Hair - - Expert Speak -

Maleeha Jaf­ferb­hoy, Style Di­rec­tor, JeanClaude Bigu­ine, comes to the res­cue. She shares, “Women lose ap­prox­i­mately 60100 strands of hair dur­ing hair­wash , which mul­ti­plies to as many as 200 strands in the mon­soons.” Un­be­liev­able, isn’t it?

Ex­pert speak :

• Avoid get­ting your hair wet in the rain. Pol­lu­tants in the rain wa­ter weaken the hair, mak­ing it dull and thin. Cover your hair be­fore step­ping out to pro­tect it from hu­mid­ity. Wet hair is also sus­cep­ti­ble to break­age. Al­ways gen­tly dry your hair first and then comb it with a de­tan­gler.

• Use a sham­poo and con­di­tioner that strengthen your hair. Also, the hair gets frizzy in this weather, so make sure you use an anti-frizz mask.

• Avoid us­ing hot tools, as they make the hair even more dry and rough.

• When it comes to hair fall, it is ex­tremely im­por­tant to get a scalp di­ag­no­sis done. Fol­low­ing that, you will be rec­om­mended in-sa­lon treat­ments and home­care prod­ucts. A com­bi­na­tion of both is es­sen­tial to treat hair fall.

Prod­uct rec­om­men­da­tions:

Sys­tem Pro­fes­sional Al­pha En­ergy

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