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 Posted: Fri May 29th, 2015 01:44 am
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what should you do to make sure that your locks stay healthy, shiny and strong?  human hair lokshair tell you 10 essential "must dos" of great hair care. Hair care dos
1. Use the right products for your specific hair type. If you're hair is damaged, dry or color treated, use products formulated to repair this damage and add much-needed shine and resiliency. On the other hand, if your hair is oily, use a deep-cleansing shampoo and light conditioner to keep your hair looking its best. The right products should be at the base of your care routine.
2. Get a trim every 6 to 8 weeks as part of your regular routine. Even if you are growing your hair longer, it is still vital to make a routine trim a major part of your care routine. Snipping ends before they split will keep your hair looking healthy and save you hair care headaches in the end.
3. Protect your hair with products that contain sunscreen.
4. Shampoo your hair only when it is dirty. Contrary to popular belief, you do not need to shampoo daily. Doing so can make it dry and hard to work with.
5. Turn to a professional for all of your hair styling and care needs. Yes, yogibear beauticians and friends do not cost as much as putting your hair care needs in the hands of a qualified professional, but they often result in blunders that end up costing you more money than if you went to the salon in the first place.
6. Use professional conditioning hair coloring systems. There are many coloring systems on the market, and the ones you choose can have a great impact on your hair care costs. Simply put: choose a system that causes minimal damage and conditions hair as it colors. This will save you money when it comes to conditioning products.
7. Stick with one chemical service. In order to keep your hair as healthy as it can be, ask your hair professional to recommend only one chemical service: color or perm. By only using the service that is perfect for your particular style and needs, you will ensure that your hair stays healthier.
8. Add Texture. By adding texture to your style, through perm or cut, you can greatly reduce the time it takes to style and perform your daily routine. And you will look sensational.
9. Choose hair color that compliments your style. With all of the professional coloring techniques available, this part of your care regimen has never been easier. From chunky highlights to soft color, you can greatly enhance your style with the right technique.
10. Comb with a wide-toothed come when it is wet to prevent breakage. The only time you should use a brush during your hair care routine is when your hair is barely damp or dry.

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Hello,

For hair care, these do's are really very helpful.Thank you so much for sharing this.

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Thanks for sharing very useful tips ! Here i also want to add one thing more :
Hot air can be damaging to your hair so when using a hair dryer use the cool setting.
Don't leave the blow dryer in one spot for more than a few seconds, keep it moving and at a good distance away from your hair.
To speed up the drying process, pat your hair dry with a towel and let the remaining moisture in your hair dry naturally.
Gently use your fingers or a pick to untangle any knots while your hair is drying.Then you can use the hair straightener to make your hair beautiful, silky hair.

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Hi,
These hair care tips are quite helpful. However, I would like to add a few more do’s to your list to help our readers have even healthier hair that are also season-proof ;). Here we go:
Have a proper diet
Lack of nutrients can cause hair loss. Eat a proper balanced-diet regularly. Protein is important for your hair but it does not mean that you will only be eating this only. Iron and other healthy fats are also important for your hair. They help your hair absorb essential nutrients.  
Choose hairstyles that don’t hurt your hair
Tight hairstyles, braiding, and ponytails damage your hair. Choose hairstyles that don’t put pressure on your hair. Too much pressure can result in hair fall in the long run. Thousands of patients suffer from extreme hair loss caused by hairstyles. So choose your hairstyle wisely.
Even if you have to wear a particular type of a hairstyle, then do not keep it for long. It is always good to have loose hair.
Stop using chemical-based hair care products
Your hair are very sensitive. Harsh chemicals can damage them over a period of time. Use ayurvedic products or those that contain natural ingredients. It is advisable to check the ingredient lists at the back of your product to know whether the ingredients used are suitable for you or not.
Wash your hair regularly
It is important to wash your hair regularly. Daily pollution, dust, and dirt settle down on your scalp causing a blockage. As a result, the root of the hair does not get the supply of nutrients. They become weak and eventually fall off. So wash your hair regularly.
Remember, washing your hair regularly does not mean washing your hair daily. Washing your hair on alternate days is fine. If your hair are already too dry, then wash after a gap of 2-3 days.
Washing your hair properly is also important. Focus more on washing your scalp than hair strands.
Talk to your doctor if you are taking some heavy doses of any medicines
Side-effects of medicines can trigger hair loss. You should speak to your doctor if you think your hair loss is due to these possible side-effects. In this case, the doctor will prescribe you light doses of medications.
Heating Hair styling tools
Heating hair styling tools such as hair straighteners, hairdryers, and irons can damage your hair if not used properly. Use them at low temperatures. Heat from these tools dries out your hair leaving them with no moisture.
I hope the aforementioned tips will help you have healthy and shiny hair forever.

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