imagine that almost all of our visitors look us up because they
are suffering from or want to avoid bad hair days. In the big
scheme of things you can be forgiven for thinking that if bad
hair is all a person has to worry about then their life can't
be all that bad! However, when you look at the effects a so called
'bad hair day' can have then you can see why hair is so important.
smart guys over at Yale have even studied the effects which include
low self-esteem, increasing self doubt, intensified social insecurities
and a tendency to self criticism, basically finding faults with
ourselves that go way beyond simple appearance. Even worrying
about the possibility of a bad hair day can lead to low self-esteem!
and Gamble found that men are just as likely to have a bad hair
day as women, a point that may come as a surprise to most women!
They also discovered that the effect on each of us can vary greatly
with feelings of increased self consciousness, irritability and
depression being the main ones.
job interviews, Weddings and all manner of important occasions
known to bring on acute cases of bad hair it really does pay to
avoid them. This is not as hard as you may think with a few basics
being the cause of most of them.
the shampoo and conditioner you choose suits your hair type
and check out good shampooing
is a big difference between a good
cut and a bad one and you definitely get what you pay
for! So don't skimp on something you are going to have to
wear every day for at least a month. Oh and get regular trims.
styling product or cheap and nasty products are major causes
of 'bad hair'. The symptoms can be anything from lank and
flat to sticky and flaky. Use a good clarifing shampoo to
remove the excess products and start a fresh remembering you
can always add more.
combs, brushes and electrical items mean that you are less
likely to damage your hair and can control it more easily.
Even a professional would struggle to do what I see some people
attempt with old hairdryers that over heat and combs with
the teeth missing! Remember hairdryers blow their thermostats
years before they give up completely.