I’ve been having lots of bad hair days lately. My hair is just set on misbehaving. It’s like it is in its teens and I’m in my twenties and we’re just having fights all the time. I went looking for some ways to avoid a bad hair day and found tons, which I just have to share, because there’s no way I’m the only person going through this, right? Bad hair days do not discriminate between age, gender, hair color, style, or length. They are equal opportunity disasters.
Baby treatment for remaining hair: You can take baby care of your hair to avoid hair loss throughout your treatment. Try to use satinsleepers.de that can catch and protect delicate hairs. Use soft brush for washing your hair. Avoid shampoos, strong detergents and other chemicals that can dry your scalp.
Rubbing your hair with a towel creates friction just like pillowcases do, as does wringing it out. Instead of rubbing hair dry, gently squeeze or scrunch out as much of the water as you can before getting out of the shower, using your fingers.
The soothing look and feel of satin adds beauty to your bedding. Satin fabrics are available in any color and there are hundreds of choices. And there are also many options in the actual satin fabric type and pillowcase design for you to choose from.
You can also use mayonnaise on your hair, since it is made primarily of eggs. For that matter, a mixture of egg yolks and plain yogurt will help you control your hair no matter what. In either case, your hair will be left strong, shiny, and healthy, and bad hair days will be things of the past.
Sleep is essential for a healthy complexion. As we sleep our body restores the tissues and cells of our skin and the stress from daily living gets reversed. When we deprive our body of sleep we are depriving our skin of sleep, leaving behind dark circles, puffiness and fine lines and wrinkles.
Finally, consider your daily maintenance. Are you using a quality conditioner? Are you allowing it to mat on your pillowcase while you sleep? Are you putting your hair in too tight of a pony tail? If any of these things are the case you could be your hair’s worst enemy. Don’t skip your conditioner. Sleep on a satin pillowcase or protect your hair while you sleep (a simple braid is okay). Use seamless hair ties and do not wrap them around your hair too tightly. If hair is coming out when you pull out a pony tail, wrap the pony tail holder around one less time.