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Here's How You Can Get Better Hair (And Look Your Best)

by Style Team
31 Jul 2017 | 2:10 PM

Good-looking hair begins with proper care. In order to maintain its strength and beauty, you must follow a healthy hair care regimen. Below are four easy steps that will help you get the swoon-worthy hair you've always wanted! 

1. Get a haircut

Whether you're wearing the most fashionable outfit or just a simple white t-shirt and jeans combo, your hair definitely plays a huge role in your overall appearance. Now if you notice that your hair has gotten long or it now looks dull and dry, it's time that you give it a much-deserved upgrade. Aside from giving you a fresh look, a trim can help get rid of hair damage, so that you get to keep your strands healthy as they grow.   

2. Wash your hair every day

Clean hair is healthy hair! This explains why washing your hair daily is important. Shampooing well will get rid of dirt, oil, and product buildup on your scalp. For great hair, use a shampoo that will thoroughly cleanse your strands and refresh your scalp. It's a bonus if you use a product that addresses your specific hair concerns, such as for grease control or deep cleaning.

3. Condition your locks

Make it a habit to use conditioner after shampooing to have healthy, manageable hair. Conditioning daily moisturizes and soothes strands to make it soft, smooth, and shiny. Having healthy-looking hair will make heads turn when you pass by! And who wouldn't want to get attention the right way, right?

4. Keep your hair dandruff-proof

Dandruff is truly an annoying scalp problem that will ruin any look. No matter how cool and shiny your hair looks, and no matter how sleek and dashing your outfit is, those dandruff flakes on your head (and with some of them finding their way on your clothes), decreases your pogi points. To prevent dandruff, you must eat healthy, avoid stress as much as possible, thoroughly cleanse your scalp, and most especially, use an anti-dandruff shampoo to eliminate those nasty white flakes! If the problem persists, best to consult a dermatologist.