Change your hair care routine every decade

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Just like the way you change your skincare routine according to the age (teens, 30s, 50s, 60s and beyond), the same should be followed with your hair as well.

Hair is said to be at its peak in the twenties. It then begins to age chronologically, which is determined by your age as well as the age of your hair (for example, the hair nearest to your scalp is younger and the longer portions and ends are older and are often weak due to external factors like excessive heating, colouring, etc.)

Teens

At this age, the hair is in full bloom, healthy, and bouncing. Girls at this age tend to use various styling products on their hair. This could further damage your hair. It is very important to choose a product that is suited to your hair type. Maintaining a good lifestyle at this age is also crucial.

20s and 30s

A hairstyle that spells fun and style should be adopted at this age. It should suit your face and lifestyle. But remember, your hair starts becoming finer, especially around the crown and hairlines, due to shrinking follicles. So include supplements rich in iron and zinc in your food.

40s and 50s

In your 40s and 50s, the hair pigments begin to decrease and cells do not renew themselves as they used to before. Therefore, you will notice your hair greying more than what it used to in your 30s or 40s. If you are planning to colour your hair, you must choose a good brand of colour that will not damage your hair but strengthen and nourish it.

60s and beyond

This is the time when your hair not only turns grey, but also begins to thin a bit. Protect your hair by moisturising and keeping it away from extreme temperatures.

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