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They say that a woman’s beauty lies in her hair. How many of you have ever read that and then looked at yourselves in the mirror to see your hair looking like something the cat dragged in? Probably enough times. How’s a girl supposed to do EVERYTHING from fighting zits to keeping track of the French ladies visit, work and then also have perfect hair?

Salons and hairdressers are great except for one thing; they burn a hole in your pocket. While visiting a hairdresser once a month is essential, you must also know ways to keep your hair naturally healthy and beautiful. Besides if your hair falls off, who’s gonna afford the hair transplant cost?

What Does Your Hair Really Need?

Food and nutrition play an important role in keeping you healthy. Same goes for your hair. Therefore, following a well-balanced and healthy diet is essential to keep your hair healthy. Below are some foods that will keep those locks of yours drool- worthy:

Citrus fruits: Foods rich in vitamin C, such as tangerines, mandarins and oranges, are essential for the health of your hair. Vitamin C in these fruits facilitates your body to absorb vitamins and iron better, hence ensuring that your body gets the proper nutrition.

Greek yogurt: Being rich in Vitamin B5, which is pantothenic acid, it helps promote stronger hair by facilitating blood flow to the scalp, and making your roots healthier. The stronger your hair, the lesser you will have to concern about hair loss problem or fue hair transplant procedure in the future, unless it has already become necessary to do so.

Seafood: Most seafood, especially fish such as salmon and trout, is rich in the fatty acid omega B3. It not only keeps hair rich, shiny and full, but it also fights infections and inflammations that may be causing the hair fall. So, love your fish, it will possibly save you that hair transplant cost.

Hair Care For Damaged Hair

For hair to be healthy and manageable, they should be washed properly. Being too infrequent with washing or washing your hair too many times a week is both detrimental to the health of your hair. Do not wash your hair more than 3 times a week. And if you have damaged or dry hair, it’s not too late to salvage it using the following tips:

Mask for damaged hair: One of the most common as well as most effective remedy for damaged hair is olive oil and apple cider vinegar. A tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, with 3 tablespoons olive oil and one egg white is needed for this mask. Mix well, and apply on hair for 45 minutes. Shampoo and rinse well with moderate temperature water.

Easy DIY mask for dry, brittle hair: Take one ripe avocado, and mix it with one tablespoon of soft butter. Apply it on hair, and wear a shower cap for an hour. Shampoo and rinse well. Use twice a week for shiny, silky hair.

Other than these tips, concentrate on deep cleaning your scalp as that is the place where dirt and oil builds up instead of the strands. Gently massage your scalp and rinse with lukewarm water instead of using water that is either too hot or too cold. Stay away from too much heat styling and air dry your hair. Also, never rub your hair vigorously. Rather, just take a soft towel and squeeze out all the excess water from them to prevent hair fall. Use a wide toothed comb to detangle wet hair.

Follow these tips, and we assure you will have gorgeous hair within no time.

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