PRESERVE THE SHINE
Get compliments for your beautiful, shiny hair this monsoon.
The hair is the richest ornament
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Preserve

Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. PRESERVE THE SHINE Get compliments for your beautiful, shiny hair this monsoon. The hair is the richest ornament of women. – Martin Luther J ust like your skin, hairs also need proper attention and care and when it is monsoon it becomes more important to save them from losing shine and thickness. If not taken care properly monsoon can prove to be havoc on hairs and can make them frizzy, dry and brittle. Hairs may also become limp, and there are chances of scalp infections too. Thus, proper hair care in monsoon is very essential. Maintaining your hair is relatively easy with the right kind of steps Be careful with your diet: Drink more and more water as it is an important element for a healthy body, skin and hair. Eatables full of proteins taking care of your hair should be included in your daily diet. Food Wash with placid shampoo: Hairs can become lifeless due to dust and pollution. Keep your scalp clean and dry by washing your head on every second day with a gentle moisturising shampoo. Prevention from dandruff: The danger of dandruff/ fungus infection can increase during monsoon. When head is left wet for long time it may develop dandruff and infection. Donʼt tie your hair when wet. Use an anti- dandruff shampoo. Use of lemon juice once in a week is necessary for prevention of bacterial infection. Use oil and conditioning: Massaging your scalp with oil once a week helps in hydrating dry scalp and increases the flow of blood in your body. Coconut oil is rich in fatty acids that nourish and moisturise the scalp and hairs. – Megha Jetley containing Vitamin A and vitamin C is also a good source for healthy hairs. Getting wet in rain: Rain water may increase scalp infection, so after having a rain bath you must wash your head with tap water to protect them from infection.

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