Mar
11
2014

5 Steps to Beautiful Hair

Hair care is an important yet sometimes unmanageable process. Since weather and environment play such a huge factor in the way our hair looks and feels, keeping it under control can be difficult – especially for those who are always on the go. However, if you create and tailor a haircare routine that suites your hair, you’ll be on your way to long, luscious locks in no time – as long as you stick to it.

Here are 5 step you can follow to get beautiful hair:

 

Know What Hair Type Are

The problem most people have with hair care is not using the right products. That is because they don’t know or understand their hair type. Before your pick the products to use on your hair, better understand the nature of your hair. Is it dry or oily? Frizzy or straight? Understanding your hair is the hard part. Once you figure that part out, it’s smooth sailing, literally.

 

Find the right shampoo

Finding the right shampoo can be trial and error, but once you do, you will definitely see the difference in your hair. Different types of hair need different kinds of shampoo. For fine hair, use a volumizing shampoo like the It’s A 10 Volumizer Shampoo. For dry hair, use an extra conditioning shampoo like the Keratase Nutritive Bain Satin 2 Shampoo.

 

Get a good set of tools

Don’t underestimate the benefits of having a good set of hair tools. Since you use them on your hair everyday, a quality hair brush or straightening iron really makes a difference. Your hair will be less likely to be damaged and the tools will last longer. For a hair brush, try the Paul Mitchell Paddle Brush. If you’re looking for a quality straightening iron, the GHD Gold Professional ½ Inch Hair Styler is a great option.

 

Treat your hair every week

While washing your hair regularly is important, regular shampoo and conditioner isn’t enough. To keep your hair healthy and strong, you need to treat it once a week with a deep conditioner. This will keep it moisturized and shiny. Try the Matrix Biolage Hydratheraphy Conditioning Balm. If you have color treated hair, use the Matrix Color Smart Intensive Mask.

 

Get regular trims

A trip to the salon is not only fun but also necessary. Because of all the products and tools we use on our hair, the ends can split and look lifeless. Regular trims will help cut away the ‘dead’ locks. If you don’t have the time or budget for a haircut every couple of months, a trim every two or three weeks will work just as well.

 

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