The importance of hair to women

Hair is a subject that is very important to women and their self-esteem. We often see our hair as a reflection of our identity because it is both personal and public. The positive or negative view of one’s hair can greatly affect a woman. Hair, its length, texture and colour, all affect how a person looks and how they will be perceived. Throughout history, hair had significance in women’s life. It is directly associated with the beauty and youthfulness of women. Many women feel that a bad hair day equals a bad day. Every woman craves for long, shiny, straight and smooth hair. Women can speak a lot via their hair and hairstyle. Hair is one of the assets for women.

These are just a few of the things hair has symbolized for women throughout time, which resulted in the importance of hair to women.

1. Femininity

History shows that hair is a symbol of femininity. During the civil war when women weren’t allowed to go on to the battlefield, hundreds of women soldiers disguised themselves as men by cutting off their hair, eventually being imprisoned upon discovery. After the Battle of France in 1940, French women’s heads were shaved as punishment for their romantic relationships with German soldiers. This is the reason why, hair represents femininity, even till today.

2. Identity

It’s no wonder women feel like their hair is a “crowning glory,” as this phrase dates back to Biblical times. According to 1 Corinthians 11: 15, “but for a woman, if her hair is abundant, it is a glory to her; for her hair is given to her for a covering.” The negative implication of shaved head is also shown in 1 Corinthians 11: 5, “and every woman, who prays or prophesies with her head uncovered, dishonours her head; for she is on a level with her whose head is shaven.” Till today, the negative implication of a woman with a bare head is apparent in society.

3. Freedom and beauty

Hair is a symbol of beauty for a long time. Women with long and straight hair were considered beautiful. In ancient times, steam and natural oils were used for keeping hair straight, shiny, and smooth.  This is the reason why queens and princesses used to have the handmaidens for hairstyling. The handmaidens used to style the hair using flowers and hair accessories. There were different hairstyles with different attires. Even in the limited resources, princesses and queens used to have eye catchy hairstyles.

4. Liberation

Hair and hairstyle portrayed the symbol of liberation as well. In the 1950s, female communists and soldiers in China favoured a short bob cut just below the ears. This simple hairstyle was named the “Liberation Hairdo” because it is a symbol of women taking control over their own lives. Women continue to use their hairdo to express themselves.

The hair and beauty industry is a multibillion-dollar industry. This is not just because many of us believe that appearances are important, but also because our hair represents our personality, thoughts and beliefs. You will be delighted to know that Oriental Hair Solutions can help you maintain and upkeep your hair so that your hair health is always in the tip-top condition.

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Surprising causes of oily hair

The greasy hair struggle is real. If you’re dealing with hair that seems to lose their lustre in the blink of an eye, we feel your pain. From sebum production to over-styling, many grease-enhancing factors that can leave you wondering why your hair is so oily. Healthy hair produces a certain amount of sebum or oil to hydrate your scalp and protect your hair. The amount of oil you produce varies depending on your hair type, your hygiene habits, and other lifestyle factors. Sometimes this natural oil can collect on your hair, especially at the root. This gives your hair a slick appearance that some may feel looks dirty. If you feel your hair may be oilier than it should be, keep reading what might be causing it.

1. Over-washing

A somewhat unexpected cause of oily hair is over-washing. That’s right, it’s possible to wash your hair too often. Every time you wash your hair with shampoo, it sends the scalp the signal to produce more sebum. If you’re washing your hair too often, your scalp gets the message that it needs to be in oil production overdrive. This can result in an oily build-up on your scalp.

2. Hair type

Straight hair is especially prone to collecting oil. That’s because the hair shaft doesn’t have any texture or wave to it, so oil slides straight down the hair shaft and collects all over your head. It also makes oil in your hair more visible when hair hangs straight down.

3. Your hair products

Another cause of oily hair is the type of products you use. Sebum is a type of oil, which means that simply washing it with water doesn’t break it up. Rinsing your hair with just water or skipping the shampoo step and using only conditioner can cause the oil to build up. While it might not be easy to spot the oil when your hair is drying, it quickly appears oily again only a few hours or so later. That’s because only certain ingredients, found in most shampoos, can break down the oil that builds up on your hair.

