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Winter is a horrible season to be in for the hair at least. The dry and cold climate can badly affect your hair and make it look very dry and damaged.
The main reason why your hair may start looking this way is because of the badly dry climate outside because of the low degrees and indoors as well, the heating system inside your home is probably playing havoc with your hair without you even knowing it. The result is usually that your hair looks uncared for and damaged. There are however a few daily and simple things that you could do to ensure that your hair looks as great as it does in the summer and you can still retain your healthy looking hair.
The easiest thing that you can do if you are especially bothered about maintaining the good health of your hair is to ensure that you do not leave your home without some kind of a protection from the outside elements.
Stay focused on the goal. You want to enhance the good stuff nature already gave. Consult your stylist about changing your hair color, but seek two or three different professional opinions, because stylists frequently will advise the most expensive color treatment rather than the best.
Never color your hair on an impulse or whim. Every girl knows that nothing makes her feel so wonderfully feminine and flirty as great hair; but you also must remember that nothing makes a girl feel more ridiculous than new hair gone terribly wrong. Use your powers of observation and critical skills, looking at cuts and colors you like on other girls. Study the shapes of their faces and colors of their skin. If theirs resemble yours, their color treatment may work for you. If not, keep searching.
As you compare and contrast the benefits of single-process versus highlights, remember that hair—especially blonde hair—mixes at least five or six different shades. Some single-process treatments look spectacular; others look fake as three-dollar bills. If this is your first experiment with coloring your hair, go with two shades of highlights, and have a professional do it.
Midlife changes in their body chemistry cause hair loss in both women and men. Genetics probably influence the severity of their thinning or baldness, but both genders may blame their hair issues on androgens and estrogens. In their early forties, the balance of testosterone and estrogen changes in a man’s body; androgens, male hormones, increase.
The increase preserves men’s stamina and vitality, but when testosterone derivatives hit hair follicles, hair lets go. Similarly, as women enter peri-menopause, their estrogens decrease, and androgens male-up the difference. Same bio-chemical result: in the absence of androgen blockers, women’s hair thins and falls out.
Men and women often thoughtlessly aggravate their hair loss. Although men show the same vanity about their hair as women, they frequently neglect its basic requirements—cleansing, conditioning, and trimming. Women, inspired by vanity and fashion trends, often ravage their hair with bleach, curling chemicals, straightening chemicals, and all kinds of hot irons and styling tools.
In this 21st century who does not want to look good? I wonder if there is any.
Whether you want to develop a good social network of you want succeed in your career, looks have become an important factor. Hair plays an important role in a person’s looks. There are a great number of hair stylists helping people to make them look good; this is evident to that fact that people are ready to spend a huge amount of money on their hair.
Due to the constant change in weather conditions and increasing pollution, condition of our hair is being going worse. The competition level is huge in all the fields of the modern day, so this increases the stress level of the people which is a big reason for people loosing hair. There are many more reasons which are degrading the quality of human hair and the number of people loosing hair is growing unbelievably.