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Simple Hair Treatment
How-Tos

Hair treatment shouldn't be a mystery - yet why is it that we never hear people talking about 'a good hair day'? It's always 'a bad hair day', isn't it? Yet who doesn't feel better on a 'good hair day'?

The desire for beautiful hair is not new. Ancient Egyptians shaved their heads and wore elaborate, heavy, braided wigs to achieve perfection. European history also abounds with torturous hair styles including the ornate, powdered styles wrapped around frames and horsehair which attracted vermin. All in the name of beauty.

And today we go for a hair transplant, hair straighteners, hair replacement, hair restoration ... when good hair treatment can often boil down to simple common sense.

Fashion still influences a woman's hairstyle but that doesn't mean you have to subject your hair to needless damage. Take advantage of the tips below on caring properly for your hair, and you'll avoid the frazzled exasperation of coping with hair that simply won't do what you want.

Hair Treatment 1:
Washing And Conditioning

Hair is not a living part of your body. However, your hair still needs proper treatment for optimum health and beauty. One of the key elements to having shiny, healthy hair is to allow the natural oils in the scalp to lubricate it. The hair closest to the scalp benefits from natural sebum oils the most, while longer hair can become dry and brittle from a lack of these oils.

Shampoo, no matter what exotic ingredients it's made from, performs a simple job of removing excess oils, pollution and styling product build up. All of your hair needs gentle cleansing but it is the top two or three inches that is most weighed down with natural oils and dulling hair products. Concentrate on washing that area and you will reduce the amount of oils removed from longer areas of hair so they don't become over-dried.

Conditioning on the other hand should be used sparingly, if at all, on the top inches of the hair. Concentrate on the ends. Conditioning is an important step to replace needed oils and provide protection from styling agents such as blow dryers and irons.

Hair Treatment 2:
Styling

Your hair will look its best when you choose a style that requires the least amount of heat and products. Protecting your hair with conditioners is key, but choosing a style that suits the texture of your hair will eliminate the need for more torturous styling tools.

Frizzy and dry hair can benefit from the application of silicone based products. Bear in mind that a little goes a long way. Concentrate the product on the ends of your hair.

When blow drying, keep the blow dryer at least six inches from your hair to prevent excessive damage from the heat. Blow drying in the direction of the shaft (down the length of hair) will create a smoother appearance.

Hair Treatment 3:
Coloring and Perming

Make sure your hair is in a healthy condition before applying any chemical treatment. Overuse of these hair treatments can damage hair beyond repair - and then the products are likely to produce unpredictable results.

You might also get some valuable hints from my free How To Avoid The Hair Styles From Hell report.

Hair Treatment 4:
Cutting Your Hair

Your hair will look shinier and feel thicker when you remove dried and split ends. Trimming your hair every 6 to 8 weeks will keep it looking at its best.

So hair treatment really is straight-forward. By taking such simple steps to maintain healthy hair rather than resorting to extreme restoration and replacement regimes will put you on track to more 'good hair days' than you ever thought possible!



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