In last couple of days I was hearing about hair loss from a lot of young women who are only in their 20s. Hair loss can happen due to many reasons, but there are something we can do to prevent the hair loss. Do you known if you wash and style your hair the right way then there will be less hair loss? Well read on to find out how.
Choosing the right shampoo and conditioner is the first and foremost part of hair wash. Every type of hair asks for respective shampoo and conditioner that are best suited for its texture. Gentle hair wash shampoos are best suited for oily or straight hair, while curly hair needs softening shampoos that will protect their hair from frizzing. Shampoo loaded with glycerin and collagen is advised for dry hair as it moisturizes the hair. For the conditioner you need to use one that is best suited with the type of shampoo you are using.
Dos and Don’ts
- Never forget to use conditioner on your hair every time you wash hair with the shampoo.
- Make sure you are not using the conditioner on your scalp as it will make the scalp too oily.
- Do not over wash your hair, at alternate day wash regime is recommended otherwise it can affect your hair texture.
- Try avoiding hair products with too much protein on them as it makes your hair dry.
If you style your hair the right way then it will prevent the hair from damage and falling.
Dos and Don’ts
- If you have to comb your hair immediately after washing then use a comb which has wide tooth.
- Always use hair dryer at a low temperature.
- Do not use curling iron, hair dryer, Hair Straightener too often, as they put a lot of strain on your hair. Do it once in a while and do not do it for too long.
- Avoid the hairstyles that require you to pull your hair back tightly as it damages the root of the hair.
- Do not brush your hair too much, it’s not good.
- Do not comb your hair immediately after wash because wet hair is weak and it can affect your hair adversely.
So these are some Hair loss solutions that you need to use every day.
Contributed by Manish Gupta