1. Prevent Frizz With A Gentle Shampoo That Uses Natural Ingredients
As you turn silver, has your hair become thinner and more brittle? Is it dry and frizzy?
Luckily there are some simple ways to prevent it:
Don’t Overshampoo. Washing hair too much can dry it out by stripping your natural oils, making it frizzy and unmanageable. Even oily hair should be given a breather between washings.
Reduce Heat. Heat and frizz go together. Wash and rinse your hair in cool or warm water.
Keep Your Hair Moisturized. The drier your hair, the more susceptible it is to absorbing frizz-causing humidity from the atmosphere. Keep your locks well-hydrated by using a shampoo with argan oil and Coconut oil, as its proven to moisturize and prevent frizz.
Avoid SLS (sodium lauyrl sulfates). Aggressive cleansers can lead to dryness, breakage, and frizz. To keep your silvers frizz-free, choose a shampoo that uses natural sulfates (such as coco sulfates), and avoid washing your hair every day.
2. Reduce Thinning & Add Volume
One of the unfortunate realities of turning silver is that it loses its volume and can become thinner and more brittle. This can be especially noticeable when we have gray hair, as the lighter color tends to highlight any imperfections. Fortunately, there are ways to combat these changes.
Using a shampoo with rice protein is an effective way to add volume and strength to thinning hair. Rice protein has been shown to penetrate the hair shaft and help repair damage from within. In addition, it can help to protect the hair from future damage. As a result, using a shampoo with rice protein is an important step in keeping your hair looking its best as you age.
3. Never Have Split Ends Again
Split ends are the enemy of all women with silver hair. They can make your hair look dry and damaged, and no one wants that! But don't fret, because there are things you can do to mask frayed ends and get them looking their very best.
It's important to be careful not to overwash your silver hair, as this can lead to split ends. When shampooing, focus on the scalp and use a natural, SLS and palm oil free formula that's packed full of healthy ingredients such as coco butter and coconut oil for moisturizing.
And be sure to condition regularly to keep your hair hydrated and looking its best. With a little effort, you can keep your gray hair healthy and beautiful for years to come.
4. Stop Brassy Tones
Silver hair can be beautiful, but it can also be difficult to maintain. One common problem is that of brassy colors, which can make hair look yellow or orange.
There are a few things that women can do to prevent this from happening.
First, it is important to use a shampoo and conditioner that are specifically designed for gray hair. These products can help to neutralize brassy tones and keep hair looking its best.
In addition, women should avoid using hot tools such as curling irons and flat irons, as these can also cause brassy colors to appear. Finally, it is important to get your hair trimmed regularly, as this will help to keep it looking healthy and prevent split ends from exacerbating the problem.
5. Change From Liquid Shampoo To A Bar!
These days, there are so many choices when it comes to shampoo. Liquid, powder, gel, or bar? With so many options, it can be hard to know which one is right for you. If you're looking for a more natural option that is gentle on your hair and scalp, then bar shampoo is the way to go.
Vunella Natural shampoo bars are less drying and gentler on the scalp since they contain no SLS (sodium lauryl sulfates), no palm oil, no parabens, or any other harmful cleansers.
Each bar is packed with natural ingredients such as argan oil, rice protein, coconut oil, and coco butter to deeply moisturize silver hair and keep it healthier.
In addition, bar shampoo tends to last longer than liquid shampoo, so it can save money in the long run.
And for women who are concerned about the environment, bar shampoo is a much more sustainable option, since it doesn't require packaging or transportation. All in all, switching to bar shampoo is an easy change that can have a big impact on hair health.