Greasy hair equals to heavy feeling hair. To combat this, it is important your hair feels refreshed. Use a shampoo that is formulated with tea tree oil which helps to detoxify while gently cleanse and volumize hair. Next, use a conditioner. Your hair will be left feeling renewed and refreshed. If you’re looking for a quick fix to greasy hair, use a dry shampoo. Use your fingers to massage the product into the scalp and comb through your hair, if needed.

Some hair types are more prone to oily build-up than others. Remember, oil is just part of the way your body protects your scalp, and there’s nothing dirty or wrong about a little oil build-up in your hair. If you’re concerned by how much you sweat or if your scalp is often irritated, speak to a hair consultant like Oriental Hair Solutions for some expert advice.

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Vegetables for healthy hair

Vegetables are our best friends when we are trying to lose some pounds. They are also great for our hair. These fruits and vegetables for hair growth contain vitamins, fibres and minerals which are known to help with hair growth and maintaining the texture and smoothness. You can include these beneficial vegetables to your diet for healthy hair and to improve hair growth.

1. Spinach

Amongst those vegetables that are considered nutritious for your hair, spinach tops the list. Full of edible fibre, spinach is a rich source of iron and zinc in addition to other essential vitamins and minerals. These two minerals are highly necessary for the hair, as the absence of zinc and iron often leads to hair loss in many people.

2. Carrots

Carrots are the second-best vegetable for hair growth. Carrots are a rich store of Vitamin B7 or biotin that is considered a healthy tonic for the hair. Biotin is essential for hair re-growth. At the same time, it helps to strengthen the hair roots so that hair does not fall out easily.

3. Onions

Onions are an affluent source of zinc, iron and biotin, all of which are needful for hair growth. In addition to hair growth, onion is a wonderful vegetable that helps in preventing the premature greying of hair.

4. Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are an excellent source of beta-carotene. Our body transforms beta-carotene into Vitamin A. Beta-carotene is required for cell repair within the body. Sweet potatoes fulfil the dearth of Vitamin A to a large extent.

5. Tomatoes

Tomatoes are rich sources of antioxidants. Antioxidants are also effective cell-repairing agents. They help to remove impurities and toxins from the surface of the scalp. One can either consume tomatoes directly or apply the tomato pulp on the scalp for better results. Tomatoes help to improve the shine and lustre of the hair.

6. Garlic

Although having a pungent smell, garlic is an ideal tonic for the hair. It is good to add this to your regular diet chart, as it contains very few calories. Besides, garlic contains a very high sulfur content, which is considered best for hair re-growth.

7. Beetroots

Having a red-coloured vegetable increases your lycopene, which is known to increase the hair growth rate. Beetroots contain lycopene that helps to stimulate hair growth. In addition to beetroots, most of the reddish vegetables are good for the hair, as they might contain the same nutrient.

8. French Beans

French beans are the richest source of Vitamins A and E. Vitamin E is highly needful for improving the lustre and volume of hair. It also protects your hair from premature greying.

9. Green Chilli

Another rich store of keratin and Vitamin E, green chillies are excellent for fostering hair growth. It also helps to repair the damaged cells of the scalp to promote new hair follicles.

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Establishing the right hair care routine

Getting into a hair care routine is just like embarking on a skincare routine. If your hair care routine hasn’t changed since high school — or it’s limited to lather, rinse, repeat — it may be time to pay more attention to your mane. Whether you sport a low-key ponytail most days or live for blowouts, your hair deserves a little TLC.

But the process of finding that routine can seem a little daunting, especially when there are numerous options for people with the same hair type. Once you’ve found one that works for you, you’ll rarely stray away from it.

Your routine ultimately depends on a few factors. Here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know to find the hair care ritual that will be right for you.

