Hair Color Care Tips

hastomo By hastomo, 30th Sep 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2di0srv-/
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How to keep hair color remains natural cause sunlight, water and chemicals.

Hair Color Care Tips

Hai Ladies, do you know if it's the sun, sea water and chlorine in the swimming pool can change the color of the hair to be dull? Well, keep your beautiful hair the color stay awake and healthy. How?

- Apply sunblock hair when you will move out of the house.
- Do not let the hair exposed to sunlight in a dry state. Also before swimming, make sure to use leave in conditioner that is not exposed to the dangers of chlorine.
- Rinse hair (straight) using shampoo after swimming. Do not wait until your hair dry and chlorine absorbed, which will cause the hair to be rough.
- Avoid washing your hair every day because the content of the water can give the effect of oxidation that will damage the hair. If it is not too sweaty, you can wash it at least once every two days.
- Use a hat and scarf to protect your hair, ladies! Choose a model that is a trend so you still look fashionable.
- Use hair moisturizer that contains Vitamin E, apricot oil and nutrients that protect the particle color. Apply twice a day and the hair will look shiny, dull-free.
- Do not worry for those who use hair dyes. Choose hair care products such as shampoo and conditioner specifically for colored hair. Guaranteed you avoid hair damage.

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author avatar Md Rezaul Karim
30th Sep 2012 (#)

Nice hair color issue and interestingly written article.

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author avatar Andrew
2nd Oct 2012 (#)

Nice article. I would add one thing. You note that a swimmer should "Rinse hair (straight) using shampoo after swimming. Do not wait until your hair dry and chlorine absorbed, which will cause the hair to be rough."

I do not think this is enough to get rid of the chlorine. A swimmer should use a powerful antioxidant to remove the chlorine from hair and skin. For example, see www.SwimSpray.com

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