Best tips for getting celebrity hair style


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You have probably experienced a time in your life where you have taken the plunge and decided to cut your hair short only to regret it instantly or even going to your hairdressers and asked for a trim only to walk out with a bit more than you anticipated. The 30 minutes you spent at your hairdressers might feel like it can take several years to fix.

 

If you would like your hair to grow it can feel like it is not getting any longer, even though the hair growth process is not something that’s easily noticeable, there are several tips for speeding up the process.

 

  1. Keep the Heat Styling to a Minimum

 

Heat styling is okay, but only in moderation. Excessive styling using heat products such as hair dryers, straighteners, and curling tongs definitely takes a toll on hair. Using extreme heat on your hair can damage it making it dry and brittle, which may result is hair breakage and shortening.

 

It is always advisable to keep heat styling to a minimum. Try washing your hair before you go to bed and allow it to dry naturally. If you have to use a curling tong or straightener, ensure that you only use it every other day. It is also advisable to apply some heat protecting spray before styling to help protect your hair.

 

  1. Getting Regular Haircuts

 

Regular haircuts are something that people looking to grow hair love to avoid. Most people avoid getting haircuts when they are trying to grow hair because they wrongly assume that their hair will simply end up getting shorter.

 

Getting regular haircuts especially after the ends have just been cut off really helps speed up the growth process. It is advisable to get your hair cut every 6 to 8 weeks. Regular trims help prevent hair from splitting. Hair becomes thin and breaks if it splits and goes up the hair shaft, which causes it to become damaged and shorter. If you get regular haircuts you can easily avoid such an unfortunate situation.

 

advisable not to have such treatments repeatedly since hair also needs to have a break.

 

  1. Choose a Celeb Style

 

There are numerous styles out there to suit your face and your own personal style and understanding the right one for you takes a little bit of thinking.

 

To make things a lot easier however, here is a great infographic that will give you an idea of not just celeb styles, but those that are also on trend.

 

 

  1. Eat a Balanced Diet

 

Eating right is one of the best ways to ensure that your hair stays healthy. Failing to eat a balanced diet can have quite an effect on the hair. Your scalp and hair can both experience problems because of a deficiency or excess of some nutrients in your diet. For instance, hair loss can be caused by an iron deficiency. Similarly, too much vitamin A can lead to hair loss in some people.

 

It is due to this reason that a balanced diet is critical to hair health. It is important to ensure that the body gets all the vitamins and nutrients that it needs to ensure that your hair and body stays healthy. It is very important to make sure that you get a mixture of complex carbohydrates and protein in your diet along with seeds and nuts that help keep hair healthy.

 

  1. Lifestyle Changes

 

Hair loss is sometimes due to one’s lifestyle. Traction alopecia is a type of hair loss that’s quite common in women and people that have tight hairstyles frequently such as braids.

 

Traction alopecia is a form of hair loss that happens over an extended period if the hair is under constant tension or strain. The hair loss is typically gradual caused by the pulling force applied to the hair. You might start noticing that your hair is thinning if you often have your hair in the same tight hairstyle.

 

It is always advisable to change your hairstyle regularly to avoid causing constant tension and strain on the hair. Avoiding tight hairstyles such as cornrows, high ponytails, and braids is also an excellent way to help prevent traction alopecia. Giving hair a complete break and leaving it unstyled and down also helps stop the risk of traction alopecia.

 

If you would like to learn more about how to keep hair healthy or information about any of the hair restoration treatments available, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today. We can arrange a no obligation consultation where one of our experts in hair loss can provide all the information that you need.

 

  1. Avoid Chemical Styling

 

Chemical styling refers to anything from drying the hair to chemical straightening to a classic perm. It is of great importance to understand exactly what you are actually putting on the hair with regards to chemical styling since overusing such treatments often leads to hair damage.

 

Chemical styling, just like heat damage can lead to hair becoming brittle and damaged, which results in the snapping of hair and hair never growing to its full potential. It is always advisable to only go for chemical treatments in salons where professionals can assess the current state of health of your hair and advise you whether the treatment is suitable for you. It is also

 

 

 


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