In order to take care of our bodies we add good nutritious food in the diet, so that our health will be improved. But many of us do not give much care to keep our hair healthy and good looking. In order to have lavish hair, we must comprehend what kind of hair we have already got. This awareness will enable us to find the corresponding hair care product that will be ideal for our hair.
Normal Hair. normal hairs have oil and dryness in equal combination. They have shine and softness to them and are manageable dry. They are non sticky though they appear rough or sticky when there is change in the weather. In humidity they can produce a little more oil than usual and they are a little drier in the winters. So you need to buy shampoo, conditioner and other hair care products as hair serum or oils keeping in mind your hair type. Normal hair usually doesn’t require much care.
Dry Hair. dry hair demands maximum maintenance. They are rough, get tangled easily and break off easily. They are not very easy to manage so one requires shampoos, which have extra moisturizer, and gives some extra care to the hairs to make them soft and smooth.
Oily Hair. oily hair produce more hair. They need to be washed everyday with an oil controlling shampoo. Conditioner is not required for them, as they tend to become greasy and sticky. One should use lukewarm water to wash oily hair to remove the oil and always use non- greasy oil on your hair if you want to. They are easy to manage but have to be cleaned quite often.
Thick Hair. While most ladies lust after a mane of thick, luscious hair the women that have it may wish to trade it in for something, well, easier to manage. This type of hair can be hard to keep under control with styling tools and can be hot and heavy on sunny summer days. But there’s a solution for those with wiry or medium to thick locks.
Colour Treated Hair. Don’t wash your hard earned money down the drain every time you shower. Your type of hair needs something to lock the colour molecules in and keep environmental damage from leaching dye out of the hair.