1. Your natural hair texture or type

Hair types tend to be fine, thick, or coarse and fall into one of these categories: straight, wavy or curly. Each has its upsides and downsides. For example, straight hair usually looks and feels greasy quicker than curly hair due to oil speedily making its way down the hair shaft.

2. Whether your hair has been bleached, dyed, or otherwise chemically processed

If your hair has come into contact with dye, bleach, or chemicals, you may have to think extra hard about your routine. People with dyed hair are advised not to wash it every day to prevent premature colour fading and dryness. Bleached hair may also require some extra nourishment in the form of conditioner or hair masks.

3. How you want to wear your hair daily

Do you like to straighten your hair? Curl it? Leave it completely natural? It’s another thing you’ll have to consider, especially if you’re a fan of using damaging heat tools.

4. Whether you have specific concerns that you want to address

It’s normal to find at least one aspect of your hair problematic, whether it’s frizz, a flaky scalp, or dry, damaged strands. Knowing what the problem is, is half the task done. The rest involves finding the best solution.

The order of your routine matters and consistency is key. You’re not going to notice dramatic results overnight, although the effects of masks and certain styling products can be immediately noticeable. It takes time for your hair to get used to new products. In some cases, this may be a week. But dry or damaged hair may take at least a month to reap the benefits.

The order you apply products can also make a difference. While this does depend on your hair type and texture, there are a few general rules. For example, shampoo, conditioner, and any in-shower products should be applied first, followed by heat protection, a volumizer or mousse, and shine serum. Then you can dry and style your hair, setting it with a gel (or similar product) and hair spray. Make sure your final styling product is one that seals in moisture and helps keeps hair healthy.

But when it comes to frequency of use, it’s best to consult a professional like Oriental Hair Solutions. Get in touch with us here.

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Go from brittle to bouncy with healthy hair habits

Bad hair days are a bummer, but they are no joke. According to a poll, 74% of women say a bad hair day makes them feel less confident. So, when your hair is in good shape, it undoubtedly looks better and makes you feel better. The challenge is your strands are constantly prone to hair damage. With all these potential strand stresses, it’s no surprise that having healthy hair requires effort to keep it looking lush. And while there isn’t a secret shortcut to healthier hair, taking time to keep strands strong is worth the commitment. With small tweaks to your routine, maintaining great hair can be effortless.

Start to establish healthy habits in your hair care routine for great hair days ahead!

1. Brush your hair before you shower

No matter what your hair texture is, taking 60 seconds to detangle strands will keep them strong. When your hair is wet it is more vulnerable to breakage, so always brush knots out of your hair when it’s dry. Brushing dry hair distributes the natural oils from your scalp down to the ends of your hair and your hair is already smooth and ready to style after you shower.

2. Eat a balanced diet

You already know that you are what you eat. Your hair is mostly made up of protein, so eating a balanced diet of protein-rich food is important. Add fish, meat, eggs, beans to your grocery list. Other good sources of hair food include berries, spinach, and avocados, along with anything else rich in vitamins C and E which will help boost collagen production, resulting in stronger strands. Learn more about the good food you should include in your daily diet here.

3. Sleep on silk

Make the most of your beauty sleep by swapping out your cotton pillowcase for a silk alternative. This way, you can protect the cuticle of your hair by reducing the amount of friction between your hair and the fabric. You can also try sleeping with your hair in a loose topknot or try a low loose braid if you have thick or textured hair to give you more control of your hair during the night.

 4. Style smarter

To minimize damage from heat styling, invest in professional hot tools that have ionic technology, which will infuse moisture into your hair as you style. Also, you can opt for a curling iron or straightener that is solid ceramic, rather than only having a ceramic coating. This will distribute heat onto your hair evenly, locking in your style quickly so you don’t need to re-apply the iron continuously to get your desired look.

5. Get a trim

You need regular haircuts to ensure that your strands stay healthy and don’t break off at the ends. If you don’t want to lose a lot of length, ask your stylist for a dusting, so only the tips are snipped, which gets rid of damaged ends, but maintains the length.

