Tuesday 28 August, 2012

Rwanda : Hair care rules you must break

Hair care rules you must break

How many times have you been told that it’s not a good idea to wash your hair every day? And yet you still find yourself lathering your locks in the shower morning after morning?

According to Emmy Award-winning stylist Curt Darling, not listening to certain hair care philosophies can cause some serious strand damage. “Hair is the ultimate accessory,” he says. So there’s no better time than now to start treating it right.

Find out how bad those alleged must-follow rules affect your hair when you keep reading.

Wash your hair every day

Darling compares over washing your hair to over washing your favorite piece of clothing; if you were to wash your favorite shirt every day, it would fade and become threadbare. “The fabric of your hair is the same in that it gets worked out and dry from over cleansing,” he says. The tone of your hair can also fade, causing your strands to look dull and drab.

Not get regular haircuts

“A great haircut is the foundation of your everyday style,” Darling says. Cuts can usually last about six weeks, but it depends on the style and texture of your hair, along with other influences. If you abuse the straightening iron, for instance, you’ll want to trim your ends regularly. However, if you tend to be kinder to your locks, you can leave a little time between cuts.

Use hot tools (like blow-dryers and straighteners) every day?

Like washing your hair too often, using hot tools on your hair will wear it out and drastically drain its moisture. On top of that, if we are burning it into submission on a daily basis, we may wake up one day with scarecrow hair! Use a dry shampoo every other day, cutting your need to use hot tools in half. Over the course of a year, it can make a huge difference.

Bleach your hair

It may seem like the worst possible thing to do your hair, but Darling maintains that bleaching isn’t the monster-under-the-bed it’s made out to be. “When hair is bleached by a highly skilled stylist, great results can be had with minimal damage to the hair,” he says. Bleaching can also give your hair punched-up tone and texture. Just make sure to properly care for your locks after you bleach them.







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  • Leonore Piersall says:

    Care of the hair and care of the scalp skin may appear separate, but are actually intertwined because hair grows from beneath the skin. The living parts of hair (hair follicle, hair root, root sheath, and sebaceous gland) are beneath the skin, while the actual hair shaft which emerges (the cuticle which covers the cortex and medulla) has no living processes. Damage or changes made to the visible hair shaft cannot be repaired by a biological process, though much can be done to manage hair and ensure that the cuticle remains intact.-*

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