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Healthy looking hair has a smooth, tightly closed cuticle layer which protects the inner cortex from drying out. The cuticle layer allows hair to retain its moisture balance, and gives hair its elasticity, strength and shine. Hair can suffer a purview of hair damage from fraying, split ends to damage caused by straightening hair with chemical agents or hair irons. If you want healthy hair use hair care products. how well to care for our hair. Shampoo your hair once in a week.


Trim your hair after four to five weeks to avoid split ends. Fresh fruits and vegetables which contain proteins should be taken in good amount. Avoid back brushing or combing. After swimming rinse the salt water/chlorine out of the hair straightway. Then shampoo your hair. Massage your head which will increase blood circulation and blood supply to hair roots. Massage at least one time in a week. Avoid over-washing your hair as it affects natural oils present in hair. Use a conditioner on damaged hair, rub olive oil and then wrap your head with ploy bag and cover it with scrap. Leave it as long as you can. This would result in healthy growth of hair.
* Condition your hair to remedy the effects of sunshine pollution.
* Use a smooth edged, wide toothed comb to remove tangles.
* Avoid fried and starchy foods.
* Use a soft nylon brush or comb.
* Cover your head to protect your hair from sun.


Deep in the dermis of the human skin, particularly on the scalp, long, bulb-like follicles produce a shaft of protein. That protein strand is hair. A new hair pushes outward from the follicle and upward through the skin. A single hair can live four to five years before falling out and being replaced by another strand. On the human head the rate of growth is about half an inch a month.

A strand of hair has an inner cortex and a series of outer layers (6 to 8 in humans) known as the cuticle. In chemical terms the hair is 90% a-keratin and 10% water. The protein (a-keratin) is encased in a wrapping of microfibrils held together by a kind of protein glue. The resulting tensile strength of hair, even when it is dead, is quite strong. Wet hair, however, is very fragile.

1. Use a professional conditioner that is formulated for your specific hair type. While you can skimp a little on the shampoo, a good, professional conditioner is a must have. Look for products in salons that are customized for your hair type. For instance: If you have color or a perm, choose a conditioner that is for chemically processed hair. And stay away from those all-in-one shampoo and conditioner combos.
 
2. Choose a cut tailored to your face and body shape. The number one mistake that people make when choosing a new hairstyle is to pick a style based on popularity rather than how it will enhance their features. Always choose a new cut based on how it will enhance or detract from your facial features and build. If you have broad shoulders, choose a full-bodied cut over a close cropped head hugging doo. 
 
3. Don’t forget your UV protectants. Just as your skin gets damaged by wind and sun, so does your hair. To combat this, look for finishing products such as mousses, gels and sprays that block UV rays.
 
4. Keep your appointments. Did you know that your hair will split faster than it will grow? You need to get a trim every 6 to 8 weeks, even if it’s just a micro trim. A good hairdresser makes them good because they know what to leave on the head, not take off.
 
5. Leave chemicals to the professionals. There is a reason why beauticians need to go to school to learn how to handle chemicals and hair processes. You can do irreparable damage with these products even if the package says that it’s way easy. And even if you don’t make your hair fall out, you could end up looking like a clown and paying a stylist big bucks to fix your mess. (Note: Most stylists charge double the rate for corrective color than they do for normal color processes) .

Resting stage


Comes after the growth stage. Old hair roots fall out and are replaced by the new hair follicle.

Scalp hair grows for 2 to 6 years and then rests for 3 months. At any time, around 85% of scalp hairs are growing.

Normal hair loss is about 100 hairs a day. Many factors like illness, age, genetics, stress, nutrition, excessive usage of hair products etc. can alter the speed of hair loss.

# My personal experience with hair loss was eye opening. I realized that I have let stress take over my body and that I have neglected to take care of my hair the proper way at the times of stress.

# Hair loss if othen associated with biotin vitamin deficiency. Proper intake of biotin can prevent hair loss and induce hair growth, and a biotin shampoo can be easily be prepared at home.

Hair protects the scalp from injury and sun's rays, eyelashes and eyebrows protect the eyes from foreign particles, and so does hair in the nostrils and ears.

# There are a few natural, homemade hair care recipes and hair care tips that leave the hair wonderfully soft and resilient.

They nourish the scalp and hair root and provide the essential ingredients damaged hair may be lacking at the moment. I hope you try them and find them as efficient as I do when I use them.

# Hair lacking moisture is easily recovered when homemade hair conditioners are used.

# Nourishing hair conditioner is specifically used for dry hair and dry scalp. It has oils that don't leave a greasy residue, but still provide enough moisture for hair to shine and look healthy.

# Our reader Emma sent us this wonderful dry hair conditioner, full of moisture provided by essential oils.

# Dry hair recipes are a real time saver, providing the nourishment dry hair needs. Sent to us by our readers, they are perfect for frequent use.

# Check out summer hair care tips for dry hair

# You could always choose to buy a shampoo, but there are homemade recipes that are cheaper to make and all natural. Oily hair shampoo and conditioner target the excess oil that causes the hair to become oily.

# Another recipe that targets oiliness prone hair is lemon based hair spray sent to us by our reader Rajni.

# On the other side, there are dry hair shampoo recipes which restore the moisture and prevent dry, flaky skin of the scalp.

# To finish off this natural hair care regime, rinse your hair with hair rinse that not only coats the hair but increases the natural shine and volume.

# Dandruff is common, and estimates are that it appears in 97% of people at some point in their lives. There is no confirmed cause of dandruff and that is the reason any of the dandruff home remedies targets more than one possible cause of it.

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