How to keep your hair healthy

Author: Canadian Living


How to keep your hair healthy

Do your bad hair days out-number the good? Find help for your greying, dry or frizzy hair with expert hair care tips below.

Is your hair soft and shiny? Despite colour or texture, it's easy to get shiny, healthy hair – you just have to know how to treat it. We've asked the experts and compiled our most helpful hair care articles into one fantastic collection. Not sure what all the fuss is about conditioners? If you condition daily without noticeable results, you could be using the wrong product. Target your specific hair woes with the right conditioner in our helpful photo gallery. Plus, learn how to work with a natural curl or wave in your hair, and look your best with a fabulous head of grey hair.

Photo gallery: Discover how to choose the hair conditioner that's right for you
Find the best conditioner for your hair with these easy tips and tricks.

Do you know why hair conditioners are an important part of your daily routine? Or what happens if you don't use conditioner? We checked in with Lisa K. Bremner, master colorist and director of education at Toronto Barber and Beauty Services to find out how to choose a conditioner and why they're so important.

Hair care tips: How to style curly hair
Learn to work with your curls.

When she was in her teens, Laurie Mackenzie dreamed of being a straight-haired girl. She would tug and pull, slick and smooth to no avail -- her natural corkscrews just bobbed back into perky place. Today, Laurie, the copy chief for Canadian Living and Homemakers magazines, has developed a more "amicable" relationship with her hair. "I've learned that you just can't fight curly hair," she says. "The curls always win."

Grey and gorgeous
Find out how to keep your silvery locks shiny and strong.

Are you tired of covering your grey hair? Covering peek-a-boo grey locks has long hovered at the top of many a woman's must-do beauty ritual list. And with approximately a quarter of the female population showing evidence of grey hair between the ages of 24 and 35, worrying about the big cover-up can start relatively early in life. Here are our best hair care tips for covering those pesky greys.

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