1. WASH YOUR HAIR REGULARLY.
Do wash your hair every day if it’s necessary for you and don’t go around with a dirty head! Same time, don’t push yourself to do it too frequently just because someone says so. The fact is that “hair can change by being washed 1-2 times a week,” it’s a myth.
2. CLEAN THE SCALP PROPERLY.
During hair loss treats or just every day care cleansing your scalp is very important: you help the therapeutic serums be able to work in full force and give your head skin a fresh breath. It is essential to apply the peeling correctly: put it on the wet skin and massage for 10 min. You can do peels weekly if your hair are normal, but for the dry hair, it is better to do it every two weeks.
3. MONITOR THE THICKNESS AND AMOUNT OF HAIR LOSS.
After you noticed the first hint of thinning, make an appointment by trichologist. The success depends on how timely you will start the treatment.
4. DON’T BE AFRAID OF SULFATES AND SILICONES.
Surfactants are one of the oldest ingredients and for my personal experience – they haven’t damaged my hair at all! Maybe, you should be more careful with quality of hair products which contain them or with your hair in general, but as you can see through the fact of my hair – it couldn’t damage you hair if you care about them in a right way!
6. FOLLOW A DIET FOR HEALTHY HAIR.
– For radiance: oysters, crab meat, fat meat, tofu, beans – are the best source of iron and zinc.
– Against brittleness: broccoli, red pepper, Brussels cabbage, kiwi, oranges — contents a lot of vitamin C.
– For strength: Greek yogurt, peanut butter- are rich in protein, the primary building material for hair, a resource for their elasticity.
– For healthy scalp: fatty fish (salmon), walnuts, flaxseeds- they contain omega-3 acids which prevent the appearance of dry scalp.
7. USE THE RIGHT HAIR BRUSH
With long hair, It’s super important that your hairbrush helps smooth the hair, to minimize any breakage. The detangle wet brush also does a fantastic job as the bristles bend around any tangles putting less stress on the hair. Start at the ends of the hair and work your way up. This ensures that you put no pressure on the roots. Make sure you only use a wide-tooth comb when your hair is wet.
8. USE A LOW-HEAT SETTING FOR HAIRDRYING
One of the worst things you can do for your hair is overheated it with excessive blow-drying. If you want to avoid dry and damaged locks, you need to use a hairdryer less often or pay more attention to how you’re using it, and make sure you apply some heat protection products beforehand.
9. REFRAIN FROM CONSTANT USE OF DRY SHAMPOO.
Dry shampoo is not a shampoo, but an SOS tool that should be used when you can not wash your hair, but you need to give a fresh look to the hair at the roots.
10. CUT THE ENDS OF YOUR HAIR REGULARLY.
Cut about 1/4th inch of your hair every 6 to 8 weeks to avoid the split ends.
Happy to answer your questions,
XoXo Lisa Starchak @lisastarchak