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Improve your hair growth in 7 days

Many of us forget that proper nutrition is one of the most important things to help nourish those gorgeous locks on our head. A balanced diet can help you get the key nutrients necessary for keeping your hair in great shape.

On the other hand, what you eat can also have a dramatic effect on hair loss. Consider replacing processed and packaged foods that are very nutrient-poor for more whole, real and natural foods. Many of these processed items are loaded with additives and artificial ingredients that you don’t need. Plus, these processed foods can wreak havoc on the gut.

We have put together a list of the best foods for healthy hair. Load up on these healthy hair all-stars and eat your way to fuller, stronger hair!

Monday: Eggs

Your hair is made up of protein, therefore it is important to ensure that you have enough protein in your diet. Protein is the building block of hair and eggs are one of the richest natural sources of protein.

Tuesday: Spinach and Other Dark Leafy Greens

Iron is an essential mineral that your hair cells require. A deficiency of iron in the body may cause hair loss. When your body is running low on iron, oxygen and nutrients are not getting transported to the hair roots and follicles adequately which can inhibit growth and make your strands weak.

Wednesday: Citrus Fruits

Your body requires Vitamin C for iron absorption. Therefore, you need to add citrus fruits to your diet. Nutritionists recommend that one lime per day is enough to get your daily dose of Vitamin C. You could also opt for oranges. Vitamin C is also required to produce collagen that make capillaries that connect to the hair shafts strong, thus ensuring regular supply of nutrients and quick hair growth.

Thursday: Nuts and Seeds

Omega-3 fatty acids nourish the hair and support thickening. Since your body cannot produce these healthy fats, you need to derive them from your diet. Almonds and walnuts are high in Omega-3 fatty acids. Similarly, flaxseeds can serve as a mid-meal healthy snack while also supplying the essential fats to your hair.

Friday: Whole Grains

Whole grains are rich in biotin along with iron, zinc, and B vitamins. Biotin is required for cell proliferation and plays an important part in producing amino acids (protein) which are required for your hair to grow.

Saturday: Carrots

Drink carrot juice for quick hair growth. The hair contains the fastest growing tissues in the body and vitamin A is required for the growth of every cell. It also helps the scalp in producing the natural sebum oil which keeps it and the roots healthy to boost hair growth.

Sunday: Avocado

Vitamin E improves blood circulation and helps the follicles work more efficiently to promote hair growth. It also maintains the oil and PH levels balance which if exceeds can clog the hair follicles and stop hair growth. Avocado is a great source of Vitamin E and it is also rich in the heart healthy monounsaturated fats. You can add it to your breakfast salad or blend it into a green smoothie.

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Tips to make caring for all hair types a breeze

If you’re looking to learn how to care for different hair types, you’re in the right place. Whether your hair is damaged, dry, curly, straight, or fine, you need to know your hair’s curl patterns, its density and styling need because healthy self-care includes your hair.

The key is to understand what each type needs so you can style it well and keep it healthy. Read these tips that we have put together to help keep your tresses looking healthy, shiny and beautiful.

If you have damaged hair

Tip: Try using a nourishing oil

How often do you use hair oil? If you have damaged hair, be it from the environment, colour or heat styling, this is something to consider including in your routine. As the name suggests, it toes the line between a serum and an oil, making it the perfect hair care and hairstyling product all at once. So not only will it help strengthen your tresses against breakage, but it should help smooth and make your hair easier to style, too.

If you have dry hair

Tip: Try an oil treatment

There are many reasons for dry hair: over-styling, excessive heat, and internal and external dehydration are just a few of the usual suspects. To solve the problem, owners ought to introduce an oil treatment that you can use for your pre-shampooing routine. It can be used before hair-washing to help add moisture to your thirsty locks. However, if you have naturally dry hair not caused by damage but more of genetics, then gentle yet nourishing products might be more suitable.

