With extra care, grey hair can become manageable while still keeping the extra length. You can have your midlife make over and keep your stylish do too.
Here are some tips to tame your greying hair.
Massage your head when you shampoo. Take the extra time because massage helps increase blood flow to the follicles, which in turn helps create healthy hair growth. Only shampoo your hair once.
Grey hair needs extra conditioning. Choose shampoos and conditioners with extra moisturizing powers to introduce flexibility back into the hair strand. Let the conditioner stay on your hair for a couple of minutes while your massage it into the roots of your hair.
Styling products come into their own when trying to manage grey hair. Look for products that condition as well as hold the style. Towel off the excess water from your hair and use a comb to distribute the product through to the ends of each strand.
After you apply the styling products, blow dry your hair using a round comb to get any coarse hairs into place. The blow dry will create some lift for your hair. One note of warning is that while Ionic blow dryers can help intensify shine, they are not recommended for fine hair.
After your hair has been blow dried, use a flat iron to finally tame any stray hair the blow dryer didn’t smooth down. Make sure that the iron has ceramic plates or else you might overheat the flat iron and damage your hair.
Make sure you are eating well because bad health can be seen in the condition of your hair. Protein is good for hair and be sure you are getting all of the essential vitamins and minerals.
Taming grey hair requires a commitment to a new routine, and if avoiding a man-ish short hair style is for you (and it should be), it’s worth making.