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The Dull Hair Diagnosis: How to Fix and Prevent Dull-Looking Hair

Have you ever felt that your hair just isn’t looking as good as it should? Does it feel that even with all the high-tier shampoos, hair masks, and more, your hair just isn’t giving the best first impression? This is a surprisingly common issue and one that is difficult to really tackle. Dull hair can feel difficult to diagnose because there simply isn’t one basic quick fix or immediate cure that’s going to work for everyone.

After years with short-to-medium length hair, this is absolutely something I went through upon growing it out. Gone were my dreams of luscious, flowing locks, quickly replaced with the lacklustre reality of hair that seemed to look dirty all the time, even right after washing. Nobody should have to feel let down by their locks, which is why we’re putting together a quick guide to help you navigate the netherworld of haircare cures and get your flowing follicles looking fabulous.

Clarifying Concoction: Go the Baking Soda Route

No matter how fantastic your products are, over the years, they can start to build up a bit of a residue that doesn’t get washed clean by continued use of the same product. For this, one solution is the use of baking soda to really dissolve those chemicals and free up your hair shafts to look their best.

For a process like this, all you need to do is mix a small amount of baking soda, about four tablespoons for longer hair, with water to form a paste that can then be rubbed and combed through your hair. After 5 minutes, you should be ready to rinse out the mixture with a touch of conditioner. You’ll be amazed at just how effective a process like this can be for hair that just isn’t looking its cleanest.

Switch Up Your Products 

Sometimes, dealing with dull hair is as simple as changing up your shampoo and conditioner. With so many options on the market, many people will just often default to what’s cheap and easy to find at the supermarket, which can lead to them using products that simply aren’t going to give them the voluminously fabulous hair that they so desire. Kevin Murphy shampoo and conditioner is a pretty great starter option if someone’s looking to step up their haircare game and isn’t sure where to start.

With that said, you should also pay close attention to any products you use to ensure that they don’t contain anything you may be having a reaction to. Hair issues can start with the scalp, and if you have ingredients you have issues with in other areas, don’t expect them to treat your hair any better.

Lay Off the Heating Tools

It will probably come as no surprise to learn that heating products can really do a number on hair when used over a long period of time. However, those that are really unhappy with their hair’s lifeless look might be surprised at just how bad intense heating for drying and styling can be. Not only is natural drying considered the safer option, but even if you can’t do without a blowdryer, simply turning down the heat on tools like these can make a world of difference in the long term. Everything is better in moderation when it comes to caring for your skin and hair, and even small changes can start to show improvements when stuck to diligently.

Your hair’s health is incredibly important in determining how it’s going to look, and there are so many factors that can be causing potential issues. From dehydration to stress, your body is always going to show how it’s feeling through your skin, hair, and nails. So, if you take anything away from all this, remember that your comfort and health are incredibly important to look your best.


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