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Head-Turning Hair Tips

Healthy hair turns heads. Here’s how to get there –


If your hair is damaged, you need to improve its condition.  To do that, you need to create shine in your hair. Follow these tips for locks that glisten: Leave-in conditioner is your best friend. When you hair is damp, focus the leave-in conditioner on the damaged areas (usually the ends).  On top of this, you should also invest in a deep-conditioning treatment and apply it once or twice a week.  Remember that blow dryers and straightening irons may add to the damage of your hair – that is why using quality heat styling and heat protection products is crucial!



If your hair is naturally straight, maximizing shine is very easy (lucky you!). Wash and condition your hair and then blast it with a cold – water rinse for about three seconds. This actually helps seal in the conditioner, leaving your hair very easy to style! Blow dry, then use a light finishing serum and shine enhancing spray.


If your hair is curly, you need to use a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. Also, invest in a straightening gel. After washing, detangle with a wide-toothed comb. When you are blow-drying, wrap 2 -inch sections around a round brush to straighten. Split ends in curly hair tend to be more noticeable when blow straight. To avoid this, be sure to use a finishing cream from 1 inch below the roots to the ends.  If you want to get super glossy curls: After you condition, leave a little conditioner in.  Then use a little gel on damp hair and twist into sections around your fingers, and let your hair dry naturally.


Whatever your hair type, the most important thing is to care for your hair! Maximize shine, and heads will turn.

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