Greasy scalp: A greasy scalp is a bane to a lot of ladies which can be controlled, if managed effectively. If you wake up one morning and find your scalp oily and itchy, dust a little fragranced talcum powder into your palm and using your fingers, gently dust it into your scalp and make sure no traces of it are seen.
Split ends: If you find one of those unsightly split ends sticking out when you’re in a hurry, here’s what you should do.Take a small section of your hair within which you found the split end and twirl it around tightly. Once it is tight, you will notice the ends of your hair sticking out from the twirled section from which, you can cut any split ends off with a small scissor.
Frizzy hair: The best way to tame the frizz is to take a few drops of your most trusted serum in the palm of your hair, rub your palms together and gently rub in into the outer strands of your hair and the ends post which, you should tie your hair into a loose bun for about 15 minutes.
Dry Shampoo: Dry Shampoo, which has newly entered the beauty scene in the country is of a powdery texture and is meant to extend the results of your hair wash. So even if you have an oily scalp or greasy hair and have no time to wash your hair, run a small amount of dry shampoo through your hair and see your hair get back to it’s lively, bouncy self again!
Condition: A plain shampoo job will get cleanse your hair but add the extra step of conditioning on a regular basis.Even if you skip your hair wash every now and then, conditioner will keep it smooth and silky for days.
What works for your hair in the summer will not necessarily work in the winter. Shift to deep scented hair products like vanilla, cinnamon and musk to help imbibe that feel of the season into your hair.
Hot bath: The heat in the water is intensely damaging to your hair creating frizz and dryness unnecessarily. The simple solution to this is to enjoy your hot bath during the winter for as long as you like and once you finish, pour a few tumblers of cold water on your head for the heat to dissipate and to allow the cold water to seal the hair follicle.
Heat Styling- An important don’t for winters would be to avoid heat-styling tools of any kind – blow dryers or straighteners. An important don’t would be to avoid heat-styling tools of any kind – blow dryers or straighteners.
Amidst the dense dark tresses, sticking out are a few grey strands? The first time you noticed this, it must’ve been quite horrifying. Jennifer Aniston admitted to have actually cried at her first ‘going-grey’ sighting. Now instead of using hair dye to colour you whole hair you can follow a few simple techniques to make this evident hair ordeal easily make a miss!