Root of the Mat­ter

Bring out your nat­u­ral beauty with an ar­se­nal of suit­able prod­ucts re­gard­less of your hair type. Here, hair ex­perts share their tips to help you em­brace what makes your hair unique. By Adriel Chiun

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Much like your skin, there is no one-size-fits-all so­lu­tion when it comes to your crown­ing glory. We are all born with a mul­ti­tude of dif­fer­ent hair types that re­quire prod­ucts tar­get­ing their in­di­vid­ual needs for a full, healthy mane. But while most women are quick to seek pro­fes­sional ad­vice when pur­chas­ing sk­in­care prod­ucts that ad­dress their spe­cific con­cerns, many are con­tent to buy over-the-counter hair prod­ucts without in-depth re­search and knowl­edge. More­over, while women sel­dom think twice about in­vest­ing time and ef­fort on their sk­in­care rou­tines, be it at home or with fa­cial­ists and der­ma­tol­o­gists, that’s rarely the case when it comes to hair care. In­stead, a typ­i­cal daily rou­tine for most women in­volves a quick wash, con­di­tion and blow-dry; with hair and scalp treat­ments re­garded as an add-on when colour­ing their hair at the sa­lon. Be it fine, thick or curly, each hair type and tex­ture has its unique set of char­ac­ter­is­tics. In or­der to en­sure that you’re giv­ing your tresses the TLC that it truly needs, it is cru­cial to recog­nise the dif­fer­ent chal­lenges as­so­ci­ated with your par­tic­u­lar hair type. We speak to top in­dus­try ex­perts to find out what you need to know about the most com­mon hair types in Sin­ga­pore, the is­sues fac­ing each type, and the must-have prod­ucts for strong, man­age­able and healthy locks.

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