Keeping Your Hair Healthy For Life

Historians and doctors aren’t 100 percent sure why we have hair on our heads, especially since most humans lost the majority of their body hair long ago.  But, it doesn’t really matter why we still have it.  What we want to talk about today is how to keep it healthy and beautiful.  This isn’t an article about hair loss, so if you’re experiencing balding, we can’t help you with that – at least not here.  But if your main concern is simply keeping your hair healthy, luscious, and shiny, then we’ve got you covered.

In this article we’ll just run through three major ways you could be keeping your hair healthy.  And, these ways don’t involve a lot of money or treatments.  In fact, you could do all of these steps by spending no more on your hair than you usually do.  Yet, they’re all crucial ways to get your hair to its healthiest condition.  And, if you do want to drop major moolah on your locks, then feel free to apply these concepts to their full potential.  After all, the sky’s the limit when it comes to keeping your hair healthy.  So, let’s dive in to these tips.

Keeping Your Hair Healthy: Three Foolproof Tips

  1. Get Rid of Split Ends

We all know split ends.  These are the Y-shaped results of unhealthy breakage and damage to your hair.  And, if you don’t catch your split ends right away, they can lead to even more breakage.  If you want to go to the salon every month to trim your hair, that is perfectly fine option.  But, for those of us who can’t afford $30 haircuts every month, there is another method you could go with.  This involves dry hair and a pair of scissors.  Simply gather your hair into a ponytail and then twist the ponytail tightly until the ends of the hairs fray out.  Then take the scissors and trim the ends that are sticking out around the twisted ponytail.  Now, this shouldn’t replace going to the hairdressers’ entirely.  But, it helps reduce split ends in a pinch.

  1. Change Your Shampoo Routine

Using the same shampoo over and over again can give your hair immunity to the benefits of that shampoo.  So, it’s better to change shampoos occasionally.  You should probably have a clarifying shampoo on hand for once-weekly use, for example.  And, you can use an extra-moisturizing shampoo for days when your hair seems a little drier.  If buying more than one shampoo is intimidating money-wise, don’t be afraid to scour the bottom shelves at major retailers.  This is where shampoo that costs the least resides.

  1. Avoid Heat-Styling Tools

You don’t need to be a trichologist (a hair and scalp specialist) to know that burning your hair constantly is bad for it.  In fact, the stress of heat tools on your hair can cause some of the worst damage.  This includes weakening hair strands and even damaging the hair beyond fixing.  And, there are even videos online of people burning their hair off!  So, if you want to keep your hair healthy, it’s better not to use heat tools.  Instead, curl your hair the old-fashioned way with foam rollers at night.  Or, find hairstyles that work with your hair’s natural behavior.  It’s easier than you think!

While these are some low-cost methods to keeping your hair healthy, there are a lot of options available to you if you have a little cash to spend.  For example, there are hair treatments you can use.  Or, you can even take natural supplements to improve hair quality.  In any case, keeping your hair healthy is not as difficult as it seems.  You just need to be a little creative sometimes.

Rebecca Thompson

Rebecca Thompson

Staff Writer at New Review HQ
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