usable ghd straighteners, but using the wrong tools for your hair can lead to a hair care disaster. Ask your stylist to recommend the kind of hair care tools you should be using and to demonstrate the techniques needed for them to work well.

Hair care sin 6: Abusing Your Hair Styling Products

Overdoing it with sprays, gels and mousses can cause product build-up and lead to badly behaving hair. This is particularly the case if you use cheaper products which contain more processed and unnatural ingredients.

Hair care sin 7: Buying Mediocre Hair Care Products

One of the best pieces of advice a hair stylist will give you is to buy professional hair care products. While salon hair products may seem expensive, you will need to use less of them because they contain better and more concentrated ingredients, so each bottle should last a very long time. Professional hair products are better for your hair in the long run as they do not leave a nasty residue which will build up over time, as cheaper hair care products might. Salon hair products will also improve the condition of your hair over time with naturally conditioning ingredients.

 

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Hair Care at Home

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Long silky beautiful hair is every girl’s asset, but we all face great difficulty to retain the charm of our hair. Beautiful hair is a blessing but hair problem is a curse. Hair care tips create magic and turn our lifeless hair magically beautiful. Many of us are not aware of the Hair care regimen that can be undertaken which is beneficial for the growth, length and texture of hair.

Tips for hair care vary from person to person as the hair texture of each and every person is different. Some of the well-know tips include regularly oiling hair before bath, application of hair conditioner after washing hair, trimming hair to remove split ends, head massage for blood circulation in the head and tying the hair in a ponytail or braid to avoid unwanted hair breakage and hair fall.

Hair Problems

There are different types of hair problems which a girl has to grow through. Often you will find due to extreme problems you have had to cut your tresses with a heavy heart. But you can avoid that by taking daily care of your hair. Some common problems which woman face are hair loss, dandruff, rough and dry hair, and split ends. The reason behind these problems can be varied. Unhealthy diet, pollution, excess of natural oil and undernourished hair are the possible reasons your hair is turning lifeless. If you are out in the sun for too long then that can also be a harmful factor for your hair problems. Use a bandana to cover your hair so that it stays protected. Another very common problem one faces is itchy scalp. This may be due to bile reflux, stress, sweat and allergic reactions.

Hair Care at Home

Nowadays there is a sudden rise in the number of parlor and salons. But earlier people used to do their beauty treatments at home only. One does not have enough money to visit the salon to get hair care treatments done. So instead of visiting your nearest salon use some natural hair care remedies which would help you to obtain natural beautiful hair. Boil neem leaves in water and then let the water cool down and then strain the neem leaves. Then rinse your hair with that water. You can mix honey and fresh ginger and store it and then have 1 teaspoon everyday for lustrous hair. You can grind some jasmine roots and pour some lemon juice in the mixture. Use the mixture to wash your hair and scalp. Ensure that your diet contains green vegetables, salads, fruits, milk, and soybean. Another effective hair care tip which you can apply at home is black beans and fenugreek paste two – three times a week.

Hair Care Tips

Agents such as, hair coloring, dandruff and harmful chemicals used in the hair care products damage the hair and causes excess hair fall and makes hair dull and rough. Hair care does not necessarily mean costly trips to the hair salon and undergoing hair treatment. Natural hair care tips, home hair care remedies and various natural and herbal products are of great help when you want to retain the bounce and shine of your hair. The natural hair care products and hair beauty remedies are not harmful to hair. Instead it retains the natural sheen of the hair and improves its hair texture. Here are some quick tips on hair care, which will surely be helpful to you.

* Vinegar mixed in warm water also makes nice conditioner for hair. This will add bounce to your hair and will give it a look full of life.
* Mixture of egg white, 2 teaspoons of castor oil, 1 tsp of glycerin can be applied on hair and scalp. It should be kept for some time and then rinsed off.
* Make a paste of besan and apply it on your hair, keep it for an hour and then wash it with the water drained from cooked rice. After some time, rinse well with a mild shampoo.
* It is great to massage castor oil in the hair as it helps in speedy hair growth.
* Washing hair with tea liquor once a week conditions the hair and leaves it shining.
* Camphor mixed in coconut is also a great remedy to combat dandruff.
* Use of curd before shampoo can be beneficial as it acts as a moisturizer to your hair. Apply the yoghurt for an hour and then use a mild shampoo to wash it off. And see how your hair gets a new lease of life.
* Use of diluted lemon juice can help in the reduction of dandruff.
* Do not shampoo your hair everyday it will make your hair rough and dry. Thrice every week is ideal for shampooing your hair.
* When blow drying your hair use your fingers to untangle the knots before using your comb.
* For graying hair you can use a solution of gooseberry which should be boiled in four cups of water. Add a pinch of sugar and continue boiling it. Make the mixture so that the quantity is equal to one cup. Then add two cups of mehandi, lemon juice, and egg along with gooseberry solution. Apply this mixture on hair and then wash it after two hours.
* For healthy and shining hair you can condition your hair with beer, curd, and egg.
* A very important tip for controlling hair loss and thinning is to boil a few hibiscus flowers and coconut oil and then with the filtered water wash your hair.
* Trim your hair every two months to get rid of split ends so that your hair grows long and strong.
* Go for scalp massages as it induces blood circulation which helps in hair growth.

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Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

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