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Tips For Oily Hair

August 25, 2009 on 5:01 pm | In Hair Care | 1 Comment

oilhairOily hair is a problem of our scalp and is most time affiliated with overactive oil gland which is to the higher levels of hormones. Often gives of a Oily and greasy look.

Washing hair to remove excess oil, dust and dirt which can make hair look dull, limp and lifeless. People who have fine, straight hair tend to have oilier hair.

Oily Hair Tips

• Wash it as often as necessary to keep it clean , in good shape and oil free.

• Use a gentle shampoo. Leave shampoo on the scalp for five minutes before rinsing!

• Tip: the best shampoos for oily hair contain a detergent, such as ammonium or sodium lauryl sulfate. (These detergents are quite drying to hair.)

• Instead of daily try shampooing every second day.

• Rinse on the off day. Rinse with cool water to close the pores of the scalp.

• Between washes use hair fresheners to avoid bad smelling hair.

• Try to avoid conditioner at the roots and scalp, apply in the middle or on the ends. Apply it gently with your fingertips.

• Towel dry before you blow drying to remove most of the dampness.

• Direct the blow-dryer to the hair strands and roots.

• Try to avoid oil in your daily food intake. Eat more vegetables.

• Avoid using styling products containing silicone. Do not use two-in-one shampoos and conditioners.

• Avoid brushing your hair too often or too vigorously, since brushing can help spreading oil from your roots to the ends of your hair. We recommend the Mason Pearson Brushes to stimulate the scalp instead.

• Have the hair colored or permanently waved. Color treated hair has enlarged strands and this can help reduce the oil from spreading through your hair.

• Avoid frequently touching your hair.

Good Oily Hair Products

Matrix Biolage Normalizing Shampoo
Kerastase Specifique Bain Clarifiant, 1000ml/34oz
Kerastase Specifique Bain Gommage (Oily Hair), 1000ml/34oz
Phyto Phytocedrat Sebo-Regulating Shampoo Oily Scalp, 200ml/6.7oz
Kerastase Specifique Bain Divalent, 1000ml/34oz

Split Ends Begone

August 24, 2009 on 7:51 pm | In Hair Care, Salon | No Comments

For many women, split ends ha been the reason behind hair hair loss, ect. Having split simply means your hair is not healthy. There are simple ways in which you can strengthen your hair. Like so many of us, we visit the salon monthly for a trim. To prevent split ends from becoming worse, you can do other things, including trimming them yourself. Now before you panic, keep in mind that women do trim their own hair all the time and no one is the wiser.

To ensure you avoid the dreaded split end, make sure you shampoo and condition your hair with a quality product and use one that has Phytojoba or some other type of moisturizing formula. After conditioning your hair, make sure it is completely rinsed out of the ends. Additionally, after your hair has been rinsed with warm water, you want to do a final rinse of cool to cold water. This will help seal the protective cuticles while giving your hair a sleek shine.

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