If you have curly hair, it can be difficult to control it.
So how do you prevent the inevitable ‘blonde hair day’?
Here are some tips.
Use a shampoo that’s gentle enough for your scalp.
A product called Shampoo for Scalp, by Cetaphil, is a gentle, non-toxic shampoo that has been shown to help reduce redness and break down hair.
Keep your hair in the morning and keep it out of the sun.
It helps to put your hair out at least twice a week, says Jennifer Krieger, RN, CSCS, a dermatologist and board certified cosmetic therapist.
Make sure you get enough vitamin D to maintain your hair’s healthy condition.
A vitamin D supplement is a great way to get the extra vitamin D your scalp needs.
Use products with a low glycemic index, or low-glycemic index foods like brown rice, lentils, beans, or brown rice flour.
Get a good haircut, and leave the rest of the day to rest.
If you want to go curly, try the “classic” curly hairstyle.
Take a daily facial scrub with the conditioner to clear out the dead skin and dead cells.
Avoid chemicals and harsh products, like conditioner and shampoo.
It can leave your hair looking and feeling dry.
If possible, wear a hat when you shave.
It’s also important to avoid wearing makeup and jewelry when you’re hair is curling.
Try the new, less harsh products.
Some people recommend using a “high-purity, organic” shampoo and conditioner.
If your scalp is already a little dry, try a conditioner that doesn’t irritate it.