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Hair Solutions For Girls Tired Of Dealing With Dry Hair

Get nourished locks, stat.
November 20, 2017
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Dry hair can be caused by a number of things. The weather, your diet, choice of hair products, and even the water quality of your shower are just some of the factors that can be causing your locks to be brittle and lifeless. But with the right haircare habits and solutions, bringing dry and damaged hair back to life should be easy. Below, five ways you can save your crowning glory, stat.

 1. Take supplements.

Omega-3 fatty acids help naturally moisturize hair. Some examples of good sources are evening primrose, flaxseed, and fish oil. Taking fish oil capsules has been proven to be effective in nourishing the scalp and improving the overall health of locks.

 2. Get regular trims.

If you have dry locks, you can prevent the damage from worsening by getting regular trims. Most girls are iffy about getting constant cuts, especially if they are growing out their hair. But getting rid of split ends will keep the strands healthy and prevent further splitting. 

3. Switch your hair products.

If you want a long-term solution, it is best to start with the ~*basics*~. Go for a shampoo and a conditioner with nourishing and moisturizing benefits, particularly ones with natural oils as ingredients. They are usually gentle on your hair so you don't have to worry about causing more damage, especially if you have other problems like dandruff.

Try Head & Shoulder’s SUPREME Moisture and Smooth Shampoo and Conditioner with Moroccan Argan Créme. Infused with natural oil, they help nourish the scalp to help your locks grow healthier and stronger. They also come with Bio-Activate technology, which leaves you dandruff-free for up to 72 hours. Know more about them by clicking here.

4. Switch your towel.

Regular towels made of terry can rough up your locks due to their coarse texture. Wringing your hair using a towel can cause breakage, dryness, and frizziness. Instead, go for a microfiber—it can absorb excess water without sucking up all the moisture from your lock. You can also wrap your hair with a cotton shirt as an alternative! 




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