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  1. Pai-Shau Something to Beleave-in
  2. Using sulfate shampoos will have the results of taking too much oil out of hair, The sulfates in shampoos can dry hair, making the cuticle layer stand up. causing hair to become more frizzy, dry looking, and damaged looking on the ends" Currently i am using Pai-Shau(Tea-Infused) which are Sulphate-free so your hair/curls will be softer, bouncier, shinier and more manageable.
  3. Having frizz really sucks,Nobody loves seeing their hair wild and rough, John Freida is one of the best products. Since you are looking for other best product recommendations which can help your hair, I will suggest the chemical-free product Pai-Shau Something to Beleave-in delivers intense moisture and all-day shine with the added nourishment. The specialty of this product is it is a Signature Tea Complex, Detaingler,Frizz blocker, Keratin safe. Detangles,prevents frizz, and enhances color and creating silky,works for all hair types, hope it works for you too.
  4. Shampoos and conditioners doesn't always help the hair,Applying Onion juice is the best idea than any, and its better to consult a dermatologist,may be you have a major scalp issues.
  5. Having greasy & Oily hair will really throw off your appearance, Turning your beautiful hair into greasy or oily before you even step out What Causes Oily Hair? Excess oil in your hair usually occurs. Issues in the scalp or poor beauty habits Every pore on your skin has a sebaceous gland, including your scalp. The sebaceous glands secrete an oily substance called sebum, which gives your hair its natural shine. Sebum keeps your hair healthy and smooth, and it keeps the hair from becoming dry and breaking.some glands may release excess of oil which results in oily skin and greasy hair It may also cause because of Hormonal changes (puberty or pregnancy), change in weather or climate . poor diet, improper hair care How to Prevent Oily Hair 1.Wash Less Often 2. Use Baby Powder 3. Use Dry Shampoo 4. Balance Your Brushing 5. Choose Your Products Wisely 6. Try Not To Touch Your Hair Greasy hair is also a cyclical problem. Overwashing or excess scrubbing during shampooing can irritate the scalp, causing more oil It’s important to rinse your hair in cold water for a minimum of 30 seconds to ensure that all shampoo and conditioner is out of your hair. Hot water stimulates the sebaceous glands.Cool water also helps close your cuticle, reducing damage to your hair. Let your hair air dry naturally use styling products altogether if your hair is naturally oily, you just need to know how to choose the right styling products Hair products for Greasy hair. 1. Pai-Shau Biphasic Infusion 2. TRESemmé Purify & Replenish Deep Cleansing 3. Maxi.Wash Pai-Shau Biphasic Infusion Benefits of this product is Signature Tea Complex , Chemical-free hair product Color safe, Keratin safe, Vegan, Cruelty free, Paraben Free Sulfate Free.
  6. The truth is, traditional shampoos and conditioners contain synthetic chemicals that are harmful to our skin and overall health. That foamy, heaven-smelling goodness that lathers up in your hair actually contains many harmful ingredients such as sulfate, alcohol, silicone, parabens, and even traces of anti-freeze. Natural & Organic Shampoos Pai-Shau Prose John Masters Organics. Alaffia. Real Purity. Aromatica. Rahua. Yarok. True Botanicals Ursa Major
  7. The solution is finding a Hair product that suits your specific hair type and encourages the strength of your hair. When searching for the right hair straightening product, look for formulas that not only effectively and gently smooth hair, but also provide benefits like softness and shine. Here, the perfect list of the best hair-straightening products to solve your woes. Pai-Shau Matrix John Frieda Kerastase TRESemme Tips: Careful Combing Proper Conditioning Take A Break From Heat Blow Drying Techniques Say No To Chemicals Trimming Is Important
  8. Common problem for every swimmer,You don't want to ignore any-- When you love your hair and you love to swim. When i noticed that my hair appeared very dry and frizzy i felt broken, I'm gonna share a few things with you all. Use a leave-in conditioner before entering the pool Applying a little conditioner before you enter the pool can help prevent some of the chlorine from being absorbed. Using a leave-in conditioner with a cap can not only help prevent chlorine from being absorbed but can also moisturize your hair while swimming, too! Shampooing your hair immediately after chlorine exposure is the best way to remove the bulk of the chlorine and stop the damage it may be causing to your hair. Some shampoos are specially made to help remove chlorine and are a great idea for regular swimmers. Chlorine sucks the natural oils from your hair and skin, leaving them dry, rough, and damaged. Your hair needs some of its natural oil to remain smooth and healthy, Chlorine can also cause chemical reactions in your hair, changing the natural color of your hair, weakening each hair strand, and causing split ends. The oils removed from the skin can leave your skin red and irritated depending on the sensitivity of your skin. Chlorine-damaged hair is very dry, frizzy (especially at the ends), bleached out, and often feels a little like straw. It tangles and mats up easily Rinse skin before swimming. Chlorine can cause skin irritation. Chlorine neutralizer. Apply a chlorine neutralizing lotion to your skin before you swim. Rinse skin immediately. Rinse your skin with fresh water as soon as you get out of the pool. Moisturize. Keep your body hydrated. Exfoliate.

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