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Article by Londons European models: Perfect Tips To Bust Your Bad Hair Days

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Wet hair is softer and more prone to breaking. To keep damage at a minimum, try brushing your hair prior to showering or waiting until your hair dries before you comb it.

Try to dry your hair without a hair dryer. If you heat style your hair, it can start looking frizzy and damage your hair as well. Instead, wrap your wet hair in a towel for as long as possible. This lets your hair naturally dry, and prevent too much frizz.

Be wary of the impact that small hair appliances can have on your hair. Curling irons and blow dryers are not that good for your hair. This can make it troublesome to get rid of frizz and hair damage. It wise to give a hair a break, at times, and stay away from the heat.

If you enjoy the look of your hair after a day in the ocean, you can buy products that can give your hair the same effect. There are salt sprays available on the market. You can make your own salt spray by adding a tsp of salt to 8oz of water. You can add lavender oil for a splash of fragrance; about ten drops per eight ounces of water should do the trick!

An important tip to remember when drying your hair with an electric dryer is to actually move the dryer constantly and change positions. This is so you can avoid damaging your hair. By continually moving the blow dryer, it will help prevent damage to your hair.

Try not to use a blow dryer a lot. Hot air from blow dryers could damage your hair; that is why it is better to let it naturally dry whenever possible. Only use your blow dryer on the coolest setting, and move the dryer around your hair, rather than letting it blow on a single spot. Your hair will dry faster if you pat it down with a towel before using your blow dryer.

Overuse of blow dryers, curling irons and straighteners can damage hair. So, ensure that you protect the follicles by applying a styling product, such as a cream or serum, before you use heated products. These products will protect your hair against strong heat that you apply to your hair.

Don't always use the same shampoo and conditioner. Using different brands of hair care products every so often could produce positive results. Your scalp can benefit by having one type of shampoo counteract the buildup effects of a previous one.

After washing your hair gently blot hair instead of roughly towel drying your hair. You can break your hair this way. Instead, lightly squeeze the extra moisture out of your hair. Then pat it dry with a towel. Also, use a softer towel.

Wait until your hair is dry before brushing or combing it; this will prevent damage and breakage. Only use brushes that have softer, more flexible bristles and combs that feature wide teeth. Start at the bottom, combing out any tangles, and work your way up towards your scalp little by little.

You will probably notice a change in the way your hair looks and feels as you grow older. You may experience drier, more brittle and gray hair. You may find that it can even completely change texture, such as altering from curly to straight.

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