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Sunday, April 3, 2016

Daily Hair Care Tips And Advice

Eventually I knew precisely what hair wanted:it to grow, to be it self...
to be left alone by anyone, including me, who did not love it as it was.
Beautiful, shining hair is a valuable asset. It can also be a versatile fashion accessory, to be colored, curled, dressed up or smoothed down. Your hair plays a big factor in determining how you look and perceive yourself. There are no secrets to beautiful hair! With a great cut and style, you'll feel like a million bucks.
Proper hair care shows from the top of your head, so you want to be on top of your hair. The importance of well cared for hair can be found in the careful selection of hair care products. Hair care requires patience along with gentle hair care products and a hair cut every few months. Hair color is a wonderful option for creating a new look for yourself and hair care products are becoming less harmful to your hair care.
You don't have to spend hours on your hairstyles. Here's enough home hair care tips and tricks to deal with problem hair that won't cooperate even on the best of days -- and keep it healthy & shiny.
Basic Hair Care Tips For
DRY HAIR
Increase intake of low cholesterol, polyunsaturated oils such as margarine, sunflower oil, fruits and foods rich in Vitamin B.
Eat: Foods rich in vitamin B, raw vegetables, pulses, wholemeal bread, brown rice, liver, bananas, nuts and oily fish. A supplement of Vitamin E capsules will also help.
Avoid: Salty and fatty cheeses.
NORMAL HAIR
Eat: Low fat fish, chicken, pulses like dals and sprouts.
MIXED-CONDITION HAIR
Eat: Plenty of vegetables and fresh fruits.
Avoid: Butter, cheese and deep fried foods.
DULL HAIR
Eat: Foods rich in minerals - green vegetables, nuts, lentils, whole grain cereals, shrimps, oily fish and milk.
Oily Hair
This condition stems from over secretion of the sebaceous glands.
Eat: Lots of green leafy vegetables, salads, fresh fruits, yogurt, baked and grilled dishes.

Avoid: Fried and greasy foods, milk products and red meat.

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