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Healthy Hair: 5 Essential Hair Habits You Need to Know

Healthy Hair: 5 Essential Hair Habits You Need to Know

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Are you struggling with hair loss, hair thinning, and dull, dry hair? Have you tried every miracle product, every hair salon, and every YouTube tutorial but your hair still looks like a mess?

 

The main reason why you have problematic hair is that you don’t have healthy hair habits. A good routine is crucial to your hair quality no matter your age.

If you wash it every time you hop into the shower, you’re stripping the scalp of its natural oils. These oils feed the hair from the root to the ends, and if you keep removing them, there’s nothing to make it voluminous and strong.

Luckily, with a few simple changes in your haircare, you can regain your hair’s natural bounciness and shine. Read on to uncover the 5 best-kept beauty secrets for breathtaking hair and learn how to implement them into your haircare routine.

 

1. Get Regular Haircuts

The key to luscious, healthy hair is getting regular haircuts. By trimming the split ends every one to two months, you allow the hair to stay shiny and thick.

This is especially true in the summer months when the sun damages and dries the hair more than ever. If you use any hot tools for styling, you may need to get more regular haircuts.

Find a hairdresser who truly knows which haircuts go with different face shapes. Changing hairdressers too often can actually do more damage to your hair as they work with different tools, products, and techniques. When you find the perfect salon, stick to it and schedule a visit every two months.

 

2. Don’t Brush Your Hair While Wet

Wondering how to get healthy hair? Don’t brush it while it’s wet, even if you’ve dried it with a towel. The hair becomes more prone to breakage when it’s wet because it’s less elastic so it’s very easy to pull. 

If you must brush your hair wet, use a wide-tooth comb or a detangler along with some spray leave-in conditioner to avoid damage.

At the same time, don’t dry your hair immediately after washing. Tap it with a towel first and leave it to air dry whenever possible. Use a high-quality hairdryer like our H2D's  Hair Straighteners to avoid frizz and split ends from the heat.

 

3. Use Nourishing Shampoos and Conditioners

To build healthy hair habits, you need to understand the structure and texture of your hair. Once you analyse the condition of your hair, you’ll be able to choose the right products for your type.

For example, if you have an oily scalp, you shouldn’t use shampoos for dry hair. On the other hand, a dry scalp is one of the main reasons for dandruff, so you should use special products to fight it.

Though there are hundreds of hair products on the market, not all of them are made equal. Some brands like at Ethan Thomas Collection use higher quality ingredients and are made for home use with salon results. Try our NAK, Milkshake  or Fanola  brands today.

 

4. Go As Natural As You Can

To promote holistic hair growth and volume, it’s best to air dry your hair whenever possible. If you’re strapped for time, pat your hair dry with a soft towel or better yet, a cotton t-shirt. This will retain the hair’s natural shine and prevent frizz and breakage.

Most commercial shampoos strip the hair and scalp from their natural oils. The squeaky-clean feel you get after washing comes from the harsh ingredients drying out the scalp. This is why washing your hair every day will do more damage than good.

To go the natural way, try to help your scalp regain its natural oils. This means the scalp will produce more oil than usual as the goal is to wash it every few days. While the scalp adjusts, you can maintain the hair clean and fresh with a dry shampoo until the sebum production normalises.

For beachy hair waves, fill 3/4 of a container with warm water and add a tablespoon of sea salt or Epsom salt and a tablespoon of coconut oil. Optionally, you can add some conditioner for a smoother texture. Shake the bottle to mix the ingredients and voila – you have a natural, chemical-free, heat-free hairstyle within minutes.

 

5. Eat a Healthy Diet

No matter how many hair products and tools you use in your hair care routine, if you don’t eat a healthy diet, your hair will look dull and lifeless. The hair is made of a protein called keratin, and you’ll find it as the main ingredient in many quality hair products.

But true hair health comes from the inside through the food you eat. Consume food rich in protein, complex carbs, and healthy fats. The hair thrives if you implement B vitamins into your diet and include more C vitamin, iron, vitamin A, vitamin E, selenium and zinc.

Some of the best foods for healthy hair are:

  • Fatty fish
  • Avocado
  • Seeds
  • Nuts and nut butter
  • Spinach
  • Greek yogurt
  • Chickpeas
  • Eggs
  • Oatmeal
  • Seafood
  • Lean Meat
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Shitake mushrooms
  • Spirulina

Drinking plenty of water during the day will ensure your hair is well-hydrated and may promote growth.

Junk food, refined sugars, sodas, unhealthy snacks, and too much caffeine can reduce your hair quality and make it prone to breakage, thinning, and falling out.

 

Implement These Healthy Hair Habits Today!

Building healthy hair habits start at a young age, and years of using the wrong products and tools can make it brittle and damaged.

These simple hair tips will help you regain the shine and volume of your tresses and promote growth, strength, and thickness from within.

Now that you know how to have beautiful, sexy hair, it’s time to show it off to the world. Try our NAKMilkshake  or Fanola  brands today

 



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