Getting drenched in the monsoon is on everybody's to-do list but taking care of damaged hair isn't. Experts suggest tricks to preserve hair's health and avoid damage. Oil massages, a protein rich diet and regular cleansing are of extreme importance.
Unhappy with the out of control hair, the monsoon frizz and the stinky feet? Experts suggest steps to avoid these. Coconut oil and a honey mask can nourish the hair and airy footwear help keep smelly feet at bay.
Experts suggest the usage of natural oils to tame the frizzy, out of control hair during monsoons. Natural oils should never be used directly on their own, they should always be mixed with a carrier oil for safe usage.
As summers have set in, dry shampoo is going to be your everyday saviour if you don't have time to wash your hair regularly then dry shampoo will help in hair to not look greasy and matte. Here are some experts tips to keep your hair healthy.
For the make-up, replace your foundation with a concealer to hide imperfections and feel light. While for your hair, prepare using a cocktail of smoothening and anti-frizz serums to smoothen your hair and get rid of any frizz at the same time.
While beautician Shahnaz Husain doles out some home remedies to take care of your skin and hair post Holi celebrations, Dr Anoop Dhir, skin and hair care specialist, Apollo Hospital, Indraprastha, says one should remove colours slowly and not be in a hurry.