How to Choose the Right Hair Products for You
There is such a wide variety of hair products out on the market today, it can be extremely difficult to figure out which ones are the right ones for you. This is particularly true if you have a wide variety of hair issues going on. For example, what hair products do you buy if your hair is color treated and flat? Do you go for the color care hair products, or do you choose the volumizing kind instead? Adding to the already significant problem is the fact that hair care companies seem to be churning out more and more hair products today than ever. They have hair products for short hair, long hair, flat hair, color treated hair, curly hair, African American hair, dull hair and every other kind of hair you can think of. Moreover, most of the hair products are really not that cheap, so if you make a bad decision and choose a hair product that does not work well for you, you are out a fair bit of money as well. Plus, hair products are one of the few types of items that are not returnable by almost any stores. Once you make a decision, you are stuck with it for better or for worse!To help you make a well informed decision, it helps to know what kind of hair products your hair needs. If you have color treated, curly hair and you normally go for the color treated stuff but want something different, go ahead and switch to something just for curly hair. Just about all hair products are going to be okay on color treated hair, as more and more brands and manufacturers are realizing that most people color treat their hair these days.The only kinds of hair products that you might want to watch out for are the kinds that offer lots and lots of volume. Specifically, you might want to watch out for volumizing shampoos. This is because to get your hair the kind of lift and volume that you are looking for, the hair products strip off any grease or extra hair products that may be left over on your hair from the previous day. In stripping off all of this nastiness, sometimes the shampoo can strip a little bit too far, taking off a little of your hair color. If done every day, it could dramatically fade your hair color in a few days time.
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I’d say I look marvelous but my hair looks like shit. This is what you mix having a broken straightener and a rainy day, icky icky hair. Tomorrow it’ll be a new color — on the bright side.