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People are still getting this so wrong! If you can wash your hair only twice a week maximum.

It is best to wash your hair in the shower, massage your scalp with shampoo and not with conditioner do this for about 40 seconds before washing it out. If you have oily hair repeat the process once more. When you massage the top of your head, the circulation increases and it also helps prevent dandruff. Use only sulfate and silicone free shampoo and conditioner.

Pour conditioner into your hand and rub hands together, rub from the ends to halfway up the hair shaft. Leave the conditioner for a few minutes then rinse well.

Try to wash your hair on the coolest setting that is comfortable or at least try giving it a final rinse in cool or cold water. This seals the hair cuticles (the outermost layer of the hair shaft) and locks in moisture, making it shinier. Hotter water may be used occasionally to wash hair if you have very oily or dirty hair. Either way, try to rinse in cool or cold temperature water for the final rinse.

Dry your hair carefully with a blow dryer.

Blow dryers can be more benefiting that air-drying if you use them correctly. When you blow dry your hair, use a cool setting and hold at a distance to protect your hair from heat. If you hold the dryer too close the water in your hair can heat up and damage your hair. Avoid wringing your hair with a towel after you get out of the shower. Wet hair is more fragile, and wringing it could cause your hair strands to break or fall out.

Use heat protection spray when you blow dry your hair. You should also use protection spray when you use hot rollers or flat iron.

Condition your hair once or twice a week use coconut oil after shampooing your hair and leave it in overnight or for a few hours, coconut oil is also very good for your skin. Buy the natural BIO coconut oil from any health shops.

Eat healthy foods that will keep your hair strong and lustrous – Your diet can also prevent hair loss.

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Essential fatty acids, especially omega-3 fatty acids, promote healthy skin hair and nails.

You should eat some of these foods, which are rich in omega-3 every day.

Salmon, tuna, mackerel and other fatty fish. Flax seed oil, Walnuts, almonds and coconut milk.

Vitamins B6, B12 and folic acid are also important to your hair. Add rich foods to your diet. Vitamin B6 bananas, potatoes both sweet and white, spinach. Vitamin B12 fish. Folic acid citrus fruits, tomatoes, whole grain and fortified grain products, beans and lentils.

Protein also promotes healthy hair, eat a daily serving of fish, eggs, or soy.

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