A beauty expert debunked 7 common hair myths
Women spend a lot of time and care products to keep their hair looking neat and tidy. No matter how long or short their hair is, ladies want it to be well-groomed, healthy, and clean.
Among the abundance of tips, stereotypes and life hacks, you can often get confused and believe in something that will not help in caring for your strands. Beauty expert Sophie Miller shared which recommendations will not work, The Sun writes (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
Some beauties prefer to tie their hair up in a ponytail to avoid tangling and falling out. In reality, the effect can be the opposite. The stretched hair becomes weak and brittle in the area pinched by the elastic.
You should not use the same shampoo for long as it becomes ineffective over time, depending on the condition of your hair, the time of year, and other factors.
There is an opinion that hair should be cut regularly to make it grow faster. However, this is just a way to keep the length in one place, so it does not affect the growth rate.
Too intense and frequent brushing can stimulate sebum production, which may require you to wash your hair again. It is better to detangle hair as needed, starting a few centimeters from the scalp.
The expert says that you shouldn't limit yourself to one conditioner when caring for your hair length. Masks, oils, and other products can be alternated or complemented for a more noticeable effect.
Wishing to become a blonde as soon as possible, women do not take a sufficient break between coloring, which is very harmful to the hair structure. It can become brittle and fall out.
Thermal protection is not enough
Regular use of a hair dryer, straightener, or other stylers can damage hair in the long run, but this can be prevented not only by thermal protection. For healthier strands, you should use styling tools at low temperatures.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about 5 hairstyles that have long gone out of fashion, but women continue to do them.