HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR LONG LOCKS
One simple way to change the way your look is through cutting your hair. You can have it layered or blunt, short or long. Whatever you choose, it can change your look in one way or another. Having layered cuts make you look more relaxed, centered and modern. Blunt cuts, on the other hand, will give that classical, low-maintenance look. But, a hair's length is the best way to change how people see you.
Short haircuts, such as bobs, exudes that sophisticated, matured look. It perfectly frames the face, accentuating your face shape. But, the classic way to go is the long hair. Obviously, long hair has not been cut. But, it does give off a distinct look. It makes any woman look like a girl. It gives anyone a soft, demure aura. But, the problem with this hair is that it can be difficult to maintain, especially when it has grown too long. So, here are the tips you can do yo make sure your long hair is healthy and well-maintained.
• HAIR OILS!
◦ The latest trend when it come to hair care is the use of hair oils. The most popular oil used for hair care is Argan oil. This oil efficiently hydrates hair and seals the cuticles, making the hair shinier and smoother. There are hair care products available in the market today that contains Argan oil, such as DKoye's The Curl. This serum is perfect for taming wild curls, making it smoother and bouncier
• DIET AND HYDRATION
◦ Our hair is dependent, only with the products we use, but with the foods that wee eat. It's important to eat protein and vegetables. This makes the hair stronger and prevents breakage. Also, drink lots of water, not only to hydrate the skin, but to hydrate the hair as well.
• REGULAR TRIMMING
◦ Having long hair doesn't mean you can leave it as is and let it grow on its own. Regular trimming of the tips are important to prevent split ends and to make sure that your hair is not becoming brittle.
Having long hair takes a lot of work, but with proper care and the right products, you can enjoy your long hair with no mess and without tangles.
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