Unluckily many of us are damned with dry hair. And all us guys and gals with this kind of hair know that it can look straw and dull like—very frustrating and unattractive. I happen to accept my problem dry hair is a result of being heredity and not continue to do or something I did. We all hear things that if you are not managing your hair correctly, you will develop lack luster, dry hair. They say things like curling, straightening, blow drying, and all those other great things we do in the name of conceit do not help our situation.
Now since “heredity” has given me dry hair, I have finished some research on the big Dos an Don’ts for dry hair and some medical care that they claim absolutely work. Not that I’m confessing to doing anything dangerous to my hair, I vow to try some, maybe even all, of these Dos and Don’ts. Getting the best dry shampoo is better. Can’t hurt right! Feel free to do the same and please let me know your outcome so we can equate notes.
• Be cool to your hair. Use an only large tooth comb—certainly not metal—on hair when it is wet since hair expanse more when wet and can easily get damaged or break.
• Use gentle shampoo. Shampoo made for damaged or dry hair is usually gentle which means it will not steal your hair of all the natural oils. At a pinch, I have used my son’s baby shampoo which is very gentle.
• Shampooing about three times a week is enough for dry hair. Other days just moist it if you always and must use hair conditioner.
• If you have long hair, try to use dry shampoo only the hair and the scalp nearest to it when you shampoo. This site is amazing when it comes to finding a great dry shampoo: http://www.dryshampoos.com. Piling it all up on your head and energetically lathering can break the hair and does not help. So much for what the shampoo commercials represent! The shampoo will clean the rest of your hair, ends and all, as it is wash out.
• As much as it is very fashionable to have your hair blowing freely in the wind like shown in the movies, this is not healthy, especially for those have dry hair. Whether it is a cold drafty one or a hot summer breeze, it will completely dry out your hair—and rapidly.
• Cut off the dry ends. This one hurts! Even though shiny, long hair is considered so very dry; long, sexy, boring hair is not. Let’s get our hair healthy and then we can all flip it around in that sophisticated way.View more details from http://www.fashionbeans.com/2017/mens-expert-hair-care-tips/
• Never swim in salt or chlorine water without protection. Here I am not speaking about a life conservative; even though if you need one go for it. I am speaking about a swim cap. Yes, this is one of the things I am certainly not willing to do for beautiful hair. If you are brave enough use the cap or for cowards like me wet thoroughly your hair in a defensive hair product like dry shampoos with SPF or you can even use a small quantity of olive oil.
• Try a leave-in conditioner. These likely to do the same thing for your hair as face moisturizers do for your face. They will maintain your hair destroy all day and also domesticate the frizzies.
• Use only natural, short brushes for styling.
• Do not brush hair when damp.
• Do not towel dry it energetically. Be gentle remember.
• Do not blow dry your hair or use other tools like curlers, straighteners, etc. Naturally air drying your hair is good. Well, at minimum, don’t do this frequently and never use two of these tools during one grooming session.
• Do not blow dry hair that is absorbing wet. Let it air dry to where it is almost damp and then use your hair dryer. Short time in heat means less dryness and damage.
• Do not use any styling tool on the hottest scene.
• Do not use any styling product with alcohol—certainly not one that has it listed as one of the top couple of ingredients.
• Mayonnaise makes a best conditioner. If you have plenty of time, leave it on for an hour and you will like the effects. If you are in a hurry, even 5 minutes of this goo will help.
• Use conditioners that have omega-3 or lipids which will restore lost moisture.
• A common leave-in solution is to take a couple of drops of safflower oil and run it through dried hair from roots to ends.
• Coconut oil or jojoba oil work as a best deep conditioner and dry shampoos. For that matter you can use just about any oil. Apply the oil, wrap your hair with plastic wrap and cover with a towel to maintain the heat in. Wash with cool water, condition, viola, and shampoo.
• Emu oil is the current craze and is supposed to be the great thing for dry hair. Try it—if you can find it.