The Tips & Tricks You Need To Make Your Hair Shine, Whatever Your Hair Type

I don’t know of anyone that doesn’t want shiny, glossy locks. Silky hair is on the wishlist of many people; frizz and dry hair are not. Of course, some of us are naturally going to have more glossy hair than others. But you can still get shiny hair, no matter what type of hair you have at the moment. So here are a few  Tips & Tricks You Need To Make Your Hair Shine!

The Tips & Tricks You Need To Make Your Hair Shine, Whatever Your Hair Type

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Damaged Hair

If your hair is damaged from too much bleach or from heat products, then there aren’t many options for you, other than repairing the damage to improve the condition of your hair. It can be a good idea to apply a leave in conditioner when your hair is damp, as it can work away to repair your hair. Doing a deep treatment on your hair can help too. Once a week should be good enough, and you can use anything from mashed avocado to coconut oil, as well as store bought hair masks, of course. Try to limit how many times you use heat on your hair. Try to air-dry here you can, as well as having days off from straightening your hair. If you need some more tips and tricks, then you could look online, somewhere like the Beauty Products Review website, for instance. There are lots of little tricks that can make a massive difference to dry and damaged hair.

Curly Hair

Many people with curly hair can have silky hair. But due to the nature of their hair, it can mean that it looks much less obvious that it is silky. Curly hair is also more likely to have lots of different split ends and lengths, as it might not be completely straight to notice very often. So using protein based shampoos and conditioners is a good way to build up the strength of your hair and stop it from breaking. Using a wide tooth comb is a good idea for curls too. It can also be a good idea to not wash all of the conditioner out completely if you want an ultra glossy look. Just be sure that it doesn’t end up looking too greasy, though!

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Straight Hair

If you have naturally straight hair, then it might look shinier than your curly haired neighbor to start with, as it tends to have quite a natural shine. The flat cuticles of the hair can reflect the light, and it looks much more obvious than on curly hair, for example. If your straight hair is looking a little dull, then you need to focus on the condition of your hair. It could be well on its way to being damaged. So you need to think about the conditioner that you use. You should also finish off all showers with a blast of cold water. It helps the hair cuticles to close and flatten, which is what will aid that sought after shine to your hair.