If you have curly hair

Tip: Use a leave-in conditioner

Dryness and frizz probably top the hair enemy list for anyone with a curly hair. Because of the ‘S’ or ‘Z’ shape of curly hair, the scalp’s natural oils have more trouble travelling down the hair than for those with straight hair, which often equals in dryness and loss of curl definition. However, there are easy ways to rehydrate your curls and increase manageability. For example, instead of combing, which can lead to frizz and breakage, use a leave-in conditioner and rake through wet hair with your fingertips. You can also air-dry instead of using a blow dryer.

If you have thin or fine hair

Tip: Try reversing your hair washing routine

When you apply conditioner, are you applying it mostly to your scalp or just your tips? Making sure that you concentrate your conditioner application only to the lengths of your hair rather than your roots can make a big difference. And while this technique is one to note across the board for all hair types, it’s even more important for fine or thin-haired ladies. Because fine hair often has issues with retaining volume and lift at the roots, applying too much conditioner can weigh it down, or even irritate the scalp. But if you’re one of the many who still find the usual wash-out conditioners leaving behind heavy, greasy-feeling hair, perhaps it’s time to switch it up and apply your conditioner first? It may sound rather unconventional, but it could be a suitable hair care method for your hair type.

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Caring for your hair after working out

Exercise is essential in preventing heart disease and other illnesses, regulating weight, and managing other aspects of life including sleep, mood, memory, strength, and energy levels. Did you know that the health of your hair correlates with the health of your body? Exercise is good for your hair in the long run! However, workouts cause perspiration and sweat left on your scalp can do quite a bit of damage, which is why you will need to know these post-workout hair care tips to keep your hair fighting fit and looking great too.

1. Use dry shampoo before exercise

We usually exercise first thing in the morning, so we like to use our dry shampoo at night. It will absorb overnight, and our hair will look refreshed. But if you exercise later in the day, you can spray some into your roots before, so it’ll absorb the excess moisture and sweat. The easiest way to get rid of sweat and execute hair care after exercising is also to apply dry shampoo on it.

2. Use hair care oil

Give your hair a good application of tea tree oil to keep bacteria and fungus at bay. But do not apply tea tree oil by itself as it is very potent; mix it with coconut oil and apply it instead. You can also use peppermint oil on your scalp for post-workout hair care. Not only is it refreshing but it is also known to induce hair growth. Mix a few drops of the oil with aloe vera juice and water before applying.

3. Drink enough water

Two-thirds of our body consists of water, which directly promotes metabolism. Exercising leads to sweating. You lose large amounts of fluids and if the weather is hot, it is natural for you to feel thirsty during the workout and suppressing your thirst is not a very good idea.Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day in addition to the water you consume post your workout. Dehydration is the number one cause of a dry scalp.

4. Use sulfate-free shampoo

Pick daily shampoos designed for daily use. That way, you will not be fighting against your delicate scalp’s natural mechanism of keeping your hair moisturised. Use a light-weight moisturising shampoo without sulfate that will not over cleanse your hair. Give your hair a good wash with warm water. Make you sure you don’t you’re your hair every single day though.

These are some post-workout hair tips to keep our hair looking fresh even after a few days! You can also enhance your hair care efforts with the right treatment at Oriental Hair Solutions. At Oriental Hair Solutions, all Scalp Analysis to be done by Trichologist-Trained Certified Hair Practitioners and tailor your individualised recommended Treatment Programme for you so that you will be able to maximize its benefits. Click here to learn more about the different treatments we have.

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Treating Dry and Brittle Hair

Dry and brittle hair is common in men and women of all ages. Although dry hair may be annoying, it’s usually not a sign of a serious health condition. This is because the sebum is not able to reach the ends of the hair as easily as it can in straight or wavy hair.

Environmental factors, your hair care routine, and your hormonal health can all play a role in keeping your hair moist and healthy. Some reasons your hair might be dry include excessive shampooing, exposure to UV light, blow-drying your hair, thyroid dysfunction and repeated exposure to chlorinated water.

