What is the secret to obtaining beautiful hair? I will tell you the secret. It is a balance of having a proper nutritional diet, taking appropriate care of your hair and using the right products.
A person who is lacking in essential nutrition, and vitamins will have thinner hair that lacks luster. This could be caused from improper nutrition in their diet or a chemical imbalance in their bodies. I would talk to a doctor or a nutritionist if this is a concern of yours.
Taking proper care your hair includes using the right shampoo and conditioners that are made for
your hair type. There are many shampoos out there. It is easy to get confused if you are not sure what the differences are.
Be careful not to damage your hair by over coloring it. Cheap hair color dye tend to have a higher ammonia content and stresses the hair. If you over color your hair, it will begin to feel like straw because of the structural damage that is done to the hair when processing it. Not only will you begin to notice your hair looking damaged and broke, but you will also start noticing that your hair does not hold color evenly. The color will look faded and spotty in areas. This is due to the "holes" in the hair structure that has been caused by over processing. I would start hair treatments immediately.
To achieve beautiful hair try using the right products. One ingredient that is wonderful for the hair is Aragon oil. For fine hair use an Aragon oil blends so that it is not too heavy on the hair. Aragon oil is great for hair and its strength and softness. Furthermore, always use a leave in spray that is a thermal protection to protect your hair from heat damage and during the summer use one that protects your hair from UVA rays.
Another factor for pretty hair is in proper styling. Learning a style and what is needed to create the style is equally important because there are many products that are made to help you achieve different textures and styles. If you have fine hair, and you use a heavy product, then you are setting your hair style up for disaster. It will not hold and will become weighed down and greasy.