Best kept hair secrets for Vietnamese people
Boosting thin Vietnamese hair with silicone
Most of them have the same hair complaints that are often about the Vietnamese hair condition being not good enough, it is thin or lifeless or both of them. Actually it is necessary that they have a suitable remedy to take care of their hair to be thicker and healthier.
A lot of Vietnamese people think that using heavy conditioners will help their hair better but they can also bring harmful side- effect causing hair limp. There is one better bet that is people use products with silicone, such as dimethicone or cyclomethicone. Vietnamese hair will be well protected because the products are the coat with a thin film, creating fuller hair without being greasy.
Eatting nutritious food for healthy hair
Fish is one of common food in Vietnam. It’s not only nutritious but also good for Vietnamese hair. Fish can provide vital nutrition to promote the body, particularly the hair stronger and healthier. Omega-3 fatty acids and protein in salmon produce a healthier scalp. Vietnamese people have leafy vegetables, beans, and carrots in their meal and they are also good for Vietnamese hair with appropriate nutrients. Further, Vietnamese people should avoid quick weight loss because they can be deficient in vital nutrients such as protein, or biotin, which can lead to hair loss or hair brittle.
Protecting Vietnamese hair from the sun
Vietnamese weather is divided into 4 seasons include spring, summer, autumn and winter. In each season, there will be different ways to protect the hair from bad affects. However, summer can be the most dangerous condition to damage Vietnamese hair. The sun shines brightly and directly; and it is not only no kind to the skin but also the hair. Exposure of the sun can dry out hair, especially hair color. The best solution for this problem is using hair spray with SPF protection or wearing a hat when being under the hot weather. Vietnam virgin hair can be protected by trimming frequently in order for having a healthy ends.
The sun is no kinder to your hair than it is to your skin. Sun exposure can dry out hair, especially if it’s color-treated. Use a light hair spray with SPF protection – or wear a hat when the sun is strongest. Frequent summer trims can keep your ends looking healthy.
Protecting shine with lukewarm water
In winter, a lot of Vietnamese people have the habit of using hot water to shampoo. However, hot water can strip the sebum of scalp which is the protective oil acting as a natural conditioner to give hair its shine. So instead of washing hair by hot water, using lukewarm water is much better to Vietnamese hair in winter. Also, Vietnamese people can massage while shampooing to pamper the scalp.
Above are some useful tips protecting and taking care of Vietnamese hair to have better hair look.