Colored hair can look great when it’s new, but after awhile it becomes faded and dull. What can you do to keep your colored hair looking fresh and healthy?
For my first test I used the product without combining it with any other sprays or gels. To start I simply sprayed the gel on my hair and waited for it to air dry. To my surprise I found that the spray actually gave me some beautiful curly hair! My curls were just the way I like them, consistent. It did not make my curls too tight, nor did it make them too loose, my hair just looked perfect. No doubt that I loved the product, but the downfall came as the day progressed. After a few hours and just normal hair touching throughout the day, the spray started to loosen, and my curls were not as perfect as earlier in the day.
You should also consider using natural shampoo products. If you use color treatments, you should certainly use only natural products. Strong shampoos and coloring products that are chemical based can cause damage over time that will lead to follicle damage. Natural products also help improve blood flow which will lead to stronger follicles.
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If the recent research on the benefits of a daily glass of wine has you ordering Pinot Noir by the case, take heed. A cocktail a day is fine, but drowning your liver in alcohol is not. Doing so dilates the blood vessels in the skin and depletes the body of vitamins and minerals. Alcohol is also a major skin diuretic, so if you do have a drink, chase it with a big glass of water.
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Next, take a look at your diet and look for ways to optimize and improve. Poor nutrition, coupled with stress, can promote hormonal imbalance. Consider adding high quality nutritional supplements to shore up deficiencies – Vitamin B12, C, D and E are great, as well as magnesium.
Hair treatment products purchased from stores might be costly to begin with, but over time, you will find the products that work better for your hair type. This definitely brings the cost of hair products down. As long as you are keeping your health up as well as looking after your hair, you can help to prevent thinning hair.