4 Hair Combinations That Nobody Talks About

4 Hair Combinations That Nobody Talks About
4 Hair Combinations That Nobody Talks About
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I imagine you have heard of combined skin, because I want you to know that there are also combined hairs. We talked about this with celebrity stylist Epy Joel of Avant Garde Salon and Spa in Miami.

"It is very common to find hair that is not uniform in texture, but for these we have the remedy," said the expert.

Greasy roots and parched tips

"Each hair is attached to its own oil-producing sebaceous gland," says Epy Joel. "When you have fine hair, each strand takes up less space, so you actually have more hair and more sebaceous glands per square inch than other types."

How to wash it: Look in the shampoo and conditioner for the word volumizing. These products improve hair by removing oil and buildup, but they also hydrate dry ends with light conditioning agents, not concentrated oils that can damage your strands.

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How to style it: Avoid oil-based products, which make the part around the hairline more greasy. Also super-heavy sprays and gels that can further dry brittle ends.

Straight at the top and wavy at the bottom

"The shape of your hair follicle helps determine the curvature of your strands," says the expert. "The ovals produce curly hair and the circles produce straight hair. Also, the shape of their follicles can vary at different points on the head, "added Epy.

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How to wash it: "Choose formulas based on the needs of your hair, such as hydration or shine, instead of the style you want to achieve," says the stylist. "A volumizing shampoo, for example, will remove dirt and oil without being too heavy on straight hair, but a more moisturizing conditioner can help more wavy sections, which tend to be drier." To avoid the weight of the roots, apply the conditioner only from the middle to the end, then run a comb through your hair to make sure each hair is covered before rinsing.

How to style it: Do you want it completely wavy? Apply an anti-frizz spray (for fine hair) or cream (for thick hair), and cover with a layer a cream that enhances the curls. Wrap one-inch sections of hair around your fingers and secure the twists with curl clips. Once the hair is almost dry, remove the clips. If you prefer to wear it straight, apply a light anti-frizz spray or cream that protects against heat, then massage with a tablespoon of volumizing mousse at your roots. Using a round ceramic brush, blow dry your hair. "The heat from a dryer is less direct and intense than a flat iron, so it is not as damaging," says the stylist.

Fine and damaged

Despite the fact that fine strands are smaller in diameter than their thick counterparts, they have a higher percentage of cuticle, which can provide additional protection against chemical damage. But fine hair often doesn't have a style, so you can rely on irons, curling irons, and blow dryers a lot. Over time, that heat can deplete your strands of moisture, causing dulling and breakage.

How to wash it: To counteract the damage of the strands, reverse the cleaning process: condition it, then apply the shampoo. This allows conditioning agents to penetrate the strands and cover the cuticle, protecting the hair from any aggressive cleanser.

How to style it: " The bristles of the brushes can scratch the cuticle, making weak strands more vulnerable to damage," says Epy Joel. "Use a paddle brush, which has large bristles soft enough for any hair type."

Hoary

Despite popular belief, gray hair is not thicker - everyone's hair tends to get thinner with age. But as we age, the sebaceous glands tend to produce less sebum, causing dryness, dullness, and roughness.

How to wash it: For shiny strands, use a violet-based shampoo and conditioner to counteract yellow or copper tones.

How to style it: Prepare damp hair with a leave- in conditioner, then add a heat protection cream, which will help seal the cuticle, making it easier for your locks to become thin and smooth. Dry with a round brush, paying special attention to the gray sections.

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