6 Diwali Hair Tips for healthy looking hair!
Diwali, or Dipawali, is India’s biggest and most important holiday of the year. The festival gets its name from the row(avali) of clay lamps (deepa) that Indians light outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness.
So are you looking to experiment with new hairstyles this Diwali? Here are some tips to keep your hair looking healthy and gorgeous!
1. It’s normal to lose upto 150 strands of hair a day so don’t have a panic attack when you see a small bunch lying on your bathroom floor.
2. Gently comb wet hair carefully because this is when it’s most fragile and prone to breakage. Take a broad toothed comb and run it from the roots to the ends of your hair as gently as possible.
3. Try not to wash your hair everyday and always apply conditioner on to help prevent split ends and breakage.
4. Rinse your conditioner off with cold water as it is good for both strength and shine.
5. If you’ve got dry hair then it’s best to avoid colouring. However, if you want to naturally go a few shades lighter for this special occasion you can use lemon, chamomile tea or honey as they work as great hair lighteners. You can add lemon juice to water and spray it over your hair when you’re heading out. You can rinse your hair with brewed chamomile tea after you wash them with shampoo or add honey to the water you use to wash your hair. This will help to moisturize the hair as well.
6 Condition, Condition, CONDITION!
Even though you condition your hair after every wash, nothing quite works as good as deep conditioning. Every once in a while wash your hair with shampoo, squeeze out the extra water and towel dry it. Then take generous amounts of conditioner and apply it right to the root of your hair. Use a broad toothed comb and run it through your hair to make sure the conditioner reaches everywhere. Now, pull it up and clip it together. Leave the conditioner in for anywhere between 10 minutes to an hour. Pull it down, rinse thoroughly and enjoy silky smooth hair.
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