I want health in my hair!
How many times have we heard this phrase in the salon?
What advice can we give to our clients to make their wish come true?
Read my article and help your client to get the hair she dreams of!
In the beginning was the washing
Wash your hair as often as necessary, but without excess. For example, a person who works outdoors will naturally get his hair dirty more than a person who works in an office. So, depending on your lifestyle, you will wash your hair so that it is free of dirt. Specifically, you will gently massage the roots with your fingertips to stimulate blood circulation. This way you will stimulate hair growth and the health of your hair! Then apply conditioner to lengths and ends and leave on for at least 5 minutes. What is important is the hydration of the hair and the conditioner will make it smooth and silky!
When we are under stress, the body secretes high levels of cortisol, thus endangering our hair. However, the good news is that this situation is reversible. And this is where yoga comes in. Indeed, through a series of postures, yoga can help improve blood circulation, thus supplying more oxygen and nutrients to the hair follicles. At the same time it will calm the body and the spirit, thus removing stress! And what remains? Health to the hair!
Ensure that your diet contains: Vitamin C, Vitamin D, biotin and iron. As a supplement, make sure it is rich in zinc, vitamin E, omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids and water…lots of water!
A balanced diet with a variety of foods and nutrients is the solution as it is one of the secrets to having healthy hair!
Choose a brush with smooth and rounded ends to ensure that the hair structure is not damaged. Hair health is in your hands and specifically in your brush.
When combing your hair with heat tools and blow dryers, use heat protection products so that you don’t damage your hair. Also reduce the heat to 180° C for a shine and gloss. This way you will ensure the health of the hair.
Make the hairdresser your ally in your big WANTS. Hair free from split ends and broken ends is the goal. Haircuts every 2 months so that your hair can be shaped and cleaned up.
I’m willing to do it… Are you?
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