The hair of a woman is her beauty. The fine lines signify good health. Women, especially, have the moral obligation to take good care of their hair because of that what give them the spark of life. When hair is not properly kept you lose them. Looking good doesn’t necessarily have to be all about the money. You just need the right habits that reflect your lifestyle. You can look beautiful and healthy by this winning hair care tips
Clean your combs
The brushes and combs are everyone woman’s hair friend. The comb has the capacity to style hair in different ways, hence, why you need to sanitize them frequently. A simple method is to douse them consistently in hot water and baking soda. This should be done at least once every week. Keep your combs and brushes clean from germs and other strings of hair on them.
Any shampoo can do the trick
Indeed, taking care of her hair might spell cost or money by the way hair care industries advertise their products. The truth of the matter is you do not need expensive shampoos to do the trick for your hair. You don’t need to buy expensive shampoos, all you need is water and a simple shampoo that takes care of the natural oil that your scalp produces. Some of these expensive shampoos only destroy these oils. Shampoo helps to wash away the dead cells that cause dandruff.
Go gentle on gray hair
Gray hair should be treated with a more delicate procedure as they are more resistant to hair color and other shadings. This further explains that when one re-dyes hair, you risk damaging and breaking of hair and maybe losing of fine hair. Putting hair on gray hair should be done with extra care and not frequently.
Fix the tough hair
Most young women have tough hair and sometimes find it hard to comb their wild hair. Here, you need to tame them and this can be done through a small formula as introduced by FC & A, mix together one cup water and one cup vinegar and pour this mixture on your hair after shampooing and conditioning. Let on hair for at least 2 minutes before rinsing. This leaves hair soft and smooth.
Source: Modern Ghana