BEST 3 TIPS TO GET A SHINY HAIR IN AUTUMN - FashionistaPlanet

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BEST 3 TIPS TO GET A SHINY HAIR IN AUTUMN


No more dull hair! Follow our tips for coping with the changing seasons with shiny hair.

 



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Autumn: 3 tips to revive hair shine :

When the scales that cover the hair shaft are spread too far apart due to the sun, the hairdryer, stress, or pollution, light is absorbed and the hair becomes dull. By tightening these scales, you will get to find shiny hair. Here are the right things to do to face autumn with confidence (hair).

 

Daily care:

Shiny hair is hair that is regularly pampered. Avoid coloring, straightening, perming and anything that can damage your hair, let it breathe, and consider getting your ends cut every three months or so. At home, try to finish the shower with a jet of cold water on the head, favor natural drying and brush the hair carefully, working upwards from the tips and using a boar bristle brush.

 

Suitable foods:

A deficiency of iron or vitamin B6 can be responsible for a lack of shine in the hair. Fill up on omega-3s from olive oil and fish, iron from pulses and grains, zinc from egg yolks, lentils, and seafood, and vitamin B with almonds, walnuts, and brewer's yeast.

 

Grandmother's remedies:

Economical and natural, do-it-yourself masks revive hair's shine in a few hours. Prepare one based on olive oil, argan oil, or coconut oil (or all three), soak the hair in it, protect it with a towel, and let it acts overnight. In the morning, wash them several times to make sure all of the oil is gone...

If you prefer rinse water, you can rinse your hair with lemon juice or a little vinegar diluted in lukewarm water. Alternatively, you can make a homemade infusion. Blondes will choose chamomile flowers, brunettes sage or rosemary leaves, and redheads hibiscus flowers. Boil mineral water, add five tablespoons of your chosen herb, steep for 30 minutes, and pour into a bottle. You can use it after your usual shampoo, without rinsing, several times a week.

 

 

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