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Hair Myths you Should Stop Believing Now

4th January 2022
"There are several myths and misconceptions about hair. We may also hear various misinformation about hair care procedures."

There are several myths and misconceptions about hair. We may also hear various misinformation about hair care procedures.

However, none of these are true or supported by scientific data. Here are certain hair misconceptions you should quit believing right now.

Brushing your hair frequently makes it look healthier

This is known to cause further harm to your hair. Moreover, brushing pulls out hair that isn't ready to come out, damages good hair, and is likely to cause further hair loss.

You should encourage yourself to Brush your hair softly for style purposes only and not to stimulate it.

If you trim your hair frequently, it will grow faster

Hair grows from the follicles in the scalp. The number of cuts you get has nothing to do with how fast or slow your hair grows.

Trimming your hair on a regular basis will help you avoid split ends and breakage.

As a result, minor trimming every 6-8 weeks will keep your hair looking healthy.

Shaving your head will give you a thicker hair

Hair grows from follicles in your scalp that are healthy. Shaving your hair will have no effect on the quantity or quality of healthy hair follicles on your scalp.

It will also not make your hair thicker. You should actually stop believing this right now and treat your hair with vitamins.

Wearing a hat or cap too much can cause hair to fall

Wearing a hat or cap will not force your hair out of the follicles.

However, if you don't maintain your hat clean, it might lead to scalp infections.

The only time a tight hat or cap may induce hair fall is when it produces considerable friction on the scalp and pulls your hair, which is not always possible.

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How to treat your damaged hair

13th December 2021
"Over styling, exposure to heat, chemical processing, and other habits can strip the hair of its moisture and natural oils, which can result in damaged hair."

Over styling, exposure to heat, chemical processing, and other habits can strip the hair of its moisture and natural oils, which can result in damaged hair.

To prevent those things from happening, or to repair your hair if it’s already damaged, here are some tips on them:

Get Regular Trims

Get your hair trimmed once in 6-8 weeks to remove or prevent split ends. Split ends when left untreated can cause brittle, dry, and damaged hair.

Even if you’ve been growing out your hair for what feels like forever, it’s important to get regular trims to remove dry and split ends.

Don’t Brush Wet Hair

The best time to brush your hair is when it is almost or completely dry.

But if you have tangles after washing it or after a swim, you can use a wide-tooth comb on your wet hair to restore order but make sure it has smooth tooth ends so you don’t irritate your scalp.

And as a general rule if you’re brushing wet hair, make sure you’re applying a leave-in product to help the brush glide through without any snagging or breakage.

Apply Hair Serum

We can’t stress enough the importance of serums. They protect hair from heat styling, control frizz, and leave a shine on your hair.

As a general rule of thumb, apply the serum to your hair and the ends. Applying it to the scalp can make the hair look greasy.

Hair Oils

When your hair is feeling extra-rough, such as after a dip in the pool, use a little oil to add softness back into strands.

Coconut oil is one of nature's fab products for your hair. It can penetrate the cuticle of your hair to repair hair damage.

Olive oil is considered an excellent moisturizing agent and can help replenish the lost moisture from your hair.

Don’t Wash Your Hair Every Day

Washing your hair too often can remove the important oils from your scalp too early before they get the chance to work their way down the hair shaft and nourish your entire length. 

For some people, too-frequent washing can cause damaged hair and a dry, itchy scalp. For others, infrequent washing can make the hair look greasy and lifeless.

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Take care of your Hair this Rainy Season | Tips |

29th December 2021
"We love rainy seasons but the rainy season may bring plenty of hair and scalp problems with it."

We love rainy seasons but the rainy season may bring plenty of hair and scalp problems with it.

Because today's environment is polluted, the rain that falls is not clean, but instead contains carbon dust and pollution. Hair is sensitive to absorbing hydrogen and creating bonds, causing it to become frizzy.

Here are some tips to take care of your hair during the rainy season: 

Keep Your Hair Dry

The humidity level is already high during the rainy season so you need to take extra precautions to keep your hair dry. Excess moisture may weigh your hair down and make it limp.

Moreover, make sure your hair is completely dry after shampooing, and then comb it with a broad-toothed comb before leaving the house.

Hair is more prone to breakage and damage when it is wet. Try tying your hair with a scarf or another basic hair item. It protects the hair from the sun while also preventing it from getting wet.

Avoid chemicals

Excessive humidity is a result of monsoons, which causes hair to become dull, brittle, and frizzy. This frequently results in an oily scalp and dandruff.

Moreover, it’s best to avoid hair styling and chemical treatments on a regular basis. It's also critical to always condition your hair after shampooing it.

This promotes the recovery of all lost nutrients and the restoration of hair's smoothness.

Avoid getting wet in the rain

Pollutants in rainwater weaken your hair and cause it to lose its natural shine and beauty so you need to stay away from it. Rainwater is frequently acidic or contaminated, which can damage your hair.

To protect your hair from the impacts of the rain, use a waterproof pullover or scarf.

If you can't prevent coming into touch with rainfall, make sure you use a decent shampoo to thoroughly clean your hair from root to tip, as well as a conditioner on the length of your hair to replace any lost nutrients.

Warm Hair Oil

In the rainy seasons, using warm hair oil massages, followed by hair wash and conditioning, is the best way to take care of your hair. This makes the hair softer and easier to handle.

Also, you can massage Aloe Vera gel into the scalp and hair to relieve dandruff, split ends, and other hair-related issues.


During the monsoon, short hair is simpler to manage and remain healthy. A haircut is a simple approach to relieve the tension of hair care.

This is the greatest moment to cut your hair short if you've ever wanted to but were concerned. Moreover, long hair is prone to being pulled and falling out more.

So trimming your hair ends will help eliminate any damaged or split ends, allowing your hair to grow faster.

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