The Simple Secret to Great Hair

If you don't give your shampoo a second thought, think again. The right bottle can bring you the rich, shiny, silky hair you have always dreamed of The Simple Secret to Great Hair
these are a few simple tips !!!

  1. There's no harm in washing your hair every day, unless you start to see a lot of breakages, The evidence: lots of flyaways and little "baby hairs" at the crown.
  2. The entire wetting, drying, and styling process takes moisture out of your hair, so here's a rule of thumb: Wash every day if you have oily hair, live in a polluted city or humid environment, or work out daily. Wash every other day if your hair is normal or combination (with dry ends and oily roots). Wash every few days if your hair is on the dry side or if you live in a rural environment or dry climate (hair stays cleaner longer when there's less pollution and humidity).
  3. As long as you rinse it all out, you really can't use too much. (A dollop the size of a quarter is usually enough, but hair length is also a factor.) Lather can be drying, but since it only sits in your hair a few minutes, it's safe for all hair types
  4. Warm water will work up a nice lather and help dissolve the soap so that your hair rinses clean. Avoid really hot water, which can actually make your hair limp. For the final rinse, cold water is best — it will lock helpful ingredients into each strand and make hair look shinier
  5. If you use a lot of styling products, or swim a lot, you should deep-cleanse or clarify twice a month.
  6. Oily types: It's a good idea to use a daily clarifying shampoo every time you wash. For the rest of us: Use a clarifying, purifying, or chelating formula (which removes mineral residue)
  7. If you color your hair and worry about the effects of deep cleansers, i suggest one that's safe — vinegar. (The recipe: Mix one quarter cup white vinegar with one cup of water. Leave it on hair for one to two minutes after shampooing and conditioning, then rinse out.)