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Celebrity Hair - How to Get It

by: Danna Schneider

Celebrity Hair - The Secret is in the Products

Everyone loves celebrity hair. It seems like most famous people never have a bad hair day. Okay, aside from Donald Trump. What's their secret? Is it in their genes, or do they have secret weapons against bad hair days?

While some people may genuinely have smooth, lustrous hair naturally, the majority of people you see with envy-inducing hair are the product of excellent styling and hair products and tools, mixed with a good stylist and a great haircut. Oh yeah, and sprinkle in some dietary supplements and a good diet rich in hair-friendly nutrients. This equation results in fabulous, silky, vibrant hair that will be the envy of many.

So, what are the secrets to the healthy and beautiful locks of celebrities? As previously mentioned, the selection of hair products and hair styling tools is crucial, no matter what you've heard. Not only that, but tendency to use too little product in an effort toward conservation is a common mistake. If you are using a hair creme or gel designed to smooth the hair or make curls less frizzy and more uniform, do not skimp. Skimping on the products will reduce their effectiveness.

Another good tip used by hairstylists and recommended by several top beauticians is to periodically use a vinegar rinse on your hair. The acid in the vinegar helps to rinse away residue on the hair left by dirt and styling products, and leaves the hair shiny and smooth due to the acid content. It may not smell too pleasant, but it really works to clean the hair and remove the residue that causes dullness.

Want Straight, Shiny and Smooth Hair?

If you're looking to get straight, manageable and shiny hair, there are some excellent styling tools that were previously only used by high profile celebrity stylists at a pretty penny that are now available for sale online and in salons. These hair straightening irons are made of material that does not damage the hair with hight heat, but actually helps seal the cuticle and make the hair appear shinier and healthier, while keeping it smooth for hours.

The hair dryer you use is also very important if you're looking for a straight and smooth style. Be sure to pick one that says it uses Ionic technology, and also make sure the dryer has at least 1875 watts of power. Any less than that, and you will find that you are drying your hair longer, and it will look drier and more brittle because of the longer use.

As far as shampoos and conditioners go, I would not recommend choosing a shampoo that boasts "clarifying" or "formulated for oily hair". These types of formulas usually produce a lot of lather and really feel like they're cleaning your head and hair, but really they strip your hair of the natural oils they need to stay healthy and shiny and will make your hair more brittle.

Instead, opt for a shampoo that is formulated for normal to dry hair. Then, even if you have oily hair or an oily scalp, at least you are still getting the cleansing you need without the stripping and dryness.

The same theory should be followed for your conditioner. Conditioners that have moisturizing ingredients and are advertised as adding shine and manageability are your best options. These formulas are usually targeted to seal the individual strands of hair and protect them from humidity, frizz and split ends.

When preparing your hair for a blowing dry after cleansing and conditioning, be sure to use a wide tooth comb rather than a brush when it is wet. This avoids a lot of breakage. Also, when blowing out the hair, use a natural brush that is as large around as you can find. The larger the brush used in the blowout, the straighter and shinier your hair will be.

A good recommendation followed by some of today's most famous women at the advice of their stylists is to sleep on a satin pillowcase. Doing this assures that you are not causing friction and split ends at night. Not only that, you will wake up with hair that is almost exactly as you left it at night, since the satin material allows your hair to glide smoothly without damage or drastic displacement as you move your head around in your sleep.

Another recommendation is to take a good dietary supplement, more specifically one geared toward nail and hair growth and health. These hair supplements can really give you a boost in the internal nutrients such as biotin and amino acids that your hair needs to stay glossy and lustrous.

Follow these guidelines, and I can assure you, it will give you the power to achieve the hair you've always wanted. And, of course, it doesn't hurt to have "good hair genes".

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About The Author
Visit Sedu Reviews for more information on excellent salon-quality hair straightening tools. Danna Schneider is the founder of Cosmetics Galore.com where you can find out how to get Celebrity Hair.
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