Four Ways To Take Care Of Your Family’s Hair!!

If you are looking to keep up appearances, taking care of your family’s hair is a great place to start. Your hair is one of the first things that people notice about you. If it is unkempt, greasy, or poorly styled, it will appear as though you do not take pride in your appearance. However, if your family is lucky enough to have shiny and thick hair, it will send the message that you are all happy and healthy individuals. Don’t just leave this down to luck. Take control of the situation and follow these simple tips.

Find the right style for you

The way that you wear your hair can drastically alter your appearance, which is why it is so essential for you to find the right style. It might seem like a daunting task but why not turn experimenting with your hair into a family event. As we all know, kids can be brutally honest, and therefore they might be the perfect judges for your new style. Ask your little ones what style their favourite celebrity is rocking and try your best to recreate it for them. Although such an endeavor may sound unrealistic, with the help of YouTube tutorials, it shouldn’t be too hard! Your husband may not be as willing to have a home hair cut, but rest assured mens’ hairdressing specialists are always willing to help.

Protect your family’s hair

Make sure that your family’s hair isn’t suffering from heat damage. It may sound like an argument waiting to happen, but try to limit the time your teenagers spend using their straighteners and curling irons. Encourage your family to embrace the natural look as much as possible. Heat damage can cause many problems for your hair such as split ends, dryness, and frizz. One useful tip to avoid frizz is to blow dry your hair on a medium setting. It might take a little longer, but it will help you to avoid the dreaded snowball effect. Also, remember to use heat protecting products if you really can’t bear letting your hair dry naturally.

Regular haircuts

One really important way to take care of your family’s hair is to invest in regular haircuts. While some moms opt for cutting their family’s hair themselves, it might be an idea to splash out for a professional job once in a while. A really good cut can dramatically improve both the health and the appearance of your locks. Even if you, or a member of your family, is trying to grow out your hair, it is important to have it cut regularly. The ends of your hair are the oldest bits and are more likely to be dry and damaged.

Thicken your hair

Finally, here is one for the adults. Over the years, men and women alike may find that their hair starts to thin. Although a natural result of ageing, thin hair does little to boost your confidence and appearance. In extreme cases, thinning hair can leave you looking unwell. If this is the case, consider using a Keratin conditioner that works to give you thicker and fuller hair. It conditions and gives volume to your hair without weighing it down or leaving you with a heavy, waxy residue. It also defends your hair against breakage.



  • Kristen

    I really need to get better at scheduling hair cuts appointments regularly! I tend to let too long go in between visits.

  • Terri S.

    I’m long overdue for a haircut. I usually let my hair grow very long and then get it cut short. My sister just had her hair cut and the style is what I want to get. I want to try a Keratin conditioner to make my hair fuller especially since you mention it doesn’t leave a waxy residue.

  • Dana Rodriguez

    I just had my hair trimmed this week but I am certainly guilty of waiting too long. I am going to give Keratin a try because I have very fine hair.

  • Rosie

    This is good information. My hair is getting longer, and I cut it myself, but now that is getting hard, I’ve been looking on youtube videos how to cut your own hair if long – some are pretty strange. I use a little warmed organic raw coconut oil mixed with essential oil, and put it on my ends before a curling iron, also run some into my scalp it smells nice, and is good for your hair. I want to take good care of my hair, this is the first time in ages it is longer.

  • michele

    I believe strongly in regular hair trims.. Cutting away all the dead ends and forcing your hair to create new growth.. I always trim hair by the moon phases and what sign the moon is in.. Cut for fast re-growth or cut for slow re-growth…

  • Kate Sarsfield

    My hair was always really short as a child as I was always ill & it was so much easier to keep clean. I then grew it as long as it would grow (think bum warmer) until about 20 years ago when I went for the chop again. I honestly can’t remember the last time I even used a comb! Just a bit of shampoo or body wash & that’s it!

  • Sarah L

    I stopped using heating things on my hair many years ago. Perhaps a blow dry in the winter after swimming, but other than that, none.

  • CJ

    I have very thick hair so I don’t need volume but I get dead ends a lot. I always use a leave-in Conditioner to keep it healthy and looking good. 🙂

  • Tamra Phelps

    I’ve been having hair problems for months now & I miss my thick, issue-free hair! Stress & illness are bummers for hair.

  • Tamra Phelps

    I had never had trouble with my hair until about 6 months ago. I actually developed a big bald spot on the back of my head! They think it’s because of a sudden, too quick weight loss. Now, I’m waiting for it to grow back. Hopefully!

  • CJ

    I have long hair and sometimes I forget to schedule a haircut. Getting a cut is great because your hair looks healthier and more bouncy when all the dead ends are gone…

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