TIPS & TRICKS
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TIPS & TRICKS
DOES YOUR HAIR REALLY GET "USED" TO A CERTAIN FORMULA?
We wish hair was that clever, but it's not. When you find something that works, stick with it.
Conditioner can help take damaged hair to a healthier place by pumping up the shine, taking down the static electricity, and building strength.
Conditioner can offer protection from UV rays. LOVE that.
When applying conditioner, concentrate on the ends of your hair (especially if you have fine hair). This avoids conditioner from weighing down your hair or making it look limp.
Smoking, stress, and poor eating habits don't just mess with your body they also play a role in healthy hair. Ditch the vices and your hair will thank you. Yes, there are lots of other reasons why you should be eliminating all of these things, so add this to your motivation list!
Sulfates are commonly found in shampoos, but they can cause frizziness and damage your color-treated hair. ProfilePRO shampoos never contain sulfates.
Scalp attention goes a long way: focusing on your scalp will help you avoid flyaways and dry hair.
That feels GOOD.
but it can't be overlooked - you are unique and so is your hair. Make the best choices when it comes to your shampoo and conditioner by making sure they are formulated for your personal hair needs. It would be like buying shoes in the wrong size just because you need shoes: they will still be shoes, but you can't wear them comfortably. Shampoo and conditioner formulated for YOU is like slipping on the perfect size every time.
How often you use "I have to wash my hair" as an excuse to get out of awkward dates is up to you, but it is really based on how much oil your scalp produces.
You're looking at washing as much as once per day.
You're off the hook. You can wash with less frequency.
As you get older, your scalp actually produces less oil so shampooing doesn't need to happen as often.
Don't panic. You may not be shampooing frequently enough. Kick up your washing game in order to avoid dandruff and any other scalp issues.
Take care when blow drying your hair. Avoid using the hottest setting and keep the nozzle pointed downwards on your hair shaft. Another tip (and it might bring back middle school dance chaperone memories...) is to keep some distance! Keep the blow dryer at least 6 inches away from your hair to protect it.