Now that you know the possible reasons for dry and brittle hair, we share with you some ways that you can adopt to treat your (or your man’s) dry, brittle hair.

1. Shampoo less frequently

If your hair tends to be dry, you can try reducing your shampooing frequency to two or three times per week. Use cooler water. Using cool water when you’re washing your hair may help your hair retain moisture.

2. Change your shampoo or conditioner

Switching to a shampoo designed specifically for dry hair may help keep your hair moist. Try leave-in conditioners. Such conditioners are left in your hair for 20 to 30 minutes and help moisturize extremely dry hair.

3. Change your brush 

Boar bristle brushes and nylon brushes have bristles that are close together. These bristles can help stimulate your scalp and distribute oil throughout your hair.

4. Air dry your hair

Letting your hair air dry can help you avoid potentially damaging heat that dries out your hair. If you do blow-dry your hair, try sticking to the lowest temperature setting.

5. Make lifestyle changes for healthier hair

Even though genetics play a large role in determining your hair health, good lifestyle habits can also be beneficial. Some changes you can make to maximize your hair health include eating a balanced diet, avoid smoking, minimise exposure to the sun and exercise regularly.

Dry hair is a common problem among men. If your hair tends to be dry, you may want to try changing your hair care routine and adopting good lifestyle habits. Enhance your effort with Oriental Hair Solutions Purifying Scalp Therapy to deep cleanse your scalp.

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The best vitamins for your hair

Your hair condition is a sign of health or beauty. Like any other parts of your body, hair needs a variety of nutrients to be healthy and grow. While factors such as age, genetics and hormones can also affect hair growth, optimal nutrient intake is the key to encourage your hair to grow. We share with you how these vitamins can boost the growth of your tresses.

1. Vitamin A

All cells need vitamin A for growth. This includes hair, the fastest growing tissue in the human body. Vitamin A also helps skin glands make an oily substance called sebum. Sebum moisturizes the scalp and helps keep hair healthy. Deficiency in vitamin A may lead to several problems, including hair loss. While it is important to get enough vitamin A, too much may be dangerous. Studies show that an overdose of vitamin A can also contribute to hair loss. Good sources include sweet potatoes, carrots, spinach, kale and some animal protein.

2. B-Vitamins

B-vitamins help carry oxygen and nutrients to your scalp, which aids in hair growth. You can get B-vitamins from many foods, including whole grains, almonds, meat, fish, seafood and dark, leafy greens. Vitamin B12 is naturally found in animal products, such as fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk, and milk products. Vitamin B12 is generally not present in plant foods, but fortified breakfast cereals are a readily available source of vitamin B12 with high bioavailability for vegetarians. Do consider supplements as well if you’re a vegatarian or vegan.

3. Vitamin C

Free radical damage can block growth and cause your hair to age. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect against the oxidative stress caused by free radicals and prevent the hair from aging. In addition, your body needs vitamin C to create a protein known as collagen — an important part of hair structure. Vitamin C also helps your body absorb iron, a mineral necessary for hair growth. Strawberries, peppers, guavas and citrus fruits are all good sources of vitamin C.

4. Vitamin D

Low levels of vitamin D are linked to alopecia, a technical term for hair loss. That said, most people don’t get enough vitamin D and it may still be a good idea to increase your intake. Your body produces vitamin D through direct contact with the sun’s rays. Good dietary sources of vitamin D include fatty fish, cod liver oil, some types of mushroom and fortified foods.

5. Vitamin E

Similar to vitamin C, vitamin E is an antioxidant that can prevent oxidative stress and as a result, boosts hair growth. You can include good sources of vitamin E such as sunflower seeds, almonds, spinach and avocados in your diet as and when possible.

Food is the best source of the vitamins you need for hair growth. You will also be delighted to know that Oriental Hair Solutions hair products contain natural active ingredients that are carefully selected with stringent checks and control, which can enhance your efforts to encourage more hair growth. Click here to find out more on our natural, safe and highly effective hair and scalp care range of products.

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