6 Hair sins every woman needs to avoid


Do you know that many of the dreaded hair conditions can be totally avoided because they have more to do with the things that you are doing wrong with your hair, than with the hair products you use. If you avoid some of these common mistakes people make with their hair, you will probably need fewer products to keep your hair looking great, below are ten of the biggest hair sins that you really should avoid committing.
Using too much hair product: Most ladies never read the instructions about their hair products, more is not better with hair products, in fact, the opposite is usually true so read the instructions on the back of your hair styling products; using too much of a product won’t make it work any better, but it will probably cause product build-up, which will make your hair look dull and lifeless.
Combing your hair from root to tip: While it does feel rather satisfying to comb your hair all the way through in one swoop, it’s going to make it more likely that you will damage your hair; the correct way to comb your hair is in small steps, starting at your tips and working your way up to the roots; that way, if you come across a knot, you can deal with it, without tugging at your hair.
Super tight hairdos: Tight hairdos put a lot of stress on your hair, pulling your hair up tight pulls on the strands of hair and it puts a strain on your follicles. In the worst cases, it can lead to hair breakage and even hair loss.
Rubbing your hair dry with a towel: Rubbing your hair dry with a towel is another sure way to break it; ideally, you should let your hair air-dry naturally, but if you are in a rush, pat your hair dry with an old T-shirt, rather than using a towel. T-shirts are much more absorbent than standard towels and they will do a lot less damage to your hair.
Washing your hair too often: Over-washing hair is a common mistake that will dry out hair and make it more brittle; most people only really need to wash their hair two to three times a week, or perhaps slightly more if you have greasy hair. If you need to freshen up a bit between washes, you could always use a dry shampoo instead.
Styling wet hair: The only thing you should really be using on wet hair is a wide toothed comb to get the tangles out and even then you should be very, very gentle with your hair when it is wet; wet hair is far more susceptible to breakage and damage, so avoid using hair brushes or any type of styling tool on your hair until it has dried completely.

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