How to Achieve Your Hair Goals in 2021
Have you ever watched a Herbel Essences advert on TV and wondered how long the model spent in the salon before her hair blew in the wind like a blanket of silk? Well, as you’ve probably guessed, in most cases, hair ads and brands don’t live up to your expectations and they certainly don’t give you the same silky hair as the girl in the ad.
However, that doesn’t mean that you should give up hope. Finding the right shampoo is important, and finding the right conditioner for your hair type is even more crucial. Shampoo is used by women all over the world to clean their hair and scalp. Conditioner, as the label suggests, is used to make a women’s hair feel “conditioned” and make it smell nice.
When you’ve found the right shampoo for your hair, you ought to bear in mind that in order to keep your hair healthy, you should change your brand of shampoo from time to time. Now there could be a million and one reasons as to why a women should do this, but we aren’t going to get into that now. Just remember to change your shampoo. The same goes for your conditioner. Its almost as if your hair has a memory and it gets bored or tired of the same chemicals being put on it every day.
Whether your hair has a mind of its own or not, you should always choose the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type. Shampoos and conditioners are manufactured for hair types – and it really does matter.
Top shampoo and conditioner brands include:
- Herbal Essences
- Swiss Formula
While the most expensive might not always be the best, it is likely that the cheapest is full of chemicals and not that great for your hair. Try organic or natural shampoos and conditioners with avocado, aloe vera, and other extracts. Keratin has now been proven to be excellent for your hair, so try and search a shampoo or condition with certain formula in the ingredients. It will normally state this on the front of the bottle! Avoid shampoos with methylparaben or any types of parabens as these have been linked with cancer and are stated as carcinogenic chemicals.