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There are a lot of people out there that realize their hair isn't up to their standards. This is due to the fact that people neglect their hair and do not know what to do improve it. However, getting your hair back into top condition doesn't have to be an intimidating or expensive process. All it takes is a little know-how.

Ensure that you get enough sleep and rest every night. A healthy amount of sleep a night is around 6-8 hours a night, depending on your body's physiology. If you get enough rest you will have a healthier body that in turn will make your hair shinier and more healthy than ever.

Check the labels on your hair care products. Make sure the products are right for your hair type. Nearly all hair care products are labeled specifically for dry, medium or oily hair. Using the wrong product can dry out your hair or leave it looking greasy. The labels are there for a reason.

It's crucial that your keep your hair moisturized, to make sure that it does not become dry, which can cause breakage. Water temperature greatly affects how much moisture can be retained in the hair. Rinse with cool, rather than hot, water once the shampoo part of your routine is completed. This stops the heat from stripping your hair of it's natural moisture and promotes a lustrous sheen.

Only wash your hair as often as you think it needs washed. Health Management is different but a good way to go about it is to wash it and condition it every other day or around 2-3 days a week depending on your daily activities and your body's physiology.

You should avoid using styling products with alcohol, as it will dry out your hair and contribute to breakage. You can try natural styling products to achieve the style you desire. Otherwise, synthetic products without alcohol will do the trick without the fuss or the damage. Check the ingredients list on your next shopping trip!

When washing your hair, you should start by rinsing it with water to get most of the impurities out. Then, gently massage the shampoo into your scalp and in the hair. Take your time and make sure all your hair is covered with shampoo. Rinse until all the shampoo is gone.

Sometimes, it is vital to use styling products to get the look that you want, but do not overuse gels or creams on your hair. Excessive use can strip your hair of its natural ingredients and cause build up which does not look attractive. Limit your use of products for optimal hair health.

Coat your hair with a protective conditioner or specially-made hair wax before using heat-styling implements. Heat can dry out your hair over time, causing breakage and split ends. Some hair product manufacturers make special formulations, created for heat styling use. Typically, you just rub or spray a small amount through your hair, right before styling.

When you see gray hair start to appear on your head, you should not pluck them. Most people believe that it's because two will grow back in its place, but the real reason is because you can damage the root of your hair by pulling it out. That could lead to an infection at some point.

If you value your hair color, wear a swimming cap before jumping into a chlorinated pool. Chlorine causes hard metals, present in all water in various concentrations, to oxidize, and that in turn can add a green tinge to any hair color. Applying a coat of conditioner before swimming can help, but most public pools frown on that practice. Stick to swimming in lakes and ponds to keep hair from looking like it belongs on a Martian.

Keep hairspray, hair gel and other styling products off your scalp. Doing this can increase acne on your scalp, clog your pores, and even create issues with hair growth. Rather, just be certain that the products go on the hair only.

Use a comb on wet hair. A brush will grab and break the individual strands of hair if your hair is wet. If you find your hair is tangled after washing it, use a comb to get the knots out. Start combing small sections from the bottom up to gradually detangle your hair. This method will help to reduce breakage.

Be gentle with hair that is wet. Hair that is wet is weakened because of the extra weight of the water pulling down on it. This means that wet hair is more prone to breaking. Instead of rubbing your hair with a towel to dry it, squeeze and pat instead. This will get the water out without creating the friction that rubbing does. You should also never brush wet hair, and only use a wide-toothed comb.

Do not shampoo too frequently. While shampoo is essential to having healthy locks, doing it too often strips the hair of the natural oils that make it manageable. For most people, an every other day schedule works the best. Seek out a product that aligns with the type of hair you have.

Create a moisturizing hair treatment using mayonnaise and egg. These two ingredients can add shine, volume, and bounce back into your hair. Simply blend an egg (or two if you have long hair) with a little mayonnaise to create a cream. Work it into your hair, starting at the scalp and moving down towards the ends and leave it in for 15 minutes. Once the time is up, shampoo and condition as you normally would. This treatment can be repeated every week for luxurious locks.

If your hair requires a lot of time and effort to be presentable, purchase a wig for those occasions when you just don't have the time to spend curling and styling. Wigs are available in all price ranges, styles and colors and can help you be ready for any occasion in minutes. A wig can also help you give your overworked hair an occasional break from heat-styling and the elements.

You now should have a strong idea about how you will treat your hair. Before you act, it is important to take some time and think things over first. Be sure you're thinking about what you're going to do before you do them so your hair can be at its best.

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