Pravilna nega, stiženje in čiščenje las

Sama skrbim za svojo frizuro. Z skrbno uporabo ogledal, ki mi omogočajo
pogled od odzadaj in vseh kotov se brez težav tudi (redno) strižem.

Nekatere neresnice v zvezi z nego las:

1. Brushing your hair 100 strokes a night will keep it healthy and
shiny. NE DRŽI.
However, brushing with a pure-bristle brush spreads natural oils along
the hair shaft, making your mane appear glossier, says John Steinberg, a
hairstylist and the owner of John Steinberg & Associates in Toronto. As
for how many strokes, it's up to you – a hundred isn't excessive if you
use the right brush.

2. Split ends can be repaired. NE DRŽI. A trim is the best way to deal
with split ends – it stops them from fraying up the entire hair shaft.
However, if you have left them too long or are genetically prone to
split ends, you can mask them with salon products that contain
emollients and sealing agents, like Kérastase Nutritive Nutri-Sculpt
Serum ($40), says Steinberg. "With long-term use – we're talking 10
years or so – they may fix the problem," he adds. Meanwhile, be kind to
new growth and go easy on the bleaching.

3. You should change your shampoo and conditioner ever few months
because you hair gets "used" to them. DELNO DRŽI. You should change your
hair products twice a year – but not because you build up a so-called
"immunity" to them. Rather, the change of season – from hot and humid to
dry and cold – calls for better moisturizing products, says Steinberg.

4. You shouldn't wash your hair every day. NE DRŽI. Thanks to product
advancements over the past decade, washing your hair every day isn't
damaging, says Steinberg. As long as you use a conditioner after
shampooing, you won't dry out your hair.

5. After highlighting or colouring your hair, wait two days before
washing it to preserve the colour. NE DRŽI. If you've had a salon colour
treatment, you can wash your hair the next day, says Steinberg. But if
you've gone the DIY route, follow the at-home kit instructions, which
usually recommend waiting 24 hours or more. An at-home gloss, like John
Frieda Luminous Color Glaze Clear Shine ($15), will keep colour fresh
between touch-ups.

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