Ha! All your colleges might have opened up and filled with full of masti, isn't it? Yes! As you have just stepped out of the schools and got rid of those folded braids, it is the perfect time to make your hair speak for you with those classy hairstyles. But my dear teen girls, you also need to take special care of your hair to own those lustrous locks.
EeYuva has listed a few hair care tips for teenagers… Have a look!
Get your hair trimmed every 5-6 weeks. Getting rid of dead hair is extremely essential.
Before you take a shower, apply olive oil to your hair ends. This will help prevent split ends.
Take egg whites and massage it into your scalp for about 5 minutes. Rinse off with a bit of shampoo. This will make your hair beyond shiny and soft.
Shampoos and conditioners are important products to keep your hair clean and healthy. Try to use one that moisturises and hydrates your hair.
Avoid using hot water to have a hair bath. Hot water can dry out your hair faster and leave your scalp feeling irritated and tight.
Swimming in chlorine-filtered water can impact your hair.
Avoid experimenting with hot styling tools as they can have a negative impact on your hair.
Split ends are exactly what the word states end that has split into two or even three strands because of harsh towel drying, excessive combing and unprotected heating. When you get out of the shower, grab a towel and gently squeeze the water out instead of harshly rubbing the hair together.
Wash your hair using purifying shampoos that are mild and gentle and aid in getting rid of excess oil and sebum.
Mid-length and ends generally demand extra attention. So, using the right products such as hair serums will help eliminate frizz and add shine to your crowning glory.
Using hydrating masks on rough and dry ends will not only add the required shine to your hair but will enhance your hair in more ways than one.
The one thing that all teenagers enjoy is staying up late and having fun. However, a very important way to have great hair is to rest well and have a good night's sleep.
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