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When we talk about hair, there are many doubts about what is really true or false, and many times we cannot be sure whether or not we are doing good for the health of our hair. But don't be afraid, because on this April Fool's Day we're going to remove all your doubts once and for all! Ready?
- To have long hair, can't I cut it regularly?
Bullshit! Split ends and split ends are one of the problems you may encounter when you go more than 3 to 4 months without cutting your hair. So those ends really need to be cut so that the hair is healthy, with better fall and much more beautiful - even if you are growing your hair out. What you can and must do is prevent it, with good hair care products. Anyway, trimming the ends at least 3 to 4 times a year is essential.
- When washing your hair, does finishing with cold water help to add shine?
True! Cold water helps to close the hair cuticles and add shine. The ideal temperature to wash it is with cold to tepid water. Be careful with baths with very hot water, as it can damage your hair, even if you use an excellent hair product line.
- Is sleeping with wet hair bad for you?
True! It's the worst thing we can do to our hair, because it leaves it dull and lifeless! In addition to providing a moist environment on the scalp, it increases the likelihood of fungi and bacteria, which helps in increased oiliness, dandruff formation and even hair loss. If you don't have time to dry your hair at night, just wash it in the morning!
- When pulling out a white hair, do more grow?
Lies! The amount of gray hair that grows does not depend on this act, nor on the diet or care we may have. And, attention: it is not recommended to pull out white hair, as this habit can damage the follicles and cause ingrown hairs. So, accept it naturally and, if it bothers you, choose to paint! But don't forget that even white or colored hair needs good hydration and nutrition.
- Does a good diet give my hair more shine and health?
Truth! Ever since we were children, we've always heard that we are what we eat - and it's the greatest truth you can hear! We must have a diet rich in vitamins, proteins, omegas and plenty of water (we must be well hydrated), to help hair grow healthy. This practice, combined with the use of good hair products, is a guaranteed recipe for having shiny, soft and super healthy hair!
- Will salt products damage my hair?
Lies! This is one of the biggest myths floating around the internet. The salt does not damage the hair, as it is soluble in water, it ends up being removed when rinsing. This ingredient is present in many products, mainly in the formula of many shampoos.
- Does the quality of water influencethe health of our hair?
True! The salinity of the water or its pH alters the health of our hair, and sometimes, depending on the location, it can get worse or better. Each city has a different water treatment, and the plumbing of the house also has an influence.
8- Drying your hair with a hairdryer damages it?
Bullshit! However, you will need to use a low temperature and a good heat protectant, so as not to irritate the scalp and damage the hair strands.Do you already know our shields? We have options so you don't stop using the dryer and keep your hair shiny!
9 – Can stress cause hair loss?
True! Stress or a traumatic event can double or even triple hair loss In these cases, it is important to slow down the pace of life, and often seek medical help to reverse this effect.
10- Is washing your hair every day bad for you?
Truth and Lies! There is no correct number of times to wash your hair, because it depends a lot on the type of hair: if it is oily, curly, frizzy, straight, wavy... It also depends on the climate and lifestyle. There are many factors, and there is no scientific research that proves that washing your hair every day is bad for you. As long as we use quality products, in principle there is no problem. Do not use very hot water and always use a protection to dry your hair. So, everything goes well!
Now that you are more informed about the myths and truths, put this knowledge into practice, and if you have any further questions, contact us and we will be happy to help you! Share these curiosities with your family and friends..