I get emails constantly from followers reaching out for help for common hair issues we all have or will have at one time in our lives. In this story I want help you with 3 of those hair issues- What to do when you start getting grays, how to handle flat hair, and what to do if your hair is damaged.
What causes graying? Look to your heredity. If your mom and dad started going gray in their 20’s or 30’s, which is considered premature graying, then chances are you will too, though this isn’t always the case. Age does play a large part in the graying process. The pigment in the hair shaft is generated from cells at the base of the root of the hair and as we get older these cells start producing less pigment until there is no pigment at all in the hair and we end up with the transparent hair. Not sure what to do once you start going gray? Read THIS article I contributed to for TheBlush.com.
Do you find that even after spending 30 minutes oomphing up your hair that it always falls flat by mid day? You’re not alone. Most women have this problem and it can be so frustrating that you don’t even want to put in the effort! I’ve talked about my love for hair powder before, but I dig deeper in this article here.
If you color, highlight, blow dry, tease, curl, or flat iron your hair, chances are it might not be in the best shape. Luckily there are ways to help prevent further damage when doing all this fun stuff to your locks. For starters, you need to treat your hair like it is a delicate little flower. People can be SO rough when styling and brushing, and when you have weakened hair to begin with it can easily be broken and split. Think “delicate hands” anytime you touch your hair. Click here for more of my tips.
Do you suffer from any of these hair issues?