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Secrets to Soft and Shiny Hair
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Discover the dos and don'ts for soft and shiny hair.

This books covers various topics including:

Best Practices for Great Hair
Gentle Solutions for Straightening Your Hair
3 Proven Methods to Remove Dandruff
Spray On Dry Shampoo
Natural Solutions to Colour Your Hair
Foil Highlights or Streaking Cap: The Difference
Why Hot Oil Treatments Work
Keeping Your Long Hair Tangle Free
3 Common Scalp Ailments
Keeping Your Hair Undamaged
The Best Way to Wash Your Hair
Use Jojoba for Healthier Hair
Thicken the Look of Your Hair
Special Care for Colour Treated Hair

Get the hair you've always wanted and keep those shiny locks looking great with this eBook.

Published: Marnie Peterson on
ISBN: 9781502267764
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Hair

Best Practices for Great Hair

Your hair makes a statement and is an expression of your personality.  Whether it's long or short, curly or straight, styling your hair is just the icing on the cake when it comes to beautiful hair.  Keeping hair shiny and in good condition will give you strong locks and enduring style. 

You are what you eat and this applies to your hair too.  Eating high fat, greasy or sugary foods is not good for your hair.  Your hair needs a good diet with lots of vegetables and fruits to get the proper nutrition it needs to grow and remain strong.  You should also keep your hair well hydrated by drinking lots of water. 

When washing your hair, opt for a separate shampoo and conditioner, rather than the two-in-one formulas.  Combination shampoo and conditioners don't clean or condition your hair as effectively as they should, and can often leave your hair frizzy, flat or dull.  You should also find a shampoo and conditioner that are made for your hair type, especially if it's colour treated or permed.

100 strokes is plenty when it comes to brushing your hair.  Brushing and combing your hair too much will actually cause breakage, split ends and other damage.  Give your hair a quick brush while it's still dry, before you wash it.  This prevents tangles during shampooing.  Also allow your hair to dry before running a brush or comb through it to avoid breakage.  Wet hair should never be brushed with anything other than your fingers, since your hair is weaker, stretchier and more likely to become damaged when wet. 

When it comes to healthy hair,