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    Posted: May 26 2011 at 1:44am
Healthy Hair
Beauty tips
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How to become More Beautiful
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I'm sure girls will love your hair tips.  Thanks a lot for sharing this tips.




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using a high-quality DE-tangling solution or leave-in conditioner on a daily basis and applying a once-a-week hair mask that moisturizes the hair restore health to damaged hair with information from a professional hair stylist in this free video on hair care.
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thank you so much this actually helped! I am loving this forum.  Lots of great topics to sift through and very little spam which I hate when I find it on other forums.

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Make sure you always start with a good haircut because whether you have healthy hair or not, it's important to have a good foundation.



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Using the right products is definitely very important for creating healthy hair.



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Make sure you always start with a good haircut because whether you have healthy hair or not, it's important to have a good foundation.
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The tips seems to be great, well done thanks a lot for sharing them.
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Dont Over-wash. Everyday shampooing is drying on the hair and scalp, so try for two to three times a week. A quick rinse and some conditioner dabbed on the ends works for non-shampoo days. and Trim, Trim, Trim. Frequent hair trims are crucial to healthy hair. Split ends move up the strand, resulting in breakage and a need for increasingly shorter haircuts. Trim off fragile ends at least every 8 to 10 weeks.

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I posted some hair tips on my blogSmile




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Following are some helpful tips for healthy hairs:
1. It is better to apply castor oil for a healthy growth of hair.
2. Wash hair with tea once in a week.
3. Apply besan in the hair and wash it with water drained from the cooked rice.
4. Soak a handful of gooseberry in a cup of milk for two hours. Make it as a paste and apply in the hair.
5. Apply the mixture of an egg white, 2 spoon of castor oil, 1 spoon glycerin, in the scalp and hair. Wash it after some time.
6. Massage hair with warm coconut oil an hour before washing. Let it soak. Cover your head with a hot towel and wash your hair after an hour or so.
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Diet and non stress full life style are two keys for hair growth.
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Step One, Shampooing with thought. When you are shampooing, you don't
have to leave the shampoo in your hair like you do with conditioner,
you simply have to get your hair wet, smooth the shampoo from root to
tip, and lather into your scalp with your fingertips. Rinse and follow
with conditioner. Try limiting yourself to shampooing once every other
day at most.

Step Two, Conditioning is key. Never skip the
conditioning treatment for your hair, since shampoo can strip your hair
of all of the minerals and oils your body naturally produces to keep
your hair safe; conditioner was designed to reduce some of the effects
of shampooing that can be damaging to your hair. Spread your conditioner
from root to tips and leave in for approximately one minute, every once
and a while it can be helpful to leave it in a bit longer so that you
can deep condition.

Step Three, How to towel dry. Towel drying
isn't as simple as just rubbing a towel through your hair and being
done. It is bad for your hair and can cause tangling that leads to
breaking when you do it the wrong way. It is important to pat and
squeeze your hair dry with the towel, rather than rub or shake. That way
you can prevent breakage.

Step Four, Combing for success. When it
comes to combing your hair most people use a bristle brush and just
brush through their hair, but the best way to do it is to use a wide
toothed comb and start at the bottom slowly working out knots. This
greatly reduces breakage.

Step Five, Product to save you. When you
use things like blow dryers, flat irons, and even curling irons you are
burning your hair. So like the skin in the sun, hair needs to be
protected. Most hair care brands offer a protective spray or serum that
can keep the heat from burning the hair. It is important to apply these
products before using heat to style your hair. After this is applied,
style your hair the way you please and enjoy your smooth and silky hair.

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Hello,
     welcome to you on this forum,Today's life has become very busy and speedy. Sometime it seems frustrating that causes can be affects in your

life. Health is very important part of our life and Nobody have time to take care of his/her health. you should be conscious with your health.for this

no need to go anywhere,just take your net references for natural care.





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I am always pleased to hear helpful tips to create healthy hair. 


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Big%20smile I think alo vera products are one of the best ingredient used for hair
  
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For Healthy Hair

1)     Drink lot of water

2)     Eat Healthy food

3)     Eat dry fruits and walnut is a must

4)     Condition them

5)     Avoid excessive use of products

6)     Avoid direct sun light



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My tip for girls with dry and frizzy hair:

1.  Use sulfate free shampoo. Sulfates dry out your hair.
2.  After shampooing, use a silicone free conditioner, then pat (not rub) hair dry with a towel.
3.  Then use a hair serum. The best hair serums contain natural oils, such as coconut oil or argan oil.

I use argan oil hair serum. It helped smooth down frizz and made my hair soft and glossy. It’s not oily or heavy, or at least the one I have isn’t.

A good oil based product doubles as a heat protectant.


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I forgot to mention that it's really important to use a shampoo, silicone free conditioner and hair serum which works for your hair type and texture. 

If you use hair products which are incompatible with your hair type and texture you will not be able to get the best results.


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