How To Keep Your Hair Healthy

It’s astounding how much of a difference our hair can make to our overall appearances. A sleek head of healthy hair can provide that glowing look of health we all lust after. By comparison, unhealthy, frazzled hair can leave us all looking  tired. You could say, then, that becoming a picture of health is, in large part, about learning to keep your hair as healthy as possible.

Of course, this is easier said than done. That’s because we tend to be at two ends of the spectrum when it comes to hair. There are those people who don’t care enough to seek that ‘healthy’ look, and then there are those who care too much and spend hairs pruning and straightening until there’s no chance of a healthy appearance.

The good news is that, no matter where you fall on that spectrum, it’s easier to achieve hair health than you might think. Getting that healthy glow is merely about following a few simple pointers, the most important of which we’re going to talk you through here.


Use proper products


Never underestimate how important it is to find the right products for your hair. You should be taking the time to find everything from the right shampoo and conditioner, to the hair oil you need to promote healthy growth. Bear in mind that what works for one person won’t necessarily work for you. If you have dry hair, for example, you need to look for moisture enriching products, while those with greasy hair should do the opposite. Equally, those with colored hair should seek color-specific products, or speak to a professional if they’re in doubt. By tailoring your product kit to your specific needs, you should soon find hair health a whole lot easier to come by.

Do natural the right way


Heating irons and curling tongs are never going to give you a healthy head of hair. That said, hair which is left entirely to its own devices isn’t always healthy, either. The key, then, is to do natural, but in the right way. Use plaits for curling instead of heat. Look out, too, for hairstyles which look best with naturally wavy or curly hair, and invest in them so that your hair stands a better chance of both looking and feeling healthy moving forward.

Don’t forget regular haircuts


Speaking of changing styles, regular hair cuts from a salon-like The Hair Chair hair salon 89117 is also vital for hair health. In an ideal world, those with short hair should aim to get a trim at least every 4-8 weeks, while those with longer locks can push that to 6-12 weeks. This is vital given that regular trimming removes dead and split ends which can prevent healthy hair growth. By trimming often, you can promote growth and get healthier looking hair all around.

As you can see, keeping your hair healthy isn’t as difficult as you might imagine. If in doubt, contact Tammy Lord for a little professional haircare advice today.

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