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Healthy Hair for Men and Women-Split Ends

Do you guys remember we discussed split ends in Simple Steps for Long Hair, but now we are going to take one step further. In this post we are going to cover Healthy Hair for Men and Women-Split Ends.


Healthy Hair for Men and Women-Split Ends by Diverse Beauty

Split ends is one of many problems faced by individuals who have long hair (men and women) and improper can can damage hair.

  • Harsh Drying
  • Quick Brushing/Combing
  • Exposure to Chemicals/Environment
  • Rough Washing
  • Weather Changes

These are just few examples, but there are various ways our hair can get damaged and grow brittle. So we have decided to focus next on how to grow healthy hair by changing few ways we go with our daily lives and habits.

Today we are going to speak about split ends and ways to treat, remove and prevent them. Please keep in mind there is no one name of any magical product! Also remember that each individual has different characteristic and each hair growth/treatment is different and have different reactions.

When faced with split ends:

  • Get your hair cut on the regular basis—every six to eight weeks.
  • Trust your a professional hairdresser—please do not try to do it yourself
  • Try to trim damaged ends only—about 1/4″ above the split of a single strand

In our next post we will discuss and explain Prevention of Split Ends!


Henna for Hair?

I was surfing net yesterday and came towards Yahoo Q’s and A’s and someone was asking about Henna (The powdered leaves of a tropical shrub, used as a dye to color the hair and decorate the body, Wikipedia.com) Does Henna work for hair and the answer is yes it does. 

Henna in an natural organic power, which is popularly used to temporary tattoo hands and feet in many countries around the world. Also many peopHair Henna at diverse beautyle, who do not have access to hair coloring and/or are afraid of chemical mixtures in their hair, those people use henna either to add color/life to their hair and/or cover grey hair. 

My aunts use henna religiously for their hair, because they believe hair coloring that contains many chemicals can and do damage hair, while using henna it doesn’t do anything to hair, except it brings reddish-orangish glow to hair. I personally haven’t tried using henna in my hair, since I have dark long black hair, but since I have been so much reading, I am definitely going to try and keep you guys posted!

Though I have used henna many times for my hands and feet. I love the designs that we are able to create and play around and the best part is that it is temporary after few weeks it is gone! 

Have you tried henna?

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