True Love - - HAIR -

1. When it comes to plaits, the say­ing “the tighter the bet­ter” is not true at all. Ask your hair­styl­ist not to tie your hair too tight be­cause that can cause se­vere headaches, which is not good for your brain. It will also af­fect your scalp by caus­ing ir­ri­ta­tion, rash and hair loss, es­pe­cially on the hair­line where the hair is frag­ile and breaks eas­ily. 2. Be­fore you start, get your hair treated so that by the time you plait your hair your scalp is in good con­di­tion. And also make sure that you hair gets a weekly wash to get rid of prod­uct build-up. A happy scalp makes for healthy hair.

3. Wear a satin cap when go­ing to bed, it of­fers pro­tec­tion against split ends, dry­ness and keep your hair hy­drated. Cot­ton cov­er­ings are known to dry out your hair from the root to tips. 4. Keep your hair mois­turised. A hair spray or hair food does the same for your hair as food does for the body – stop­ping it from los­ing its strength. Keep­ing your hair mois­turised will make it stronger, so there’s no break­age or a fall­out of hair.

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