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How To Treat Dry Hair

Hair care tips to help you combat dry hair.

Getting dry hair to look healthy and shiny can be frustrating. The best solution is to follow a few simple haircare tips and add the best products for dry hair into your daily beauty routine. 

First, if you’re not 100% sure that your hair is actually dry, here’s an easy way to find out: when your hair is wet, simply grab a single hair strand, and tug on both ends. If the strand snaps and easily breaks, your hair is definitely lacking moisture and you should proceed with the following steps:

1- Nourish Your Hair With the Best Type of Hydration

Since your dry hair is lacking moisture, it’s fairly obvious that it needs a lot of hydration. What’s not so obvious, however, is the type of hydration your hair really needs. The best expert to know and to evaluate what your hair needs is your stylist. Ask him or her for advice on which type of hydration and treatments you should be using, both in the salon as well as at home.

2- Opt for Haircare Treatments Based on Essential Oils

In general you want to look for haircare products that infuse hydration into each hair fiber. Essential oils such as Avocado and Cranberry oils for color care or Argan oil for general nourishment, can be the perfect match to give you silky smooth hair without a greasy residue. Argan oil is ideal for unruly hair and to revive dry hair strands. All these powerful ingredients can be found in the Mythic Oil range.

3- Seek Professional Help and Expertise

Home remedies for dry hair might sound like an easy option, but you actually need professional help from your hair salon experts to truly see and feel a difference in your dry hair. Only Professionals are able to identify the level of dryness of your hair and suggest the most targeted treatment.

At your next visit, ask for Absolute Repair Lipidium. The Absolut Repair Lipidium range is based on an innovative and breakthrough technology called the “Lipidium Complex” that targets your hair with and locks in optimal nourishment.