To create a beautiful hairstyle, hair care is the most important step and most people fail to maintain the proper treatment and hygiene of their hair. In today’s trendy and busy environment we are constantly over processing our hair, with chemicals, straightening irons and powerful hair dryers, removing the natural oils from our hair. For healthy hair we need to brush, shampoo and condition our hair to achieve that ‘salon’ look we all crave for. To counter the damaging effects caused by hair styling always use a high quality shampoo and conditioner to strengthen and nourish your hair and maintain a proper nutritious diet.
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To prevent hair loss :
Stress, fatigue, depression, seasonal variations, pregnancies, surgeries and excess sebum can all cause hair to fall out by weakening the metabolism and causing cells to degenerate. However, the main reason for hair loss is hormonal. Testosterone + the enzyme 5-Alpha-Reductase= a shortened hair-growth cycle. This androgen tic baldness can affect women in their fifties as much as men from adolescence.
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To regulate excess sebum :
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Madonna’s iconic Blonde Ambition ponytail has sold for $20,000 (£12,000) at an auction of memorabilia.
The platinum plaited look, created by tour stylist Sharon Gault, was sold alongside that Jean Paul Gaultier conical bra and other costume pieces from the groundbreaking 1990 tour. It was initially predicted to sell for £3,000, but reached more than quadruple that price at the Profiles in History auction in California.
Sharon created four versions of the I Dream of Jeannie-style braided ponytail, which has become of Madonna’s best-loved looks.
However the ponytail was actually dropped halfway through the tour, from the plaited style to tight barrel curls. This change wasn’t just down to a fashion whim – the ponytail not only kept getting caught in her headset mic, but was also putting strain on Madonna’s hair.