25 March 2009

How much you spend for hair beauty products? There are hundreds of products available, from straightening sprays to leave-in conditioners. You may confuse to choose which one is match for your hair. You may even try one of those products, but they not give you the beast result. It just spends your money and the worse thing is your hair could be worse than before. Oh dear, that’s miff me.

When is it worth changing products? You need to change your hair care routine if :
  1. Dry, lifeless dull hair.
  2. Split ends and breaking hair.
  3. Itchy or sore, flaky scalp.
  4. Lank and greasy hair.
  5. Frizzy, unmanageable hair.
You don’t have to spend much and much money to go to the salon, or buy very expensive hair treatment product. First thing you should know that every single type of hair has it own treatment. So, it is important for you to now which hair type are you? Check this out, you may have one of this hair type, follow the treatment, guarantee you’ll not disappoint.

Fine, dull, flat hair
  • Volumising products really work, but make sure you go for a quality product.
  • Cheaper products often contain manmade plastic polymers that coat the hairs and leave them looking dull.
  • A high-end product will tend to contain plant proteins such as keratin and soy protein that build up the hair more naturally, maintaining shine.
Split ends and breaking hair
  • No hair product is going to solve this problem.
  • Once the hairs have reached the stage where they split or break, the only thing to do is get a hairdresser to trim them.
  • People who use too many chemical products on their hair tend to suffer more than others.
  • Replenishing moisture in your hair with a quality conditioner will help prevent this problem.
  • People who are prone to split ends should get their hair trimmed at least every six weeks.
Greasy or dry hair
  • Choose a shampoo and conditioner suited to your hair type.
  • If your hair shows sign of greasiness within 24 hours, go for a product for greasy hair.
  • If your hair isn't greasy after two days, pick a normal shampoo.
  • If your hair isn't greasy after three or more days, choose a product for dry hair.
Frizz hair
People get frizzy hair because of the way the hair follicle is arranged, and this depends on your genetic makeup. Humid atmospheres tend to make matters worse.
  • Using hair serum products will even out the hair texture and give hair a glossier, smoother looking appearance.
Static hair
This usually affects people with dry and fine hair that's more prone to breaking and split ends.
  • Gloss sprays can help replenish moisture and get rid of the static. These products are usually applied to hair after styling, when hair is dry.
Grey hair
  • Try not to use colorants more than once every six weeks, particularly if they contain bleaching agents.
  • You should be able to maintain the lustre of the hair if you use good quality conditioners and hair masks.
  • Shampoos designed for dyed hair often contain tiny bits of pigment that attach to the cuticle layer and improve the colour and radiance of hair.
  • For the best results it's a good idea to get your hair professionally dyed. Always test a small area first for any allergic reaction.
Dandruff skin flakes
The main cause of dandruff is a microscopic yeast that occurs naturally on everyone's scalp. Normally, as dead skin cells are shed they are washed or brushed away without trace. But if these skin yeasts start to increase, they irritate the scalp and trigger an inflammatory immune response. The turnover of scalp skin cells increases, which causes them to die more quickly and clumps of dead skin cells are formed. The skin starts to itch, peel and visible flakes develop. This is known as dandruff.
  • Using a good dandruff shampoo generally clears up the problem.
  • If you are prone to dandruff, you will have to continue to use the medicated shampoo to keep the condition at bay.
  • If you find the problem is not cleared up by conventional shampoos, you should visit a trichologist for further investigation.


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