Your Top 5 Hair Problems Solved

Allison Schmidt | 29 September 2016
Hair problems and how to fix them

Easy solutions to get your best hair yet. 

Everyone’s hair is different and has it’s own set of hair problems. Even the women who sport shampoo commercial hair everyday have some sort of hair hangup. Whether your hair is frizzy or flat, or you feel like you have to wash it twice a day to look clean, there are a host solutions to fix your hair woes. Read on to learn just how easy it is to fix your top hair problems.

Easy Solutions To Your Hair Problems

Hair problems on flat hair
Revive your flat hair with a few of our hair tips.

1. Frizzy Hair

Naturally frizzy hair doesn’t always need to be fought tooth and nail, it’s actually a cool new hair trend this fall. But if you want a sleek look, frizz will definitely not cut it. You can de-frizz with different hair treatments and many different hair products. Test the waters by trying a few different products before heading to the salon for a treatment. Products such as the TRESemmé Smooth & Silky Anti Frizz Secret Creme and Nexxus Frizz Defy Finishing Mist will help you to tone down the frizzies. If products don’t solve your frizzy hair problems, see if a keratin treatment is right for you.

2. Flat Hair

Having thin, flat hair can deflate a bold style. Good news is you can fake your way to thicker looking hair. Start out by using a volumizing, reverse wash system, like the TRESemme Pre-Wash Conditioner and the TRESemmé Beauty-full Volume Shampoo. You’ll also need products like mousse to plump up your strands. If that doesn’t do it, you can always work with your hair to style it larger. Another hair hack for flat hair is to add some curls or tease your hair to make your hair look more voluminous.

3. Greasy Hair

Greasy hair can be caused by anything from diet to hormones to genetics. Start with switching up your shampoo and conditioner. You won’t need a heavily moisturizing shampoo; a moisturizing shampoo will get your locks squeaky clean without weighting your hair down. If you feel like your hair gets oily looking within a day, you can try to “teach” your hair to last longer in-between washes. Simply start washing your hair every other day, and eventually your scalp will catch on and produce less oils. For days when you can’t wash your hair, refresh your hair by using some of the Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Dry Shampoo.

4. Damaged Hair

Badly damaged hair may need to be trimmed to get rid of the ends that are past the point of no return. An inch or two trim can make a world of difference in the healthy look of your hair. If you are prone to damaged hair, you should regularly use a hair mask. Try out the Nexxus Youth Renewal Treatment Masque to your routine once a week to help replenish your hair. Another way to help your damaged hair is to take a break from your blowout and do more heatless styles through out the week. Who knows, you may even find your new favorite hairstyle idea.

5. Split Ends

The easiest treatment for split ends is to snip them away. Bummer, we know. As a general rule, you should opt to get a trim every four to six weeks, or if you are very careful, you can trim split ends at home using the dusting method. If you are prone to split ends, and really who isn’t, try using Nexxus Promend Split End Binding Leave In Crème. The cream will work to seal your split ends back together so you can last longer in between trims.

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