8 Tips and tricks for Healthier, Fuller-Looking Hair

8 Tips and tricks for Healthier, Fuller-Looking Hair

Everyone desires thick and full hair.   Some of us are born with it; having full heads of hair and never seem to lose it. For others? Well, it may be difficult. You can certainly use clip-in extensions or get it naturally.

Your nutrition, the environment, pollution, and your general hair care routine are all essential to keep your hair thick and full, even though genetics play a significant impact. Learn how to maintain a hair that stands out from the crowd with a nutritious diet and adequate maintenance.

  1. Monitor your protein intake

Hair and scalp health is influenced by a well-balanced diet. Protein is the main component of hair, therefore consume plenty of it on a regular basis. Lean meat, fish, beans, low-fat dairy products, and eggs are all good sources of protein. Inadequate protein diets can cause hair to become thin and brittle, as well as color loss and hair loss.

  1. Zinc is important

Hair loss can be caused by a zinc deficiency. To help with shedding, include nuts like Brazil nuts, walnuts, pecans, cashews, and almonds in your diet. Drink plenty of clean and filtered water, eat a lot of vegetables, fruits, and leafy green salads. When necessary, a multivitamin or zinc supplement can be used to balance your diet.

  1. Omega-3 intake

Increasing your omega-3 fatty acid intake may help to stimulate hair follicles and sebaceous glands. While this won't make your hair grow, it may enhance the condition of your scalp. Cold-water fish including salmon, sardines, and herring contain omega-3 fatty acids. Flax seed, yoghurt, cottage cheese, salad, and cereal are other healthy sources.

  1. Know your hair

There are differing views on how often you should shampoo your hair. It all comes down to personal choice and needs, which are determined by your hair type and texture. People with oily hair, for example, may require daily shampooing, whilst others with dry hair may require less frequent shampooing.

  1. Choose the right shampoo and proper conditioner

Hair damage can be caused by using the improper shampoo and style product. Look for items that are appropriate for your hair type — oily, normal, or dry — as well as any issues you may be experiencing, such as dandruff. Avoid shampoos that include harsh chemicals like ammonium lauryl sulphate or sodium lauryl sulphate. Also, keep in mind that a product's price does not always imply its quality.

Conditioning your hair after shampooing is essential for keeping it silky, lustrous, and manageable. Distribute conditioner evenly by combing it through. Before washing it out, let it in your hair for two to three minutes. Not everyone needs to condition their hair every time they wash it, just like not everyone needs to wash their hair. Experiment with different options to see what works best for you.

  1. Washing and Brushing Tips

Many people, according to experts, over-shampoo or shampoo wrongly. Don't wash your hair more than once a day, use only enough product to cover your hair, and avoid using very hot or very cold water. When hair is damp, treat it carefully since it is three times more prone to breaking. Wet hair should not be rubbed excessively with a towel. Detangle with a wide-tooth comb, but don't comb too much or brush damp hair.

  1. Hair maintenance tips

Keep these pointers in mind if you want your hair to be healthy. Allow your hair to air dry whenever feasible, mix up where you place pins and clips so that breakage isn't centralised, start on the lowest heat setting while blow drying and gradually increase heat as required. If you color your hair, go for a shade that’s within three shades your natural color, massage your scalp often to encourage hair development and blood circulation, and get your hair trimmed every 10 to 12 weeks to maintain it healthy and avoid split ends.

  1. Other damaging factors

The most damaging factors to hair health include harsh shampoos, hair treatments, styling products, and frequent brushing. Other factors include excessive alcohol use, low-calorie and crash diets, reduced thyroid hormone, extreme stress, blood thinners, and several heart-related prescription medicines, as well as depression, high blood pressure, and arthritis.

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