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    10 Definite Doníts Of Great Hair Care

    10 Definite Doníts Of Great Hair Care

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    If the amount of money consumers spend on hair care products annually is any indication, most people are concerned about the appearance of their hair and strive to attain beautiful, healthy and stylish locks. In fact, most will go to any lengths to achieve their desired look. From professional salon treatments to over-the-counter serums, hair care is a big business.

    The only problem is that while many people are buying the right hair care products for their hair, they forget to follow basic hair care regimens that will guarantee the health and beauty of their tresses. Additionally, many are also causing needless damage to their hair by participating in unhealthy hair care behavior.

    So, what should you do to make sure that your hair stays healthy, shiny and strong?

    To avoid all hair care disasters, follow these 10 absolute doníts of great hair care.

    Hair care doníts

    1. Avoid unprofessional and over-the-counter hair care products whenever you can. Many of these only offer false hopes and promises.
    2. Do not cut your own bangs. Leave all of your cutting needs, even bangs, to your hair care professional.
    3. Avoid excessive sun, chlorine and salt water during the summer months. Excessive exposure can cause severe damage that is irreversible even if you use the best hair care products.
    4. Do not use clarifying hair care products on your tresses more than one time per week. They can strip hair of moisture and essential oils.
    5. Do not visit a hair care salon without first getting a referral from someone you can trust. Choosing a salon based on an advertisement or sale alone is very risky.
    6. Do not purchase hair color that comes in a box.
    7. Never stick with an outdated look because you are afraid of looking different. Styles change for a reason. Ask your hair care professional to bring you into this decade with a new style.
    8. Do not straighten your hair with a clothes iron. Címon, this was so over in the 70s. We have straightening irons that wonít damage your hair for this now. Look in the hair care isle.
    9. Donít brush your hair or put too much tension on it while it is still wet. This will cause breakage. Also, do not wear tight styles such as corn rows for extended periods of time unless you have ethnic hair.
    10. Never use sun-lightening products such as lemon juice or over-the-counter hair care products designed to lighten hair with the sun unless you want a very short hair cut in the future.

    In the end, hair care is a very individualized and personal thing. Feel free to add your own flair and style to your hair care routine, but remember to include hair care principles that will benefit your hair and avoid those that damage it.



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    informative and nice post

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    nice post.......

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    Smoking is also injuries to hair roots.

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    pkatiyar k bal daikh k lagta hai wo ye sab kuch kerta hai aur cigrat b peeta hai

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkatiyar
    Smoking is also injuries to hair roots.
    yes smoking does mess up ur hair, within time, when u have gray hair, ur gray hair will be yellow

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    first it would be nice to kno to ask, from wht school did ur style graduate and received its education.. and one more thing, hair straightners do mess up ur hair.. all these things that mess up our hair, u have to buy products that will prevent ur hair from damage.. for example when u often straight or blowdry ur hair, u should use Heat seal, this is a product that will protect ur hair against thermal use...nd plz dont use sun-in, or metalic dyes..that will damage ur hair, it will be in ur hair, it wont get out, unless u cut it, and later in life if u want to high-light ur hair, ur hair will fall.. nd how do i kno this... cuz i attend one of the top 3 cosmetology school in America... if u guys have any hair, and beauty questions.. come to HAILY, including the latest hair styles and fashion

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