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Finding the right hair care part-1

Discovering the right hair care
Part 1

You may believe that treating hair is simple and that choosing hair care is a breeze, right? However, with so many hair care treatments and companies fraudulently pushing haircare procedures, it’s difficult to tell what’s correct and what’s not. You have nothing to worry about with Beauty Garage’s vow to treat your hair with distinctive hair care treatments and a guide to treating your hair with optimal hair care products.

This isn’t about how you should take things slowly and keep things simple because you’ll figure it out eventually, It is not the best way. If you want to save time while choosing the proper products for your hair, look for hair care products that work well together and fulfill two important needs: moisture and protein. But first, you must define your hair type, and only then we can begin your quest for flawless hair.

Identify your hair type.

When it comes to selecting the proper products, understanding your hair type is critical for identifying which products will perform best for your hair. In reality, many of your hair troubles or problems may be the result of utilizing the incorrect products. Knowing your hair type allows you to establish the correct balance for your hair and put an end to bad hair days for good.

Here are four criteria to consider when determining what type of hair you have:

1. The Texture: Take a strand of hair and place it between your index and thumb. If you don’t feel it, you have fine hair, which is more prone to breakage and greasiness. You have a medium/normal texture if you can feel the hair. If the strand can be touched clearly and is noticeably thick, you have a coarse hair structure, which is more prone to frizz and can be unruly.

2. Hair Type: Your hairstyle might be straight, wavy, curly, or coiled. These can vary depending on a variety of elements, the most important of which is texture. Curly and wavy hair is more prone to dryness and frizz, but straight hair lacks shine and volume.

3. Porosity: This is your hair’s capacity to absorb and retain moisture. The simplest method is to lay a strand of your hair in a dish of water and wait. It has high porosity if it sinks nearly soon – it is more damaged owing to cracks and splits in the cuticle. If it remains on the surface, you have low porosity hair, which means the cuticle is flat, making moisture and products more difficult to absorb. If the strand remains hung in the middle, you have medium porosity, which is good for adequate moisture and product retention.

4. The Type of Scalp: After shampooing your hair, as usual, let it air dry without using any products. After 2-4 hours, gently dab the crown of your head with blotting paper or tissue paper. If it looks the same, you have a dry scalp, which makes your hair more prone to dullness, roughness, dandruff, and frizz. If you find oily residue on the paper, you have an oily scalp and are more likely to develop flat, greasy hair. You have a normal scalp if you observe only a few traces of oil, which suggests that most products will work for you.

The next step would be to know what your hair needs, what are basic essentials for your hair.

What your hair needs

Moisture and protein are two key needs for hair products. How much moisture and protein your hair needs is determined by its kind, and now that you know what your hair type is, things become a lot easier.

With these things said and a brief analysis of your hair type, now we find the right hair care for you.

In Finding your hair care part 2, know more about finding the best fit solution for your hair care with beauty Garage.

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