Many of us find ourselves in a hair care routine that ain’t doing it’s job. Maybe we were taught by someone who has a different type of hair, or maybe we simply took a guess on how to care for our hair. Either way, you’re probably not treating your hair the right way. Don’t worry, I can give you a few words of advice that’ll make sure you never have a bad hair day again.
Are you one of those lucky girls who have curly hair? If so, congratulations. Here are a few things you should know when it comes to how to care for it. First of all, curly hair drys out a lot faster than other types of hair. This could be one of the reasons why it knots so easily. A great step to take in order to reduce the amount of dryness is to use a quality conditioner. Preferably one that’s designed for curly hair, as it will add ingredients that’ll help define them.
People with curly hair shouldn’t wash their hair when they don’t have to. All shampoos strip your hair of its natural moisture. I understand you can’t skip the wash if you’re going somewhere. If you’re just hanging around the house, it’s okay to skip a wash though. Brush your hair well, and make sure you have a nice amount of leave on conditioner, that way it won’t get knotted from you skipping a part of your beauty routine.
Have straight and sassy hair? If so, then you probably need to know a few things about caring for that. First of all, the key to making sure your straight hair looks great is the magical weapon of the brush. Brushing strait hair won’t make it puffy like it does to curly and wavy hair. It will help stimulate natural oil production in your scalp and give your hair a shiny look. You should show off those long, straight locks by using hair care products that’s specifically made for straight hair. Impress people with how even and straight your hair is.
Make sure you frequently get trims. When you have straight hair, it’s a lot more obvious when your hair isn’t even. It doesn’t matter whether you get the trim at the most exclusive salon in town, or at Walmart. The only thing that matters is that each strand is the same length, unless of course you’re into layered hairstyles.
African American Hair
Ethnic hair can be very hard to care for. I’d recommend going to the beauty salon to get treatments. Your hair needs more moisture than those with European hair. Make sure you’re under the dryer at least once a month.
Also, don’t look for unrealistic goals. Ethnic hair doesn’t need to look like European hair, and is quite beautiful in it’s own right. When we straighten and dye our hair, we sometimes end up damaging it. Keep this at a minimum if you care about the health of your beautiful and unique strands.
Short hair’s really easy to care for. There are a few things you should know if you’re looking to grow out your hair though. First of all, you should brush your hair out often. This will stimulate the hair follicles, and allow for your hair to grow faster. You should also use a product with tea tree oil. It will make your hair strong, and will keep it clean. Mane ’N Tail is also a great product for those of us looking to grow their hair out.
Many people agree that getting constant trims allows your hair to grow faster. This could just be due to the fact that your hairs healthier when you get trims. It could also be due to a stimulation effect when your hairs cut. Some people believe that your hair gets a cue to regenerate itself. Let them know you’re looking to grow your hair out, then they won’t cut off to much.
If you like your hair short, which I for one think is pretty cute, then you should get layers. Short hair really does work as a frame when it’s at least neck length. Make that frame beautiful and interesting by having your hairs cut at different lengths. It will highlight your pretty face, while looking great on it’s own.
Have coarse, hard to manage, especially curly hair? This is hard to manage. There are products that can remove the denseness you’re suffering from. Remember, a lot of girls would love to have full locks like yours, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to minimize. If you’re looking to avoid knots, you should make sure that you run a comb through your hair. Make sure every strand is properly separated, that way, they won’t combine and become an issue.
It’s also wise to use leave in conditioner everyday. It doesn’t take course hair very long to knot, so you should always make sure it’s lubricated. There are some advantages to having thick strands. They are a lot better at holding styles, like if you want to curl or straiten your hair. They are also harder to damage when you do.
Are you one of those girls with baby soft, thin strands? If so, i’m sure it’s fun to touch. I know volume can be an issue with girls when they have thin strands. If you’re looking for fullness, use products that’ll lift up the roots. These are easy to spot, all you need to look for is a product that says it gives hair volume. You can also blow dry your hair out so it looks fuller. Curling your hair is another way to increase it’s volume.
I hope you’ve found the piece of advise that speaks to you, and your hair type. I know it took me a while to get my hair routine down. Once you have great hair, you have a great sense of confidence. Make sure you’re treating your hair with the respect it deserves.