Friday, August 13, 2010

How TO: Add Moisture to Hair That Is Naturally Dry

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Dry hair is a big problem faced by women who want tempting, silky tresses; they want to add moisture to hair to achieve these results. Dry hair also aggravates problems like hair breakage and dandruff and prevents one from having healthy hair.
  • Adding moisture to hair is an important part ofhair care, as it is hair moisture that keeps flaky, itchy scalps and split ends away. While a visit to the salon can take care of dry hair, it is not feasible to run to a professional every day. Here are some natural, easy, at-home ways to addmoisture to hair and keep it hydrated:
  • Make a nourishing hair conditioner with avocado and honey, and apply it to your hair at least twice a week.
  • Give your hair and scalp a good massage with a few drops of sunflower oil. The key is to not wash the oil out and let it work its wonder. Start with the ends and work toward the scalp.
  • Minimize the use of harsh hair products, colors, dryers, and curlers. Let your hair breathe, and keep it as natural as possible.
  • Get some good hair moisturizing products made with natural ingredients. Keep the chemical content as small as possible.
Dry and frizzy hair never looks good and is also unhealthy. Therefore, the level of moisture of hair needs to be kept high. While natural is the best way to go, you can always consult hair experts and pamper you hair at a salon.

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