How to Promote Healthy Hair: the Eco Friendly Way

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It's a happy feeling to help educate people on the ways to take care of one very important asset, which is their hair. Though hair doesn't define who people really are, it does tell you much about their style and possibly parts of their personality. It is important to promote healthy hair using natural and safe solutions and a nicely thought out daily routine. You can't compare the amount of work and dedication like you possibly could when trying to, for example, shed 30 pounds of weight in order to prepare for a dancing event, but nonetheless, taking care of hair does require daily work and dedication. It pays off when you pay attention and make the effort.

Below contains some information laid out after interviewing a wonderful professional who has been involved in helping clients with their hair, and is an expert in her field. From gathering her knowledge, and through a few tips laid out in this article, you can learn to promote healthy hair the eco friendly and natural way.

Interview with Judy Slaughter: Judy Slaughter is a professional hairstylist and has over 40 years of experience in the hair industry. She owns her own beauty salon in the Sacramento, California area. She knows that standing out from the crowd of other salons means going the "Green" and natural route, which she said has paid off when helping out her clients. Following this model means a salon like Judy's can be truthful to their clients about what they really need, and provide the best solutions to their needs, instead of just going the easy route to make a quick buck.

Transitioning to natural: From Judy's experience and knowledge, women who decide to make the transition to natural are weary of doing so, and so she does what she calls a "Natural head of hairs" method for them to try for a weekend. If they like the natural style, they'll continuously wear and maintain it. If not, they are back at her salon to make changes. She stressed that when going natural, it isn't as easy to style your hair to match the hairstyle of celebrities like Beyonce or Lady Gaga. However, you'll be able to rest assure that you're getting great, healthy results.

Judy's hair care advice: One of Judy's thoughts on why women are having hair problems are that they tend to overuse hot utensils, and over process hair with harmful chemical based products. It comes to no surprise of those habits being the case. Aside from advising to limit those habits, one suggestion she had is brushing your hair with a boar bristol brush or use a rubber/wooden comb, and stay away from nylon brushes, which tend to rip out hair.

Using a satin scarf prior to going to sleep is another one of Judy's suggestions. Staying away from cotton, which absorbs moisture from hair, is also a determinating factor. Prior to sleeping, applying light wave oil into hair she felt is also important for women to follow, as hair needs vitamins and nutrients throughout the night while you're asleep. However, Judy also pointed out that more (applying more products into hair) is not the merrier, which she referred to as a way to cause clogs in the pores, dandruff, oily hair, and other problems. This means you should only use any product as recommended, which is normally a pea or dime size.

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