When you’re on holiday wash your hair under cold water before you take a dip in the pool. As your hair can only absorb so much water so by washing it with fresh water first you’re limiting the amount of damaging chlorine it can absorb.I always smother my hair in a moisturising mask that protects against chlorinated and salt water too as I hate dry hair on holiday!
Use a raw egg paste to strengthen hair.
Use sun protection for your hair – YOU’LL have radiant hair instead of a dry fizxy mess
Try to let your hair ‘air dry’ as much as you can to prevent heat damage 🙂
Use a heat protection serum before using a dryer or tongs etc
If you rinse your hair with cool water it will shine more
If you have thick hair like mine as its natural red and tends to frizz after shampoo comb conditioner through ,leave for30 minutes before rinsing . It makes a difference
Use a little bit of Argan oil after every wash
Using apple cider vinegar with a bit of water after washing leaves your hair nice and shiny.
Always condition your hair even if you don’t shampoo it, especially if you have curly hair.
I use a baby shampoo first on the roots of my hair to prevent grease and since starting this routine it has cut down any oil build up and any flaking to the scalp too.
I follow the baby shampoo with shampoo and conditioner as normal-Using a 10 pence piece sized drop of each to apply to my hair even though it is very long.
a weekly egg white mask followed by a cold water rinse keeps my hair healthy and happy!
Coconut oil is great for dry hair. I often massage it into my scalp.
Leave conditioner on for an hour after washing and it improves the condition x
I warm a little bit of olive oil in the microwave and use it as a hot oil treatment.
I try to let my hair dry naturally so that it doesn’t get damaged by the heat of the hair dryer.
I let my hair dry naturally to avoid damaging it.
I find rinsing with cold water gives my hair a nice shine!
Rinse with cold water and if straightening hair always use heat protection spray x
don’t use heated styling. give your hair a good deep conditioner once a month
Always finish with a cold rinse to make hair shine
Never go to bed with wet hair, it will go ‘kinky’
Dry your hair on a cotton shirt rather than towel drying – less damage
My hair is very frizzy and fly away after washing, so I use a serum to give it a glossy look and feel when dry.
Every now and again do not use conditioner and you will find that your hair has more volume!
I have a weekly coconut oil hair mask to repair my hair and make it grow ?
Coconut oil or olive oil work wonders as deep, moisturising conditioners, and at least one of them can be found in most kitchens
Put raw egg are you hair and leave it for 2o minutes, its makes your hair shiny and soft.
spray conditioner in between washes, aussie hair care is best
I’m a great believer in allowing hair o dry naturally, rather than use a hair dryer as I think it loads better for your hair.
i always comb and style when wet otherwise it just frizzes
Coconut oil can work miracles on dry brittle hair and make it shiny!
Always use conditioner especially if you have dry hair
About once a month, use a shampoo specifically designed to strip out all the old products that remain on your hair and make it dull.
Head massage with coconut oil makes my hair shine.
Always use heat protection spray on your hair before using heat styling tools x
Find a good hairdresser and stick with them as they gradually get to know the best way to cut and style your hair.
I swear by pure coconut oil
Always comb long hair when you’ve put conditioner in – it really helps reduce the tangles to deal with afterwards!
I always rinse my hair off with cold water and put on a leave in conditioner once a wekk
I use a seaweed based shampoo and conditioner which helps hair to grow, and leaves it in a lovely healthy condition 🙂 x
i try to leae my hair as long as possible between washes, as its dyed, every so often i put a mix of olive oil and warm water on my hair, leave for an hour or to, shampoo twice, condition and leaves my hair soft xx
Dont use hairspray
Look after your general health with adequate nutrients in your diet. This will help your hair remain glossy and thick.
Don’t use too much shampoo and conditioner – your hair will be easier to manage and because you use less, it saves you money and it’s better for the environment, too!
these brushes are just so beautiful. I can’t pick between them. lovely – thanks for the chance 🙂
coconut oil makes a great deep conditioner
Try and have a weekly conditioning mask treatment. Hotel shower caps are fantastic for home treatments
don’t wash hair everyday. Leave it every other day and use dry shampoo between washes if you need to.
I’ve just started using solid shampoo bars to help reduce the amount of plastic we use & they are great for your hair. I’ve always suffered from a sensitive scalp and get outbreaks of dandruff if I change shampoo but I’ve been using the shampoo for a few weeks now with no flare ups and my hair feels lovely.
Always apply heat protection spray to your hair before heat styling it.
Dont condition your hair every wash as it makes your hair too flyaway, only condition every other wash
try and let your hair dry natural and have days when you don’t use the straighteners to give your hair a rest from all the heat
Leave conditioner on for quite a while is moisturises for scalp
Warm coconut oil and use once a month as an intensive hair mask.
Do not wash hair with hot water 🙂
Over all years I have used a variety of brands:- Alternating, as wondered if constantly using same product may strip hair of particular nutrients / chemicals. Whether that was a possibility or not, my hair was shiny and in good company with people commenting on such, and asking what shampoo, hair products I used.
If you straighten straight after a blow dry – the straightness (if that’s even a word) lasts longer!
If your hair looks greasy put some talcum powder on it
use dry shampoo to liven up your fringe
I once watched a consumer programme on the science behind haircare products and the outcome was that it is worth investing in good quality products to keep hair healthy if you can afford them.
I think dry shampoo is a great invention for when you just don’t have time to wash and dry your hair properly!
Try not to use too much shampoo – it can strip your hair of all its moisture. Use a conditioner suited to your hair length and type, and try to limit using heated appliances on it.
You should always use heat protection spray on your hair before using heat styling tools to prevent damage to your hair x
I always give my hair a cold rinse after washing and it keeps it extra shiny
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