Condition and nature of her hair

Luminous and airy, hair is the symbol of femininity. Before make-up and clothing, it is the hair that attracts the first glance. Unfortunately, pollution, stress, diet... there are many reasons why hair is in poor condition. Whether it is short or medium-length, your hair will regain strength and shine with the advice and care of our specialists, everything to restore life and shine to your hair.

What is the condition of your hair?

Knowing your own hair type is essential to offer the most appropriate shampoo or care. Dry, greasy, mixed, prone to dandruff, it is not always easy to determine your hair type.  To know it precisely, here are a few definitions.

Dry, dull, rough and electric hair

He's a hard haircut. It's the most common type of hair. Sometimes it is the inherent nature of hair, but more often than not, the dryness comes from aggressive hair treatments.

Is it greasy?

To find out, rub a sheet of paper on the top of your head at the temples. If the paper gets greasy, your hair is greasy. Oily hair is heavy and shiny. This condition is often caused by hormonal imbalance. It is particularly important at puberty.

Are they mixed?

Mixed hair is greasy at the roots and dry at the lengths. The scalp produces excess sebum as a result of an internal imbalance, due to stress or an excessively rich diet. Hair is dry because it is moisturized.

Do you have dandruff?

Dandruff is caused by the normal renewal of dead scalp cells. But if there is too much dandruff, a rapid flaking, consult a specialist.

Are you losing your hair?

Seasonal hair loss in autumn or spring is completely normal. But this loss should remain reasonable and should not last longer than 6 weeks. To find out whether or not this loss is normal, do a test: place your fingers spread out on your unwashed hair, press your fingers together and slide them from the root to the tip of your hair. Repeat 5 times. Place the collected hair after three days on a sheet of paper. If you count more than 20 hairs, this indicates an imbalance and it is necessary to consult a hair specialist at a hair centre or a dermatologist.

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